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Student Number 963204052
Author Siou-Ting Yang(楊琇婷)
Author's Email Address 963204052@cc.ncu.edu.tw
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Department Chemical and Materials Engineering
Year 2008
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language English
Title Separation and ex vivo expansion of hematopoietic stem cells from human blood by membrane filtration method and magnetic associated sorting method
Date of Defense 2009-06-25
Page Count 113
Keyword
  • ex vivo expansion
  • hematopoietic stem cells
  • stem cell purification
  • Abstract Stem cell separation through membrane filtration method is simple and inexpensive, and sterility is easy to maintain during the process. The recovery ratio of HSCs from umbilical cord blood (UCB) was found to be 7-20% depending on the recovery solution. A high recovery ratio of HSCs was obtained when 20 wt% of dextran was used as the recovery solution. Direct ex vivo expansion of hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) from UCB by membrane filtration method has been developed in this study. This study also reports the expansion ratio and ability of colony-forming units of HSCs from UCB purified by conventional Ficoll-Paque and MACS medthod, batch type method of direct ex vivo expansion through membranes and bioreactor of perfusion method of direct ex vivo expansion through membranes, and compared these results. Ex vivo expansion of HSCs compared to initial number of HSCs in UCB was found to be 6.6 folds when was used as a rinsing solution in batch type of direct ex vivo expansion of HSCs through the PU-COOH membranes. Ex vivo expansion of HSCs in 3D culture was found to be worse than that in 2D culture using HSCs purified by Ficoll-Paque and MACS method. This is because pluripotent HSCs adhered on PU membranes tightly, and HSCs in PU membranes of 3D culture could not be detached even after pipetting with washing solution. However, ex vivo expansion of HSCs in bioreactor of perfusion method was found to be similar ex vivo expansion fold compared to that in 2D culture using HSCs purified by conventional Ficoll-Paque and MACS method, which needs longer working time (e.g., 5 hours). The bioassay of HSCs by colony-forming units where HSCs were cultured after purification of HSCs from UCB by conventional Ficoll-Paque and MACS method and by our direct ex vivo expansion method was also investigated. Perfusion type of direct ex vivo expansion method of HSCs from UCB through membranes can provide high ex vivo expansion fold with simple procedure and short working time for HSC purification before HSC culture.
    Table of Content 中文摘要I
    ABSTRACTII
    誌謝III
    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTIV
    INDEX of CONTENTSV
    INDEX of FIGURESVIII
    INDEX of TABLESXII
    CHAPTER ONE : INTRODUCTION1
    1-1 Hematopoietic Stem Cell1
    1-1-1 Types of HSCs1
    1-1-2 Molecular and cellular mechanisms of hematopoiesis2
    1-2 Purification of Hematopoietic Stem Cell5
    1-2-1 Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting (FACS)5
    1-2-2 Magnetic-Activated Cell Sorting (MACS)8
    1-2-3 Membrane Purification10
    1-3 Ex Vivo Expansion of HSCs10
    1-3-1 Culture Medium Effect of Ex Vivo Expansion12
    1-3-2 Culture Material Effect of Ex Vivo Expansion13
    1-3-2-1 Conventional synthetic and natural polymeric materials15
    1-3-2-2 Materials manufactured with nanotechnology and having nanosegments19
    1-3-2-3 Polymeric materials modified with immobilized proteins and oligopeptides23
    1-3-2-4 Polymeric materials modified with immobilized glycosaminoglycans29
    1-3-2-5 Materials for 3D culture31
    1-3-3 Bioreactor for HSCs34
    1-3-3-1 Bioreactor design and operation34
    1-3-3-2 Perfusion chambers34
    1-3-3-3 Stirred reactors35
    1-3-3-4 Packed and fluidized bed reactors35
    1-3-3-5 Other reactor types36
    1-4 HSCs Analysis36
    1-4-1 Flow Cytometry Analysis36
    1-4-1-1 The Use of the CD34 Surface Marker to Characterize Primitive Cells37
    1-4-1-2 Flow Cytometry Protocols For the Enumeration of CD34+ cells38
    1-4-2 Colony Forming Cell (CFC) Assay40
    CHAPTER TWO : EXPERIMENT AND METHOD42
    2-1 Materials42
    2-1-1 Preparation of surface-modified PU foaming membranes and surface-modified polystyrene dishes43
    2-1-2 Platelet Poor Plasma (Plasma A)46
    2-1-3 Buffer solution46
    2-2 HSCs Purification47
    2-2-1 Membrane Purification47
    2-2-2 Magnetic Cell Sorting (MACS)49
    2-2-2-1 Preparation of cord blood cells49
    2-2-2-2 Magnetic labeling and magnetic separation of CD34+ cells49
    2-3 HSCs Ex Vivo Expansion52
    2-3-1 Direct Ex Vivo Expansion52
    2-3-1-1 Recovery Solution Direct Ex Vivo Expansion52
    2-3-1-2 Direct Ex Vivo Expansion on Membranes52
    2-3-2 Ex Vivo Expansion of HSCs after MACS Purification53
    2-3-3 Perfusion Cultivation of HSCs53
    2-4 HSCs Analysis56
    2-4-1 Flow Cytometry Analysis56
    2-4-2 Colony Forming Cell (CFC) Assay56
    CHAPTER THREE : RESULTS & DISCUSSION58
    3-1 HSCs Purification by Membrane Purification Method58
    3-1-1 Peripheral Blood Permeation through 5 μm PU-COOH Membranes Using Different Recovery Solutions58
    3-1-1-1 Permeation of the peripheral blood cells58
    3-1-1-2 Recovery of the peripheral blood cells by different recovery solutions58
    3-1-2 Permeation of UCB through PU-COOH Membranes Having Different Pore Size Using Several Recovery Solutions61
    3-1-2-1 Permeation of UCB cells through membranes having different pore size61
    3-1-2-2 Effect of recovery solution on recovery ratio of UCB cells through membranes having different pore size62
    3-2 Ex Vivo Expansion of HSCs69
    3-2-1 Direct Ex Vivo Expansion of HSCs from UCB69
    3-2-2 Ex Vivo Expansion of Cells after HSC Purification by Ficoll-Paque and MACS Methods from UCB75
    3-2-3 CFU assay of Ex Vivo Expanded HSCs after HSC Purification by Ficoll-Paque and MACS Methods from UCB83
    3-2-4 Bioreactor for HSCs92
    CHAPTER FOUR : CONCLUSION95
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    Date of Submission 2009-07-10

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