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Patterning irradiation for contact co-culture of different type cells using heavy-ion microbeam

Ikeda, Hiroko; Yokota, Yuichiro; Funayama, Tomoo; Kanai, Tatsuaki*; Nakano, Takashi*; Kobayashi, Yasuhiko

There have been some reports on bystander effects induced by proton microbeam in contact co-cultured different type cells, but there are few reports using heavy-ion microbeam. So, we have established a new contact co-culture system between human lung normal fibroblast cell line WI-38 and human lung cancer cell line H1299/wt${it p53}$ in the same dish. We have also adapted patterning irradiation systems which automatically irradiated to cancer cells (or normal cells) in a certain range by making use of the target cell irradiation technique at JAEA-Takasaki. Thereby, we were able to successively irradiate to 250 sites of confluent cancer area (lengthwise: 5 mm) so as not to overlap the irradiated range, using carbon-ion microbeam collimated by aperture of $$Phi$$20 $$mu$$m. Now, we are analyzing DNA damage and repair of patterning irradiation samples by evaluating focus numbers of immunostained 53BP1 and $$gamma$$-H2AX. The details of the method and findings will be reported in the talk.



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