Cells Cancerous Human Against Effects: Gene Igkappa Star Sea T
It was shown 32 years ago that the sea star axial organ cells (AO cells) produced a spontaneous cytotoxicity against mouse cancerous cells. Recently, we discovered a sea star Igkappa gene with immune properties. This gene was inserted in a CMV (cytomegalovirus) and finally in a plasmid called « young » plasmid. The induced « young » protein exerted a spontaneous cytotoxicity against osteosarcom cells (U2oS cells).
Keywords: Human cancerous cells; Sea star; Igkappa gene
In 1983, Luquet and Leclerc  shown that the axial organ cells (AO cells), exerted a spontaneous and induced cytotoxicity against mouse SP2 myeloma cells and MBL2 cells. The AO cells included essentially lymphocytes and phagocytes  30 years later, we discovered a sea star Igkappa gene , with immune properties 
The aim of the present work was to study the behaviour of the « young » protein secreted by the sea star Igkappa gene, in front of human malignant and healthy cells, by the use of plasmids.
Following steps as plasmid realization in correlation with the promoter, plasmid amplifications, transfections  were performed in the laboratory of DR S. Ruchaud° (CNRS, FRANCE), U2oS human cells were used. They were transfected by plasmids, after electroporation at time t=0. At t=14 h: reactions were blocked to be estimated in western blots, as already described  Cell suspensions were put on slides. Observations were realized with an optical microscope.
Cloning in N-terminal pCMV-Tag3B (c-mic tag)/ BamH1-EcoR1
GGA TCC GGA GGA ATG CGTGGCAACATGGCGTCTCTATGGATGTTCTTCTT TGTCGTGGGGATAACTTTACAACGGAGTTTGGCGATTTACACGTTTCGCG AGCAACCGTCGGACACTAGCGCGTTGCAGGGGAGCACAGTGGTGCTTCAC TGCTCCGTTGAGCAGTACATAAACACCACGGCCATCGTTTGGTGGAGCCG TGACTCGGTCATCAGCCACAACAAAGACCTGAAACTGTCCAGTCTAAACA CCGACCAGCTCCAAAGGTACTCGATTTCAGGCGACGCATCTCGGGGGGAA TTCAACCTTAAAATAGTGAACTTTACCGCCACAGACGCCGCCAGTTACCG CTGTCAGATG TAA GAA TTC
The protein « young » also named: invertebrate primitive antibody seem to exert a spontaneous cytotoxicity 14 hours after transfection against osteosarcom cells (U2oS cells) as seen in microscopy. Western blots do not confirm, in the present time, the protein expression, for unknown reasons.
These results have proven to be of particular importance and could open the way to immunotherapy. It is a preliminary work and we attempt, now°° to test new lineages of human malignant cells and healthy cells. It would be spectacular if we could spread this property to all the human cancer cells, as it was shown for mouse malignant cells  with AO cells.