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Siplizumab selectively depletes effector memory T cells and promotes a relative expansion of alloreactive regulatory T cells in vitro.

Podestà, Manuel A; Binder, Christian; Sellberg, Felix; DeWolf, Susan; Shonts, Brittany; Ho, Siu-Hong; Obradovic, Aleksandar; Waffarn, Elizabeth; Danzl, Nichole; Berglund, David; Sykes, Megan.
Am J Transplant; 20(1): 88-100, 2020 Jan.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31319439
Siplizumab, a humanized anti-CD2 monoclonal antibody, has been used in conditioning regimens for hematopoietic cell transplantation and tolerance induction with combined kidney-bone marrow transplantation. Siplizumab-based tolerance induction regimens deplete T cells globally while enriching regulatory T cells (Tregs) early posttransplantation. Siplizumab inhibits allogeneic mixed-lymphocyte reactions (MLRs) in vitro. We compared the impact of siplizumab on Tregs versus other T cell subsets in HLA-mismatched allogeneic MLRs using PBMCs. Siplizumab predominantly reduced the percentage of CD4+ and CD8+ effector memory T cells, which express higher CD2 levels than naïve T cells or resting Tregs. Conversely, siplizumab enriched proliferating CD45RA- FoxP3HI cells in MLRs. FoxP3 expression was stable over time in siplizumab-containing cultures, consistent with enrichment for bona fide Tregs. Consistently, high-throughput TCRß CDR3 sequencing of sorted unstimulated and proliferating T cells in MLRs revealed selective expansion of donor-reactive Tregs along with depletion of donor-reactive CD4+ effector/memory T cells in siplizumab-containing MLRs. These results indicate that siplizumab may have immunomodulatory functions that may contribute to its success in tolerance-inducing regimens. Our studies also confirm that naïve in addition to effector/memory T cells contribute to the allogeneic MLR and mandate further investigation of the impact of siplizumab on alloreactive naïve T cells.
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