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#29052441   2017/10/20 Save this To Up

Investigational glucagon receptor antagonists in Phase I and II clinical trials for diabetes.

Despite type 2 diabetes (T2D) being recognized as a bihormonal pancreatic disease, current therapies are mainly focusing on insulin, while targeting glucagon has been long dismissed. However, glucagon receptor (GCGr) antagonists are currently investigated in clinical trials. Area covered: Following a brief description of the rationale for antagonizing GCGr in T2D, lessons from GCGr knock-out mice and pharmacological means to antagonize GCGr, a detailed description of the main results obtained with GCGr antagonists in Phase I-II clinical trials is provided. The development of several small molecules has been discontinued, while new ones are currently considered as well as innovative approaches such as monoclonal antibodies or antisense oligonucleotides inhibiting GCGr gene expression. Their potential benefits but also limitations are discussed. Expert Opinion: The proof-of-concept that antagonizing GCGr improves glucose control in T2D has been confirmed in humans. Nevertheless, some adverse events led to stopping the development of some of these GCGr antagonists. New approaches seem to have a better benefit/risk balance, although none has progressed to Phase III clinical trials so far. Pharmacotherapy of T2D is becoming a highly competitive field so that GCGr antagonists should provide clear advantages over numerous existing glucose-lowering medications before eventually reaching clinical practice.

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#29045436   2017/10/18 Save this To Up

Development and characterization of novel chimeric monoclonal antibodies for broad spectrum neutralization of rabies virus.

Current post-exposure prophylaxis for rabies virus infection has several limitations in terms of supply, cost, safety, and efficacy. Attempts to replace human or equine rabies immune globulins (HRIG or ERIG) have been made by several companies and institutes. We developed potent monoclonal antibodies to neutralize a broad spectrum of rabies viruses by screening hybridomas received from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Two kinds of chimeric human antibodies (chimeric #7 and #17) were constructed by cloning the variable regions from selected hybridomas and the constant region of a human antibody. Two antibodies were bound to antigenic site III and I/IV, respectively, and were able to neutralize 51 field isolates of rabies virus that were isolated at different times and places such as Asia, Africa, North America, South America, and Australia. These two antibodies neutralize rabies viruses with high efficacy in an in vivo test using Syrian hamster and mouse models and show low risk for adverse immunogenicity.

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#29037956   2017/10/17 Save this To Up

A simple and cost-effective assay for measuring anti-drug antibody in human patients treated with Adalimumab.

It has been reported that 90% of the anti-drug antibody (ADA) to Adalimumab in human patients bound to the TNF-binding area, resulted in the annual loss of responses to Adalimumab up to 24%. It is of urgency to develop a cost-effective and easy-to-use ADA diagnostic kit for diagnosis of potential drug-resistance in patients treated with Adalimumab in clinic hospitals to avoid the tremendous economic and human costs to patients and health-care providers. In this study, we reported the generations of mouse monoclonal and monkey polyclonal antibodies against Adalimumab as assay standards and positive quality controls respectively. A Bridging ELISA assay was successfully developed with a limit of detection (LOD) between 22-80ng/ml. The preliminary validation of assay was carried out first with 50 normal human sera, further validated by screening the ADA in 192 serum samples from monkeys treated with or without Adalimumab. Our data showed that the Bridging ELISA kit is very sensitive, highly specific and ready for study in human clinic trials.

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#28993502   2017/10/10 Save this To Up

Cardiovascular Effects of Renal Distal Tubule Deletion of the FGF Receptor 1 Gene.

The bone-derived hormone fibroblast growth factor-23 (FGF-23) activates complexes composed of FGF receptors (FGFRs), including FGFR1, and α-Klotho in the kidney distal tubule (DT), leading to increased sodium retention and hypertension. However, the role of FGFR1 in regulating renal processes linked to hypertension is unclear. Here, we investigated the effects of selective FGFR1 loss in the DT. Conditional knockout (cKO) of FGFR1 in the DT (FGFR1(DT-cKO) mice) resulted in left ventricular hypertrophy (LVH) and decreased kidney expression of α-Klotho in association with enhanced BP, decreased expression of angiotensin converting enzyme 2, and increased expression of the Na(+)-K(+)-2Cl(-) cotransporter. Notably, recombinant FGF-23 administration similarly decreased the kidney expression of α-Klotho and induced LVH in mice. Pharmacologic activation of FGFR1 with a monoclonal anti-FGFR1 antibody (R1MAb1) normalized BP and significantly attenuated LVH in the Hyp mouse model of excess FGF-23, but did not induce a response in FGFR1(DT-cKO) mice. The hearts of FGFR1(DT-cKO) mice showed increased expression of the transient receptor potential cation channel, subfamily C, member 6 (TRPC6), consistent with cardiac effects of soluble Klotho deficiency. Moreover, administration of recombinant soluble Klotho lowered BP in the Hyp mice. Thus, FGFR1 in the DT regulates systemic hemodynamic responses opposite to those predicted by the actions of FGF-23. These cardiovascular effects appear to be mediated by paracrine FGF control of kidney FGFR1 and subsequent regulation of soluble Klotho and TRPC6. FGFR1 in the kidney may provide a new molecular target for treating hypertension.

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#28974499   2017/10/04 Save this To Up

Interleukin 22 Promotes Blood Pressure Elevation and Endothelial Dysfunction in Angiotensin II-Treated Mice.

CD4+ T helper (Th) cells, including Th1, Th2, and Th17 cells, play critical roles in angiotensin II-induced hypertension. Th22 cells, a novel subset of Th cells, take part in cardiovascular diseases by producing IL-22 (interleukin 22). This study aimed to investigate whether IL-22 is involved in hypertension.

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#28972477   2017/10/03 Save this To Up

IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF APPENDIX CELL WALL INFILTRATE IN ACUTE PHLEGMONOUS APPENDICITIS.

The purpse of the study was to analyze the content of the mucous infiltrate of cells of the lamina propria of the appendix using immunohistochemical analysis in patients with acute phlegmonous appendicitis. The research included 21 patients with acute phlegmonous appendicitis. The control group consisted of 15 persons lacking the inflammation of the intraperitoneal cavity. Primary monoclonal (MC) antibodies (AB) of the mouse used in the immunohistochemical (IHC) research included the following: Ki-67, CD3, CD4, CD8, CD20, CD45, CD45R0, and CD68 (DAKO, Denmark), as well as EnVision+ System-HRP (DAB) optical system. The research has shown that acute phlegmonous appendicitis is characterized by statistically reliable increased infiltration (p<0.001) by B-lymphocytes (CD20), memory T-cells (CD45R0), Ki-67+ cells, macrophages (CD68), T-lymphocytes (CD3), T-helper cells (CD4), cytotoxic T-lymphocytes (CD8), and CD45 cells of the lamina propria of the appendix when compared with the control group. Development of acute phlegmonous appendicitis is characterized by enhance infiltration of the lamina propria by B-lymphocytes (CD20), macrophages (CD68), memory T-cells, and high proliferation activity of the mononuclear cells (Ki-67 index).

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#28957334   2017/09/28 Save this To Up

Identification and characterization of two linear epitope motifs in hepatitis E virus ORF2 protein.

Hepatitis E virus (HEV) is responsible for hepatitis E, which represents a global public health problem. HEV genotypes 3 and 4 are reported to be zoonotic, and animals are monitored for HEV infection in the interests of public hygiene and food safety. The development of novel diagnostic methods and vaccines for HEV in humans is thus important topics of research. Opening reading frame (ORF) 2 of HEV includes both linear and conformational epitopes and is regarded as the primary candidate for vaccines and diagnostic tests. We investigated the precise location of the HEV epitopes in the ORF2 protein. We prepared four monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) against genotype 4 ORF2 protein and identified two linear epitopes, G438IVIPHD444 and Y457DNQH461, corresponding to two of these mAbs using phage display biopanning technology. Both these epitopes were speculated to be universal to genotypes 1, 2, 3, 4, and avian HEVs. We also used two 12-mer fragments of ORF2 protein including these two epitopes to develop a peptide-based enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) to detect HEV in serum. This assay demonstrated good specificity but low sensitivity compared with the commercial method, indicating that these two epitopes could serve as potential candidate targets for diagnosis. Overall, these results further our understanding of the epitope distribution of HEV ORF2, and provide important information for the development of peptide-based immunodiagnostic tests to detect HEV in serum.

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#28945244   2017/09/25 Save this To Up

Human antibodies to the dengue virus E-dimer epitope have therapeutic activity against Zika virus infection.

The Zika virus (ZIKV) epidemic has resulted in congenital abnormalities in fetuses and neonates. Although some cross-reactive dengue virus (DENV)-specific antibodies can enhance ZIKV infection in mice, those recognizing the DENV E-dimer epitope (EDE) can neutralize ZIKV infection in cell culture. We evaluated the therapeutic activity of human monoclonal antibodies to DENV EDE for their ability to control ZIKV infection in the brains, testes, placentas, and fetuses of mice. A single dose of the EDE1-B10 antibody given 3 d after ZIKV infection protected against lethality, reduced ZIKV levels in brains and testes, and preserved sperm counts. In pregnant mice, wild-type or engineered LALA variants of EDE1-B10, which cannot engage Fcg receptors, diminished ZIKV burden in maternal and fetal tissues, and protected against fetal demise. Because neutralizing antibodies to EDE have therapeutic potential against ZIKV, in addition to their established inhibitory effects against DENV, it may be possible to develop therapies that control disease caused by both viruses.

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#28937793   2017/09/22 Save this To Up

Investigating the Antiangiogenic, Anti-drug Resistance and Apoptotic Effects of Soy Isoflavone Extract Alone or in Combination with Docetaxel on Murine 4T1 Breast Tumor Model.

One major concern in the treatment of cancer patients during chemotherapy is drug resistance. Here we investigated the effects of soy isoflavone extracts alone or in combination with Docetaxel on the drug resistance, angiogenesis, apoptosis, and tumor volume in mouse 4T1 breast tumor model.

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#28931754   2017/09/21 Save this To Up

Activated signature of antiphospholipid syndrome neutrophils reveals potential therapeutic target.

Antiphospholipid antibodies, present in one-third of lupus patients, increase the risk of thrombosis. We recently reported a key role for neutrophils - neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs), in particular - in the thrombotic events that define antiphospholipid syndrome (APS). To further elucidate the role of neutrophils in APS, we performed a comprehensive transcriptome analysis of neutrophils isolated from patients with primary APS. Moreover, APS-associated venous thrombosis was modeled by treating mice with IgG prepared from APS patients, followed by partial restriction of blood flow through the inferior vena cava. In patients, APS neutrophils demonstrated a proinflammatory signature with overexpression of genes relevant to IFN signaling, cellular defense, and intercellular adhesion. For in vivo studies, we focused on P-selectin glycoprotein ligand-1 (PSGL-1), a key adhesion molecule overexpressed in APS neutrophils. The introduction of APS IgG (as compared with control IgG) markedly potentiated thrombosis in WT mice, but not PSGL-1-KOs. PSGL-1 deficiency was also associated with reduced leukocyte vessel wall adhesion and NET formation. The thrombosis phenotype was restored in PSGL-1-deficient mice by infusion of WT neutrophils, while an anti-PSGL-1 monoclonal antibody inhibited APS IgG-mediated thrombosis in WT mice. PSGL-1 represents a potential therapeutic target in APS.

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