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#10886390   2000/07/18 Save this To Up

Anti-anti-idiotypic (Ab3) antibodies that bind progesterone-11alpha-bovine serum albumin differ in their combining sites from antibodies raised directly against the antigen.

Polyclonal rabbit anti-idiotypic (Ab2) antibodies raised against the antiprogesterone mAb DB3 (Ab1) were used to induce an Ab3 antiprogesterone response in BALB/c mice. While the affinity of Ab3 sera for progesterone was 10-50-times lower than that of DB3, their steroid-binding specificity showed considerable similarity to DB3. Two immunoglobulin M (IgM) Ab3 monoclonal antibodies (mAbs), 1A4 and 3B11, were obtained, both of which bound progesterone conjugated to bovine serum albumin (progesterone-BSA). 1A4 also bound free progesterone, although with low affinity and very broad cross-reactivity. Like DB3, 1A4 is encoded by a heavy-chain variable region (VH) gene segment from the small VGAM3.8 family, a restriction that is characteristic of antibodies raised against progesterone-11alpha-BSA. In contrast, 3B11 binds progesterone-11alpha-BSA but not free progesterone and is encoded by an unrelated VH gene from the J558 family. The light chain variable region (VL) of 1A4 lacks the intradomain disulphide bridge owing to replacement of CysL23 by Tyr. Both the 1A4 and 3B11 heavy chains have extremely short complementarity determining region (CDR) H3 loops, comprising three and four amino acids, respectively. Modelling of the combining site of 1A4 from the X-ray crystallographic structure of DB3 indicates that the short H3 loop is a major factor in the loss of affinity and specificity for steroid.

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#1908822   1991/10/02 Save this To Up

Induction of anti-progesterone immunity and pregnancy blocking by anti-progesterone anti-idiotypes. Variable efficacy of polyclonal Ab2 antibodies directed against a panel of closely related Ab1 antibodies.

Polyclonal rabbit anti-idiotypes (Ab2) have been raised against three mouse monoclonal antiprogesterone Ab1 antibodies (DB3, 11/32, 11/64) closely related in VH and VL sequences. The anti-idiotypes were characterized for specificity and used to immunize groups of female mice. The latter responded with production of anti-progesterone (Ab3) antibodies, confirming the ability of anti-idiotypes to mimic the immunogenicity of a steroid. The response to one of the anti-idiotypic reagents (anti-DB3-id) was 5-10 times stronger than those to the others, despite close sequence homology between the idiotypes. Moreover, immunization with anti-DB3-id led to a reduction in fertility rate from 90% (control) to 30%, whereas immunization with the other anti-idiotypes was without effect. Sequence and structural comparisons suggest that residues associated with VH CDR3 and VL CDR3 may have a key role in determining the efficiency of anti-idiotypic immunization against progesterone. The variability in outcome of using anti-idiotypic reagents against a defined panel of related antibodies is relevant to the use of anti-idiotypes as surrogate antigens.

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#2686061   1990/01/08 Save this To Up

Immunocytochemical localization of estrogen and progesterone receptors in human thyroid.

The presence of steroid hormone receptors has previously been suggested in thyroid tissue by biochemical means. Our studies were designed to confirm these results and to localize the specific receptor-containing cell type using a novel immunocytochemical method. Monoclonal antibodies specific to estrogen receptors (ER) and progesterone receptors (PgR) were used to localize these steroid hormone receptors in the human thyroid gland. Frozen tissue sections from surgical specimens excised from 22 patients of both sexes with benign thyroid disease were studied. The sections were incubated with rat antiestrophilin and antiprogesterone receptor antibodies and were then exposed to rabbit anti-rat IgG and to rat peroxidase-antiperoxidase complex. The reaction product was visualized with diaminobenzidine tetrahydrochloride and hydrogen peroxide. Four specimens were positive for both ER and PgR, 16 were ER-positive and PgR-negative, and two were negative for both ER and PgR. Positive reactivity was limited to the follicular lining cell nuclei and varied from focal to diffuse. The immunohistochemical findings confirmed the presence of ER and PgR in the thyroid tissue and demonstrated for the first time that these receptors are present only in the nuclei of the lining cells of the thyroid follicle. The role of steroid hormone receptors in the thyroid in health and disease remains to be explained.

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#2915362   1989/03/23 Save this To Up

Cell-specific variations and hormonal regulation of immunoreactive cytochrome P-450scc in the rat ovary.

Specific rabbit antibodies to the bovine cholesterol side-chain cleavage cytochrome P-450 (P-450scc) were used to cross-react with the enzyme in the rat ovary. The luteal cells of cyclic, pregnant, and pseudopregnant rats were immunostained. P-450scc was also expressed in the interstitial cells of prepubertal and cyclic adult rats, and in the thecal cells lining the preovulatory follicles. In cyclic females, RU 486 and oestradiol increased the intensity of P-450scc immunostaining. The granulosa cells of ovarian follicles whatever their stage of development, including preovulatory follicles, were not labelled, except after ovulation. The intensity of immunostaining of thecal and interstitial cells decreased during early pregnancy or pseudopregnancy, and disappeared after Day 9, whereas these cells were intensely labelled 24 h after parturition. The immunostaining of thecal and interstitial cells was again detected in 18-day pregnant rats, treated with the antiprogesterone RU 486. It is therefore concluded that both oestradiol and progesterone are involved in P-450scc regulation.

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#3116663   1987/11/12 Save this To Up

Idiotype-anti-idiotype interactions of VHIX-coded anti-progesterone and anti-arsonate antibodies. Comparison of passive haemagglutination and radioimmunoassays.

The reactivity and specificity of polyclonal and monoclonal anti-idiotypic antibodies raised against monoclonal anti-progesterone and anti-arsonate antibodies have been studied by solid phase radioimmunoassay (RIA) with immobilized idiotype and by passive haemagglutination with idiotype-coupled red cells. The sensitivity of the two methods was comparable, though some cross-reactions were only detected by RIA. Passive haemagglutination was found to be especially suitable in screening for monoclonal anti-idiotypes in hybridoma supernatants and ascites, and had advantages over RIA in detection of syngeneic anti-idiotypes. Demonstration of binding site-associated idiotopes was possible by haemagglutination inhibition. RIA and haemagglutination were used to investigate the idiotypic relationships between BALB/c antiprogesterone and anti-arsonate monoclonal antibodies which share heavy chains encoded by VHIX variable region genes.

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#3987685   1985/06/17 Save this To Up

Mechanism of action of an antiprogesterone, RU486, in the rabbit endometrium. Effects of RU486 on the progesterone receptor and on the expression of the uteroglobin gene.

RU486 is a recently described antiprogesterone. In order to be able to understand its mechanism of action it is necessary to analyze its effect on a discrete gene product. We show here that the induction of uteroglobin mRNA by progesterone in the rabbit endometrium may be a suitable model for such studies since RU486 totally inhibits this effect without itself exerting any agonistic activity. Moreover, RU486, which does not bind to the estrogen receptor and is devoid of general antiestrogenic activity, partially inhibits the induction by estradiol of uteroglobin mRNA. Studies of the interaction between [3H]RU486 and the progesterone receptor have been undertaken with the aim of understanding the antagonistic effect of this compound. The binding to DNA-cellulose of heat-activated [3H]RU486-receptor complexes was slightly decreased (37%) when compared with that of the agonist [3H]R5020-receptor complexes (47%). Detailed analysis of this difference showed that it was due to both a decreased activation of complexes and to a diminished affinity of activated complexes towards DNA. The change in activation was shown by the fact that at high concentrations of DNA, where all activated complexes are bound, agonist-receptor complexes were bound to DNA in higher proportion than antagonist-receptor complexes. Moreover a difference was also observed when studying the binding of agonist-receptor and antagonist-receptor complexes to charged resins (phosphocellulose, DEAE-cellulose) which are known to discriminate between activated and non-activated complexes. Decreased affinity to DNA of antagonist-receptor complexes was shown by studying their binding at various concentrations of DNA, either in crude cytosol or after isolating a homogenous population of activated-receptor complexes by DNA-cellulose chromatography and by comparing the salt extraction from DNA-cellulose of agonist-receptor and antagonist-receptor complexes. Both effects (decreased activation and diminished affinity towards DNA) were relatively moderate and could account only for a small decrease in the agonistic activity of RU486. Thus, the fact that this compound is a complete antagonist without any agonistic activity can only be explained by a defect in some further step of hormone action as, for instance in the specific interaction with the regulatory regions of the uteroglobin gene. No immunological difference could be detected between [3H]R5020-receptor and [3H]RU486-receptor complexes, both interacted with the five monoclonal antibodies raised against purified R5020-receptor complexes.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 400 WORDS)

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#108046   1979/07/16 Save this To Up

Immunogenecity of hapten-protein conjugates in rabbits and monkeys preimmunized against the carrier protein.

The effect of preimmunization with carrier protein on the subsequent response to immunization with hapten-protein conjugate was investigated. Rabbits immunized against bovine serum albumin (BSA) showed a delay in the production of anti-progesterone antibodies upon immunization with progesterone-11-BSA. After a booster injection with P-11-BSA, however, they achieved antiprogesterone levels comparable to those in animals immunized with P-11-BSA only. Similarly, rhesus monkeys preimmunized with tetanus toxoid (TT) showed a delay in the development of anti-hCG titers when immunized with beta-hCG-TT. Here again, after booster immunizations they achieved anti-hCG levels comparable to those of the control animals.

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#307289   1978/08/28 Save this To Up

A double-antibody radioimmunoassay for serum progesterone using progesterone-3-(O-carboxymethyl) oximino-[125I]-iodo-histamine as radioligand.

A reliable, convenient and economical radioimmunoassay (RIA) for serum progesterone has been established and tested. This procedure employs diethyl ether extraction followed by RIA utilizing rabbit anti-11 alpha-hydroxyprogesterone 11-hemisuccinyl-bovine serum albumin (progesterone-11 alpha-BSA) serum, progresterone-3-(O-carboxymethyl) oximino-[125I]-iodohistamine (progesterone-3-[125I]) as radioligand and goat anti-rabbit gamma globulin as second antibody. In conjunction with antiprogesterone-11 alpha-BSA serum, the overall assay specificity of the progesterone-3-[125I] RIA is similar to that of the [3H]-progesterone method using dextran-coated charcoal. The results of serum progesterone measurements during the menstrual cycle obtained by the progesterone-3-[125I] RIA appear comparable to those of [3H]-progesterone assays which employ similar anti-progesterone-11 alpha-BSA sera. The progesterone-3-[125I] double-antibody RIA, however, is more convenient and less expensive than the [3H]-progesterone RIA method.

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#1171979   1975/11/22 Save this To Up

The penetrability of rabbit ova treated with enzymes or anti-progesterone antibody: a probe into the nature of a mammalian fertilizin.

The acrosome reaction of rabbit spermatozoa, an essential prerequiste for penetration of the zona, occurs usually in the vicinity of the egg, suggesting that the rabbit may produce a factor akin to the 'fertilizin' of some invertebrates. Specific inactivation of such a factor should render eggs impenetrable and possibly point to the nature of a 'fertilizin' in mammals. Rabbit eggs with granulosa cells removed were treated for different periods with trypsin, chymotrypsin, neuraminidase or anti-progesterone antiserum, and then transferred alone, or together with control eggs (one group labelled with fluorescein isothiocyanate), to the oviducts of inseminated recipients. Three hours later the eggs were recovered and the experimental and control groups were compared for penetration of the vitellus and for numbers of spermatozoa within the perivitelline space or in the zona pellucida. None of these treatments affected the penetrability of the zona pellucida significantly since the number of spermatozoa within treated eggs in any one experiment was always comparable to that of untreated eggs exposed to the same fertilization environment. If there is a specific substance emanating from or present on the surface of the rabbit egg which induces the acrosome reaction, its activity seems unaffected by trypsin or chymotrypsin; the charged radicals of N-acetyl neuraminic acid or local concentrations of progesterone do not appear to be involved.

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