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#35687771 2022/06/10 To Up
Regulatory T cells, damage-associated molecular patterns, and myeloid-derived suppressor cells in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid interlinked with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease severity: An observational study.The role of regulatory T cells (Tregs), damage-associated molecular patterns (DAMPs), and myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSCs) in the mechanism of innate and adaptive immune responses in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is not well understood.Evaluating the presence of Tregs in the bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF) and peripheral blood in patients with COPD, and assessment of the relationship between Tregs, MDSCs, and DAMPs as factors activating innate and adaptive immune responses. Description of the association between immune and clinical parameters in COPD.Thirty-one patients with COPD were enrolled. Clinical parameters (forced expiratory volume in one second [FEV1], forced vital capacity, total lung capacity [TLC], diffusion capacity of carbon monoxide, and B-BMI, O-obstruction, D-dyspnea, E-exercise [BODE]) were assessed. Tregs and MDSCs were investigated in the BALF and blood using monoclonal antibodies directly conjugated with fluorochromes in flow cytometry. The levels of defensin (DEF2), galectin-1 (Gal-1), galectin-3 (Gal-3), galectin-9 (Gal-9), heat shock protein-27 (HSP27), and surfactant protein A were assessed via sandwich enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay.The percentage of Tregs was significantly higher in the blood than in the BALF, in contrast to the mean fluorescence intensity of forkhead box P3 (FoxP3). Significant associations were observed between Tregs and HSP27 (râ=â0.39), Gal-1 (râ=â0.55), Gal-9 (râ=â-0.46), and MDSCs (râ=â-0.50), and between FoxP3 and Gal-1 (râ=â-0.42), Gal-3 (râ=â-0.39), and MDSCs (râ=â-0.43). Tregs and clinical parameters, including FEV1%pred (râ=â0.39), residual volume (RV)%pred (râ=â-0.56), TLC%pred (râ=â-0.55), RV/TLC (râ=â-0.50), arterial oxygen saturation (râ=â-0.38), and arterial oxygen pressure (râ=â-0.39) were significantly correlated. FoxP3 was significantly interlinked with RV/TLC (râ=â-0.52), arterial oxygen pressure (râ=â0.42), and BODE index (râ=â-0.57).The interaction between innate and adaptive immune responses in patients with COPD was confirmed. The expression of Tregs in BALF may have prognostic value in patients with COPD. The conversion of immune responses to clinical parameters appears to be associated with disease severity.
Beata Brajer-Luftmann, Mariusz Kaczmarek, Agata Nowicka, Marta Stelmach-Mardas, Magdalena Wyrzykiewicz, Senan Yasar, Tomasz Piorunek, Jan Sikora, Halina Batura-Gabryel
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#35563556 2022/05/05 To Up
Revealing the Immune Heterogeneity between Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and Rheumatoid Arthritis Based on Multi-Omics Data Analysis.The pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are greatly influenced by different immune cells. Nowadays both T-cell receptor (TCR) and B-cell receptor (BCR) sequencing technology have emerged with the maturity of NGS technology. However, both SLE and RA peripheral blood TCR or BCR repertoire sequencing remains lacking because repertoire sequencing is an expensive assay and consumes valuable tissue samples. This study used computational methods TRUST4 to construct TCR repertoire and BCR repertoire from bulk RNA-seq data of both SLE and RA patients' peripheral blood and analyzed the clonality and diversity of the immune repertoire between the two diseases. Although the functions of immune cells have been studied, the mechanism is still complicated. Differentially expressed genes in each immune cell type and cell-cell interactions between immune cell clusters have not been covered. In this work, we clustered eight immune cell subsets from original scRNA-seq data and disentangled the characteristic alterations of cell subset proportion under both SLE and RA conditions. The cell-cell communication analysis tool CellChat was also utilized to analyze the influence of MIF family and GALECTIN family cytokines, which were reported to regulate SLE and RA, respectively. Our findings correspond to previous findings that MIF increases in the serum of SLE patients. This work proved that the presence of LGALS9, PTPRC and CD44 in platelets could serve as a clinical indicator of rheumatoid arthritis. Our findings comprehensively illustrate dynamic alterations in immune cells during pathogenesis of SLE and RA. This work identified specific V genes and J genes in TCR and BCR that could be used to expand our understanding of SLE and RA. These findings provide a new insight inti the diagnosis and treatment of the two autoimmune diseases.
Yuntian Zhang, Tzong-Yi Lee
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#35283189 2022/03/11 To Up
Development and characterization of anti-galectin-9 antibodies that protect T cells from galectin-9-induced cell death.Antibodies that target immune checkpoint proteins such as programmed cell death protein 1, programmed death ligand 1, and cytotoxic T-lymphocyte-associated antigen 4 in human cancers have achieved impressive clinical success; however, a significant proportion of patients fail to respond to these treatments. Galectin-9 (Gal-9), a Î²-galactoside-binding protein, has been shown to induce T-cell death and facilitate immunosuppression in the tumor microenvironment by binding to immunomodulatory receptors such as T-cell immunoglobulin and mucin domain-containing molecule 3 and the innate immune receptor dectin-1, suggesting that it may have potential as a target for cancer immunotherapy. Here, we report the development of two novel Gal-9-neutralizing antibodies that specifically react with the N-carbohydrate-recognition domain of human Gal-9 with high affinity. We also show using cell-based functional assays that these antibodies efficiently protected human T cells from Gal-9-induced cell death. Notably, in a T-cell/tumor cell coculture assay of cytotoxicity, these antibodies significantly promoted T cell-mediated killing of tumor cells. Taken together, our findings demonstrate potent inhibition of human Gal-9 by neutralizing antibodies, which may open new avenues for cancer immunotherapy.
Riyao Yang, Linlin Sun, Ching-Fei Li, Yu-Han Wang, Weiya Xia, Boning Liu, Yu-Yi Chu, Laura Bover, Long Vien, Mien-Chie Hung
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#35241678 2022/03/03 To Up
Obesity-induced galectin-9 is a therapeutic target in B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia.The incidence of obesity is rising with greater than 40% of the world's population expected to be overweight or suffering from obesity by 2030. This is alarming because obesity increases mortality rates in patients with various cancer subtypes including leukemia. The survival differences between lean patients and patients with obesity are largely attributed to altered drug pharmacokinetics in patients receiving chemotherapy; whereas, the direct impact of an adipocyte-enriched microenvironment on cancer cells is rarely considered. Here we show that the adipocyte secretome upregulates the surface expression of Galectin-9 (GAL-9) on human B-acute lymphoblastic leukemia cells (B-ALL) which promotes chemoresistance. Antibody-mediated targeting of GAL-9 on B-ALL cells induces DNA damage, alters cell cycle progression, and promotes apoptosis in vitro and significantly extends the survival of obese but not lean mice with aggressive B-ALL. Our studies reveal that adipocyte-mediated upregulation of GAL-9 on B-ALL cells can be targeted with antibody-based therapies to overcome obesity-induced chemoresistance.
Miyoung Lee, Jamie A G Hamilton, Ganesh R Talekar, Anthony J Ross, Langston Michael, Manali Rupji, Bhakti Dwivedi, Sunil S Raikar, Jeremy Boss, Christopher D Scharer, Douglas K Graham, Deborah DeRyckere, Christopher C Porter, Curtis J Henry
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#35145510 2022/01/25 To Up
Coexpression of HHLA2 and PD-L1 on Tumor Cells Independently Predicts the Survival of Spinal Chordoma Patients.Immunotherapy only achieves efficacy in some cancer patients, and less is known about other immune checkpoint molecules in chordoma. Here, we aimed to determine the expression of PD-L1, HHLA2, B7H3, IDO-1 and Galectin-9 in spinal chordoma and evaluated their association with tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs), clinicopathological characteristics and survival of patients.
Chao Xia, Wei Huang, Yun-Liang Chen, Hai-Bin Fu, Ming Tang, Tao-Lan Zhang, Jing Li, Guo-Hua Lv, Yi-Guo Yan, Zhi-Hua Ouyang, Nvzhao Yao, Cheng Wang, Ming-Xiang Zou
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#35052746 2021/12/29 To Up
Galectin-9 Triggers Neutrophil-Mediated Anticancer Immunity.In earlier studies, galectin-9 (Gal-9) was identified as a multifaceted player in both adaptive and innate immunity. Further, Gal-9 had direct cytotoxic and tumor-selective activity towards cancer cell lines of various origins. In the current study, we identified that treatment with Gal-9 triggered pronounced membrane alterations in cancer cells. Specifically, phosphatidyl serine (PS) was rapidly externalized, and the anti-phagocytic regulator, CD47, was downregulated within minutes. In line with this, treatment of mixed neutrophil/tumor cell cultures with Gal-9 triggered trogocytosis and augmented antibody-dependent cellular phagocytosis of cancer cells. Interestingly, this pro-trogocytic effect was also due to the Gal-9-mediated activation of neutrophils with upregulation of adhesion markers and mobilization of gelatinase, secretory, and specific granules. These activation events were accompanied by a decrease in cancer cell adhesion in mixed cultures of leukocytes and cancer cells. Further, prominent cytotoxicity was detected when leukocytes were mixed with pre-adhered cancer cells, which was abrogated when neutrophils were depleted. Taken together, Gal-9 treatment potently activated neutrophil-mediated anticancer immunity, resulting in the elimination of epithelial cancer cells.
Natasha Ustyanovska Avtenyuk, Ghizlane Choukrani, Emanuele Ammatuna, Toshiro Niki, Ewa Cendrowicz, Harm Jan Lourens, Gerwin Huls, Valerie R Wiersma, Edwin Bremer100ug2.5 mg96tests10ug 1 G1 100 G1 g5 mg100ug Lyophilized50 mg96well
#35025017 2022/01/13 To Up
Establishment of Galectin-3 Time-resolved Fluoroimmunoassay and its Application in Idiopathic Membranous Nephropathy.The aim of this study was to establish a time-resolved fluorescent immunoassay (TRFIA) for the detection of serum Galectin-3 (Gal-3) and apply this method to evaluate the clinical significance of serum Gal-3 in predicting Idiopathic Membranous Nephropathy (IMN) progression.Â The Gal-3-TRFIA was established using the double antibody sandwich method, with the capture antibodies coated on a 96-well microplate and the detection antibodies chelated with Europium (III) (Eu). Serum Gal-3 was detected in 81 patients with IMN and 123 healthy controls to further evaluate the value of the Gal-3 in staging of IMN.Â The sensitivity of the Gal-3-TRFIA assay was 0.85Â ng/mL, and the detection range was 0.85-1000Â ng/mL. The Gal-3 intra-batch and inter-batch coefficients of variation were 3.45% and 5.12%, respectively. The correlation coefficient (R) between the Gal-3-TRFIA assay and commercially available enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay kits was 0.83. The serum Gal-3 concentration was higher in patients with IMN (65.57âÂ±â55.90Â ng/mL) compared to healthy controls (16.29âÂ±â9.91Â ng/mL, Pâ<â0.0001).Â In this study, a wide detection range Gal-3-TRFIA assay was developed using lanthanide (Eu) chelates for the detection of Gal-3 concentrations in serum. Gal-3 concentration is elevated in patients with IMN.
Xiaomei Yu, Lingli Chen, Bo Lin, Li Zhang, Xue Yang, Xiaobin Liu, Pengguo Xia, Yueming Liu, Shaoxiong Zheng, Xiumei Zhou, Yigang Wang, Yuan Qin, Liang Wang, Zhigang Hu, Qiang He, Biao Huang
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#34944985 2021/12/18 To Up
Modulation of the Gal-9/TIM-3 Immune Checkpoint with Î±-Lactose. Does Anomery of Lactose Matter?The disaccharide lactose is an excipient commonly used in pharmaceutical products. The two anomers, Î±- and Î²-lactose (Î±-L/Î²-L), differ by the orientation of the C-1 hydroxyl group on the glucose unit. In aqueous solution, a mutarotation process leads to an equilibrium of about 40% Î±-L and 60% Î²-L at room temperature. Beyond a pharmaceutical excipient in solid products, Î±-L has immuno-modulatory effects and functions as a major regulator of TIM-3/Gal-9 immune checkpoint, through direct binding to the Î²-galactoside-binding lectin galectin-9. The blockade of the co-inhibitory checkpoint TIM-3 expressed on T cells with anti-TIM-3 antibodies represents a promising approach to combat different onco-hematological diseases, in particular myelodysplastic syndromes and acute myeloid leukemia. In parallel, the discovery and development of anti-TIM-3 small molecule ligands is emerging, including peptides, RNA aptamers and a few specifically designed heterocyclic molecules. An alternative option consists of targeting the different ligands of TIM-3, notably Gal-9 recognized by Î±-lactose. Modulation of the TIM-3/Gal-9 checkpoint can be achieved with both Î±- and Î²-lactose. Moreover, lactose is a quasi-pan-galectin ligand, capable of modulating the functions of most of the 16 galectin molecules. The present review provides a complete analysis of the pharmaceutical and galectin-related biological functions of (Î±/Î²)-lactose. A focus is made on the capacity of lactose and Gal-9 to modulate both the TIM-3/Gal-9 and PD-1/PD-L1 immune checkpoints in oncology. Modulation of the TIM-3/Gal-9 checkpoint is a promising approach for the treatment of cancers and the role of lactose in this context is discussed. The review highlights the immuno-regulatory functions of lactose, and the benefit of the molecule well beyond its use as a pharmaceutical excipient.
Christian Bailly, Xavier Thuru, Bruno Quesnel
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#34943606 2021/12/16 To Up
Expression of Immune Checkpoints in Malignant Tumors: Therapy Targets and Biomarkers for the Gastric Cancer Prognosis.To increase the effectiveness of anticancer therapy based on immune checkpoint (IC) inhibition, some ICs are being investigated in addition to those used in clinic. We reviewed data on the relationship between PD-L1, B7-H3, B7-H4, IDO1, Galectin-3 and -9, CEACAM1, CD155, Siglec-15 and ADAM17 expression with cancer development in complex with the results of clinical trials on their inhibition. Increased expression of the most studied ICs-PD-L1, B7-H3, and B7-H4-is associated with poor survival; their inhibition is clinically significant. Expression of IDO1, CD155, and ADAM17 is also associated with poor survival, including gastric cancer (GC). The available data indicate that CD155 and ADAM17 are promising targets for immune therapy. However, the clinical trials of anti-IDO1 antibodies have been unsatisfactory. Expression of Galectin-3 and -9, CEACAM1 and Siglec-15 demonstrates a contradictory relationship with patient survival. The lack of satisfactory results of these IC inhibitor clinical trials additionally indicates the complex nature of their functioning. In conclusion, in many cases it is important to analyze the expression of other participants of the immune response besides target IC. The PD-L1, B7-H3, B7-H4, IDO1 and ADAM17 may be considered as candidates for prognosis markers for GC patient survival.
Danzan Mansorunov, Natalya Apanovich, Pavel Apanovich, Fatimat Kipkeeva, Tatyana Muzaffarova, Anna Kuzevanova, Maxim Nikulin, Olga Malikhova, Alexander Karpukhin
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Galectin-9 mediates neutrophil capture and adhesion in a CD44 and Î²2 integrin-dependent manner.Neutrophil trafficking is a key component of the inflammatory response. Here, we have investigated the role of the immunomodulatory lectin Galectin-9 (Gal-9) on neutrophil recruitment. Our data indicate that Gal-9 is upregulated in the inflamed vasculature of RA synovial biopsies and report the release of Gal-9 into the extracellular environment following endothelial cell activation. siRNA knockdown of endothelial Gal-9 resulted in reduced neutrophil adhesion and neutrophil recruitment was significantly reduced in Gal-9Â knockout mice in a model of zymosan-induced peritonitis. We also provide evidence for Gal-9 binding sites on human neutrophils; Gal-9 binding induced neutrophil activation (increased expression of Î²2 integrins and reduced expression of CD62L). Intra-vital microscopy confirmed a pro-recruitment role for Gal-9, with increased numbers of transmigrated neutrophils following Gal-9 administration. We studied the role of both soluble and immobilized Gal-9 on human neutrophil recruitment. Soluble Gal-9Â significantly strengthened the interaction between neutrophils and the endothelium and inhibited neutrophil crawling on ICAM-1. When immobilized, Gal-9 functioned as an adhesion molecule and captured neutrophils from the flow. Neutrophils adherent to Gal-9 exhibited a spread/activated phenotype that was inhibited by CD18 and CD44 neutralizing antibodies, suggesting a role for these molecules in the pro-adhesive effects of Gal-9. Our data indicate that Gal-9 is expressed and released by the activated endothelium and functions both in soluble form and when immobilized as a neutrophil adhesion molecule. This study paves the way for further investigation of the role of Gal-9 in leukocyte recruitment in different inflammatory settings.
Asif J Iqbal, Franziska Krautter, Isobel A Blacksell, Rachael D Wright, Shani N Austin-Williams, Mathieu-Benoit Voisin, Mohammed T Hussain, Hannah L Law, Toshiro Niki, Mitsuomi Hirashima, Michele Bombardieri, Costantino Pitzalis, Alok Tiwari, Gerard B Nash, Lucy V Norling, Dianne Cooper
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