MF59 and Pam3CSK4 boost adaptive responses to influenza subunit vaccine through an IFN type I independent mechanism of action
ABSTRACT: Analysis of whole mouse muscle and inguinal lymph node gene expression signature induced after 6h by in-vivo intramuscularly administration of MF59, alum, CpG, resiquimod (R848), Pam3CSK4 and DMSO and PBS controls. Analysis of splenocyte gene expression signature induced by the same treatments after 6h of incubation. MF59 and alum are licensed human vaccine adjuvants; CpG is a TLR9-agonist adjuvant; resiquimod (R848) is a TLR7/8-agonist adjuvant and Pam3CSK4 is a TLR2-agonist adjuvant.
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The innate immune pathways induced by adjuvants required to increase adaptive responses to influenza subunit vaccines are not well characterized. We profiled different TLR-independent (MF59 and alum) and TLR-dependent (CpG, resiquimod, and Pam3CSK4) adjuvants for the ability to increase the immunogenicity to a trivalent influenza seasonal subunit vaccine and to tetanus toxoid (TT) in mouse. Although all adjuvants boosted the Ab responses to TT, only MF59 and Pam3CSK4 were able to enhance hemaggl ...[more]
Project description:Analysis of whole mouse muscle and inguinal lymph node gene expression signature induced after 24h by in-vivo intramuscularly administration of R848, SMIP-7.7, SMIP-7.8 and 4%DMSO controls. Analysis of whole mouse muscle and inguinal lymph node gene expression signature induced after 6h by in-vivo intramuscularly administration of R848 and SMIP-7.2 in 1% DMSO, and SMIP-7.10 and SMIP-7.10+alum in Buffer.
Project description:Analysis of whole mouse muscle gene expression signature induced by in-vivo intramuscularly administration of MF59, CpG, MF59+CpG, alum and PBS. MF59 and alum are licensed human vaccine adjuvants; CpG is a TLR-agonist adjuvant.
Project description:Analysis of whole mouse muscle expression signature induced after 6 h by in-vivo intramuscular administration of MF59 or the individual components of MF59 (squalene oil, the surfactants Span 85 and Tween 80, either alone or in combination or the citrate buffer at the same concentrations/dose as within MF59) or PBS as control.
Project description:Gene expression kinetics for BM-DM from C57BL/6 mouse stimulated with four different TLR ligands poly(I:C), R848, LPS, Pam3CSK4 either singly or in paired combination, for 1 hour, 4 hour, or 8 hour. Overall design: Mouse BM-DM cells were stimulated with four different reagents poly(I:C), R848, LPS, Pam3CSK4 either singly or in paired combination, for 1 hour, 4 hour, or 8 hour.
Project description:The Canarypox/gp120/Alum vaccines decreased the risk of HIV acquisition in humans. We demonstrate here the efficacy of this vaccine regimen also in the SIVmac251 macaque model when we used the alum but not the MF59 adjuvant. Analysis of innate and adaptive cell responses, envelope antibodies Fc profiles and glycoforms demonstrated a lower inflammatory response with alum than MF59. Alum elicited mucosal V2 peptide-specific IgG associated with vaccine efficacy whereas the MF59 induced mucosal V2 peptide-specific IgG associated with increased risk of infection. Alum modulated the expression of 12 genes, 7 of which are part of the RAS pathway, that correlates with vaccine efficacy and were linked to innate responses that preserve mucosal integrity and adaptive mucosal antibody response to V2. Thus, activation of the RAS pathway, preservation of mucosal integrity and mucosal antibody to V2 in concert, reduce the risk of SIVmac251 acquisition. Fifty-four (54) rhesus macaques were randomized into two vaccination groups. One group (n=27) was primed twice with ALVAC-SIV (at week 0 and week 4) and boosted twice with ALVAC-SIV/gp120 in MF59 adjuvant (at week 12 and week 24). The second group (n=27) was primed twice with ALVAC-SIV (at week 0 and week 4) and boosted twice with ALVAC-SIV/gp120 in Alum adjuvant (at week 12 and week 24). Blood samples were taken pre-vaccination, 24 hours after the first prime (post-1st imunization at week 0) and 24 hours after the first boost (post-3rd immunization at week 12). All the samples were taken before SIV challenge. Blood samples were conserved in PAXgene tubes. RNA was extracted and hybridized to Illumina beadchips. technical replicate: P162_P382_post1st, P162_P382_post1st_rep1
Project description:Murine dendritic cells were derived from bone-marrow of 4 mice using GM-CSF. The DC were treated with RNA from gram-positive bacteria Listeria monocytogenes packaged in DOTAP or TLR7 agonist R848. Negative controls were DOTAP with no RNA or mock.
Project description:microRNA expression in human monocyte-derived DCs following stimulation with NOD2 ligand MDP, TLR2 ligand Pam3CSK4, or both. 4 condition experiment with two timepoints, and 4 biological replicates. Conditions: unstimulated; MDP stimulated; Pam3CSK4 stimulated; MDP + Pam3CSK4 stimulated. Timepoints: 4 hours and 24 hours.
Project description:Th2, Th1 and Th17 biased sensitization against ovalbumin was achieved by immunization with Complete Freunds Adjuvant as opposed to alum-promoted Th2 biased sensitization. Bronchial inflammation was elicited by ovalbumin inhalation. T-cell, granulocyte and inflammatory mediator profiles in BAL and lungs were determined along with alveolar macrophage transcriptome profiling.
Project description:Murine splenocytes were isolated from the spleens of C57BL/6J mice and were pretreated in vitro for three days in the presence of Pam3CSK4 (1 μg/ml), high pure LPS from E.coli O111:B4 (100 ng/ml) and R848 (5 μg/ml). PBS-treated splenocytes served as negative control. We used Qiagen Toll-like Receptor RT2 Profiler PCR Array kit to quantitate gene expression profiling of the TLR signaling pathway. Overall design: qPCR gene expression profiling. Splenocytes from 6 mice were used and treated separately as indicated in the summary. Equal amount of total cDNA from each mouse (reverse-transcribed from 0.5 μg RNA) was used prior to gene expression analysis.