The fact that immunization with femtomole quantities of antigenic peptides chaperoned by HSPs is effective in eliciting such potent T cell responses is noteworthy By way of comparison, tens to hundreds of micrograms or tens of nanomoles of peptides in a conventional microbial adjuvant are typically used to immunize and elicit a similar response 47 , Further investigation was required to analyze how immunization with femtomoles of peptides is effective.
There is a general biological principle that extraordinary efficiencies are always achieved through specific receptors. PC, followed by the processing of peptides and their presentation by MHC molecules The subsequent investigations demonstrated this hypothesis and the answer to this conundrum was identified as CD Once HSP.
PC is taken up through CD91, it may enter one or more of several trafficking and processing pathways, which are likely to lead to the stimulation of various T cell responses. PC with CD91 leads to the internalization of complexes into a non-acidic endosomal compartment and then the complex or the peptide alone is transferred to the cytosol 51 — 53 by an unknown mechanism. Next, the peptides are processed by the proteasomes and are transported into the ER by the transporters associated with antigen processing TAP The peptides are then loaded onto MHC class I molecules.
The occupied MHC molecules then pass through the secretory pathway to the cell surface where they interact with the receptors of CD8 T cells. Thus, HSP. CD91 is the main receptor involved in this HSP-based immune response, however, there may be other specific receptors involved, which are currently being investigated It is generally accepted that HSPs, functioning as chaperones for tumor antigens, elicit tumor-specific adaptive immune responses.
HSPs also appear to induce innate immune responses in an antigen-independent fashion.
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Innate responses generated by HSPs may contribute to antitumor immunity. Binder et al 60 previously confirmed that the immunization of mice with the HSP, gp96, but not the control proteins, leads to a 5—7 fold enlargement of the draining lymph nodes. The previously described immune responses associated with innate immune responses induced by HSPs have independent peptides and play a role in antitumor responses. Previous studies by Udono and Srivastava and Ciupitu et al confirmed that prophylactic vaccination with HSPs isolated from normal tissues cause complete tumor rejection in a small proportion of animals, in this case, tumor-specific T cells were not expected to be primed 37 , Baker-LePain et al demonstrated that the rate of tumor growth was slowed without causing complete tumor rejection by HSPs secreted from various irradiated tumor cells and fibroblast lines, in an antigen-non-specific manner In therapeutic settings, tumor-unrelated HSP preparations have been observed to reduce the metastatic burden and prolong the survival rate of mice, albeit in a significantly smaller percentage of mice compared with those treated with tumor-derived HSP preparations Collectively, while the innate immune response elicited by HSPs contributes to tumor immunity, the adaptive immune responses elicited by HSP-chaperoned tumor-specific peptides are more important in the antitumor immunity.
The two largest randomized, open-label, multicenter phase III clinical trials reported in further confirmed that HSP-based vaccines are safe, effective and clinically feasible, which inspires further research. Firstly, the immunogenicity is not strong enough, since the efficacy was usually observed in early-stage disease or with high-dose vaccination, which is consistent with the results obtained in mice. Therefore, the enhancement of the clinical effect is urgently required. To enhance the immunogenicity, specific new methods to prepare the vaccine have been developed, and improved antitumor immune responses have been observed 65 , This new vaccine may present an improved treatment against malignant cancer 67 , Tumor-derived HSP-based vaccines have shown great prospect in tumor immune therapy.
Various animal studies and clinical trials have demonstrated the efficacy, safety and feasibility of this vaccine. It is now clear that the immunogenicity entity was HSP-peptide complexes derived from tumors and the mechanism was due to activation of adaptive and innate immunity following the interaction of HSP. PC with APCs through receptor mediated endocytosis.
However, the limitations are also apparent: i the immunogenicity is not strong enough and ii the yield of tumor vaccine was limited. Certain alternatives to improve the vaccine have been made and enhanced responses have been observed.
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