PMID: 1611624Jan 1, 1992

GD3-reactive antibodies can inhibit the lysis of autologous tumor cells by tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes

Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy : CII
E B Reilly, G Antognetti

Abstract

GD3 is expressed in high concentrations on melanoma cells and may serve as a useful target antigen for mAb-mediated immunotherapy. Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) against GD3 stimulate cell-mediated immune responses against tumor cells in vitro and this activity may contribute to antitumor effects in patients with melanoma treated with GD3-reactive mAbs. In the present study the effects of GD3-reactive mAbs on autologous tumor cell lysis by a human melanoma-derived tumor-infiltrating lymphocyte (TIL) population were examined. Unlike results reported for other GD3+ T cells isolated from melanoma patients, the tumor-specific lytic activity of the TIL line was inhibited by incubation with mAbs against GD3. Other melanoma-reactive mAbs, including those against GD2 and the high-molecular-weight melanoma-associated Ag, had no effect on the TIL lytic activity. Overall, these results indicate that mAbs against GD3 may have different effects on T cell/tumor cell interactions.

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Related Concepts

Ganglioside, GD3
Monoclonal Antibodies
Tumor Antigens
Immunologic Tumoricidal Activities
Dose-Response Relationship, Immunologic
Gangliosides
Cellular Immune Response
Melanoma
Tumor Cells, Cultured
Lymphocytes, Tumor-Infiltrating

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