Anti-CD40LG monoclonal antibody (DCABH-5621) Functional Grade

Mouse Anti-Human CD40LG monoclonal antibody for FuncS, FC

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CD40LG; CD40 ligand; HIGM1, IMD3, TNFSF5, tumor necrosis factor (ligand) superfamily, member 5 (hyper IgM syndrome); CD40 antigen ligand; CD40L; CD154
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Adaptive Immune System, organism-specific biosystem; Allograft rejection, organism-specific biosystem; Allograft rejection, conserved biosystem; Asthma, organism-specific biosystem; Asthma, conserved biosystem; Autoimmune thyroid disease, organism-specific biosystem; Autoimmune thyroid disease, conserved biosystem;


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Defective innate immune responses lead to hepatic damage in CD154-deficient mice following infection with attenuated Salmonella typhimurium


Authors: Fernandez-Cabezudo, Maria J.; Bashir, Ghada; Al-Sbiei, Ashraf; Cabral-Marques, Otavio; Al-Ramadi, Basel K.

Donor-Specific Regulatory T Cell-Mediated Immune Tolerance in an Intrahepatic Murine Allogeneic Islet Transplantation Model with Short-Term Anti-CD154 mAb Single Treatment


Authors: Lee, Seok-Joo; Kim, Hyun-Je; Byun, Na-Ri; Park, Chung-Gyu

Anti-CD154 blockade-based regimens remain unequaled in prolonging graft survival in various organ transplantation models. Several studies have focused on transplantation tolerance with the anti-CD154 blockade, but none of these studies has investigated the mechanisms associated with its use as the sole treatment in animal models, delaying our understanding of anti-CD154 blockade-mediated immune tolerance. The purpose of this study was to investigate the mechanism underlying the anti-CD154 monoclonal antibody (mAb) blockade in inducing immune tolerance using an intrahepatic murine allogeneic islet transplantation model. Allogeneic BALB/c AnHsd (BALB/c) islets were infused into the liver of diabetic C57BL/6 (B6) mice via the cecal vein. Anti-CD154 mAb (MR1) was administered on -1, 0, 1, 3, 5, and 7 d posttransplantation at 0.5 mg per mouse. We showed that short-term MR1 monotherapy could prolong the allogeneic islet grafts to more than 250 d in the murine intrahepatic islet transplantation model. The second islet grafts transplanted under the kidney capsule of the recipients were protected from rejection. We also found that rejection of same-donor skin grafts transplanted to the tolerant mice was modestly delayed. Using a DEREG mouse model, FoxP3+ regulatory T (Treg) cells were shown to play important roles in transplantation tolerance. In mixed lymphocyte reactions, Treg cells from the tolerant mice showed more potency in suppressing BALB/c splenocyte-stimulated Teff cell proliferation than those from naive mice. In this study, we demonstrated for the first time that a short-term anti-CD154 mAb single treatment could induce FoxP3+ Treg cell-mediated immune tolerance in the intrahepatic murine allogeneic islet transplantation model.

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