MOUSE ANTI HUMAN CD123 Azide Free

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Gene target: cd123

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Symbol : cd123 NIH gene
description : cell division cycle protein 123-like protein
type of gene : protein-coding
Modification date : 2015-11-14

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A novel immunoliposome mediated by CD123 antibody targeting to acute myeloid leukemia cells.

The application of the tumor targeting antibody-mediated immunoliposomes (ILP) provides us a potential effective strategy for treating malignancies, such as acute myeloid leukemia (AML). CD123, which is specifically overexpressed on AML cells, plays an important role in cell cycling and enhances the cell resistance to the apoptotic stimuli. Given such a unique role of CD123 in AML cells, we aim to develop a novel drug targeting delivery system using CD123 monoclonal antibody (mAb) in this study. On the basis of the daunorubicin (DNR) loaded PEGylated liposomes (DNR-LP), a post-insertion method was applied to covalently attach the anti-CD123 mAb onto the surface of the liposomes to obtain the anti-CD123 mAb modified immunoliposomes (CD123-ILP). Immunoliposomes with different anti-CD123 mAb density (mAb/liposomal S100PC, molar ratio, 0.06%, L-CD123-ILP and 0.14%, H-CD123-ILP) were prepared, respectively. The expressions of CD123 in KG-1a, Kasumi-1, HL-60, NB4 and THP-1 cells were determined by flow cytometry. The cell binding and uptake assays revealed that CD123-ILP was internalized into the CD123(+) AML cells, while the MTT assay indicated that CD123-ILP had stronger inhibitory effect on the growth of THP-1 and KG-1a cells, in which CD123 were highly expressed. Furthermore, in vitro drug release studies of DNR-LP and CD123-ILP showed a sustained release profile for both systems, which were further confirmed by in vivo pharmacokinetics study of liposomal DNR in rats. In this study, we reported the development of CD123-ILP for the first time by our best knowledge, which offered a promising drug targeting delivery system against CD123(+) AML cells. - Source :PubMed

CD123 target validation and preclinical evaluation of ADCC activity of anti-CD123 antibody CSL362 in combination with NKs from AML patients in remission.

Despite the heterogeneity of acute myeloid leukemia (AML), overexpression of the interleukin-3 receptor-α (CD123) on both the more differentiated leukemic blast and leukemic stem cells (LSCs) provides a therapeutic target for antibody treatment. Here we present data on the potential clinical activity of the monoclonal antibody CSL362, which binds to CD123 with high affinity. We first validated the expression of CD123 by 100% (52/52) of patient samples and the correlation of NPM1 and FLT3-ITD mutations with the high frequency of CD123 in AML. In vitro studies demonstrated that CSL362 potently induced antibody-dependent cell cytotoxicity (ADCC) of AML blasts including CD34(+)CD38(-)CD123(+) LSCs by natural killer cells (NKs). Importantly, compared with healthy donor (HD) NKs, NKs drawn from AML patients in remission had a comparable ADCC activity against leukemic cells; of note, during remission, immature NKs were five times higher in AML patients than that in HDs. Significantly, we report a case where leukemic cells were resistant to autologous ADCC; however, the blasts were effectively lysed by CSL362 together with donor-derived NKs after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. These studies highlight CSL362 as a promising therapeutic option following chemotherapy and transplant so as to improve the outcome of AML patients. - Source :PubMed

Anti-CD123 antibody-modified niosomes for targeted delivery of daunorubicin against acute myeloid leukemia.

A novel niosomal delivery system was designed and investigated for the targeted delivery of daunorubicin (DNR) against acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Anti-CD123 antibodies conjugated to Mal-PEG2000-DSPE were incorporated into normal niosomes (NS) via a post insertion method to afford antibody-modified niosomes (CD123-NS). Next, NS was modified with varying densities of antibody (0.5 or 2%, antibody/Span 80, molar ratio), thus providing L-CD123-NS and H-CD123-NS. We studied the effect of antibody density on the uptake efficiency of niosomes in NB4 and THP-1 cells, on which CD123 express differently. Our results demonstrate CD123-NS showed significantly higher uptake efficiency than NS in AML cells, and the uptake efficiency of CD123-NS has been ligand density-dependent. Also, AML cells preincubated with anti-CD123 antibody showed significantly reduced cellular uptake of CD123-NS compared to control. Further study on the uptake mechanism confirmed a receptor-mediated endocytic process. Daunorubicin (DNR)-loaded H-CD123-NS demonstrated a 2.45- and 3.22-fold higher cytotoxicity, compared to DNR-loaded NS in NB4 and THP-1 cells, respectively. Prolonged survival time were observed in leukemic mice treated with DNR-H-CD123-NS. Collectively, these findings support that the CD123-NS represent a promising delivery system for the treatment of AML. - Source :PubMed

Human Bronchial Epithelial Cells Induce CD141/CD123/DC-SIGN/FLT3 Monocytes That Promote Allogeneic Th17 Differentiation.

Little is known about monocyte differentiation in the lung mucosal environment and about how the epithelium shapes monocyte function. We studied the role of the soluble component of bronchial epithelial cells (BECs) obtained under basal culture conditions in innate and adaptive monocyte responses. Monocytes cultured in bronchial epithelial cell-conditioned media (BEC-CM) specifically upregulate CD141, CD123, and DC-SIGN surface levels and FLT3 expression, as well as the release of IL-1β, IL-6, and IL-10. BEC-conditioned monocytes stimulate naive T cells to produce IL-17 through IL-1β mechanism and also trigger IL-10 production by memory T cells. Furthermore, monocytes cultured in an inflammatory environment induced by the cytokines IL-6, IL-8, IL-1β, IL-15, TNF-α, and GM-CSF also upregulate CD123 and DC-SIGN expression. However, only inflammatory cytokines in the epithelial environment boost the expression of CD141. Interestingly, we identified a CD141/CD123/DC-SIGN triple positive population in the bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF) from patients with different inflammatory conditions, demonstrating that this monocyte population exists in vivo. The frequency of this monocyte population was significantly increased in patients with sarcoidosis, suggesting a role in inflammatory mechanisms. Overall, these data highlight the specific role that the epithelium plays in shaping monocyte responses. Therefore, the unraveling of these mechanisms contributes to the understanding of the function that the epithelium may play in vivo. - Source :PubMed

Balance of Anti-CD123 Chimeric Antigen Receptor Binding Affinity and Density for the Targeting of Acute Myeloid Leukemia.

Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-redirected T lymphocytes are a promising immunotherapeutic approach and object of pre-clinical evaluation for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia (AML). We developed a CAR against CD123, overexpressed on AML blasts and leukemic stem cells. However, potential recognition of low CD123-positive healthy tissues, through the on-target, off-tumor effect, limits safe clinical employment of CAR-redirected T cells. Therefore, we evaluated the effect of context-dependent variables capable of modulating CAR T cell functional profiles, such as CAR binding affinity, CAR expression, and target antigen density. Computational structural biology tools allowed for the design of rational mutations in the anti-CD123 CAR antigen binding domain that altered CAR expression and CAR binding affinity without affecting the overall CAR design. We defined both lytic and activation antigen thresholds, with early cytotoxic activity unaffected by either CAR expression or CAR affinity tuning but later effector functions impaired by low CAR expression. Moreover, the anti-CD123 CAR safety profile was confirmed by lowering CAR binding affinity, corroborating CD123 is a good therapeutic target antigen. Overall, full dissection of these variables offers suitable anti-CD123 CAR design optimization for the treatment of AML. - Source :PubMed

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