alexa Differences in promiscuity for antibody-FcRn interactions across species: implications for therapeutic antibodies.
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Immunology

Immunotherapy: Open Access

Author(s): Ober RJ, Radu CG, Ghetie V, Ward ES, Ober RJ, Radu CG, Ghetie V, Ward ES, Ober RJ, Radu CG, Ghetie V, Ward ES, Ober RJ, Radu CG, Ghetie V, Ward ES

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Abstract Preclinical tests of therapeutic antibodies are frequently carried out in mice to evaluate pharmacokinetics and efficacy. However, the observation that mouse IgG are cleared rapidly from the human circulation suggests that mice may not always be an ideal model. The Fc receptor, FcRn, regulates the serum half-lives of IgG in mice and most likely has a similar function in humans. In the current study we have carried out an extensive analysis of the interaction of the human or mouse forms of FcRn with IgG from various species using surface plasmon resonance. We show that in contrast to mouse FcRn, human FcRn is surprisingly stringent in its binding specificity for IgG derived from different species. Human FcRn binds to human, rabbit and guinea pig IgG, but not significantly to rat, bovine, sheep or mouse IgG (with the exception of weak binding to mouse IgG2b). In contrast, mouse FcRn binds to all IgG analyzed. The lack of binding of human FcRn to mouse IgG1 has been confirmed using transfectants that have been engineered to express human FcRn on the cell surface. Our results provide a molecular explanation for the enigmatic observation that mouse IgG behave anomalously in humans. These studies have implications for the successful application of therapeutic antibodies.
This article was published in Int Immunol and referenced in Immunotherapy: Open Access

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