alexa Induction of anti-tumor immunity in mice using a syngeneic endothelial cell vaccine.
Oncology

Oncology

Journal of Cancer Science & Therapy

Author(s): Scappaticci FA, Nolan GP, Scappaticci FA, Nolan GP

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Abstract Tumor endothelium could represent a novel target for active and passive immunotherapies of cancer. Here, we show that endothelial cells can be used as a vaccine in mice. In this study, three endothelial cell vaccine preparations from syngeneic (SVR), allogeneic (ISOS-1) and xenogeneic (ISO-HAS) sources were used to vaccinate mice. All mice developed humoral immune responses to endothelial cells and showed lower basal serum VEGF levels (37-45\% lower) compared with unvaccinated control mice. Mice receiving the syngeneic SVR vaccine showed substantial inhibition of tumor growth after B16F10 melanoma challenge (50\% of the mice in this group were tumor-free). The tumors that developed in the few mice in the syngeneic group had lower microvessel density counts (4-5 fold) compared with the other groups. The data suggests an in vivo antiangiogenic effect as the potential mechanism for the anti-cancer effect. In summary, further studies using other tumor models to demonstrate broad protection of this novel type of antiangiogenic vaccine are warranted.
This article was published in Anticancer Res and referenced in Journal of Cancer Science & Therapy

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