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Potential epitope 9-mer core regions comprising the DR supermotif, wherein position 1 of the supermotif is at position 1 of the nine-residue core, are set forth in Table XIX.
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Respective exemplary peptide epitopes of 15 amino acid residues in length, each of which comprise the nine residue core, are also shown in the Table along with cross-reactive binding data for the exemplary 15 -residue supermotif-bearing peptides. In the first motif submotif DR3a a large, hydrophobic residue L, I, V, M, F, or Y is present in anchor position 1 of a 9-mer core, and D is present as an anchor at position 4, towards the carboxyl terminus of the epitope. As in other class II motifs, core position 1 may or may not occupy the peptide N-terminal position. The alternative DR3 submotif provides for lack of the large, hydrophobic residue at anchor position 1, and or lack of the negatively charged or amide-like anchor residue at position 4, by the presence of a positive ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library at position 6 towards the carboxyl terminus of the epitope.
Thus, for the alternative allele-specific DR3 motif submotif DR3b: Potential peptide epitope 9-mer core regions corresponding to a nine residue sequence comprising the DR3a submotif wherein position 1 of the motif is at position 1 of the nine residue core are set forth in Table XXa. Respective exemplary peptide epitopes of 15 amino acid residues in length, each of which comprise the nine residue core, are ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library shown in Table XXa along with binding data for exemplary DR3 submotif a-bearing peptides. Potential peptide epitope 9-mer core regions comprising the DR3b submotif and respective exemplary mer peptides comprising the DR3 submotif-b epitope are set forth in Table XXb along with binding data of exemplary DR3 submotif b-bearing peptides.
Each of the HLA class I or class II peptide epitopes set out in the Tables herein are deemed singly to be an inventive aspect of this application. Further, it is also an inventive aspect of this application that each peptide epitope may be used in combination with any other peptide epitope.
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Enhancing Population Coverage of the Vaccine Vaccines that have broad population coverage are preferred because they are more commercially viable and generally applicable to the most people. Broad population coverage can be obtained using the peptides of the invention and nucleic acid compositions ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library encode such peptides through selecting ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library epitopes that bind to HLA alleles which, when considered in total, are present in most of the population. These results suggest that effective and non-ethnically biased population coverage is achieved upon use of a limited number of cross-reactive peptides.
Table XXIb summarizes the estimated prevalence of combinations of HLA supertypes that have been identified in five ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library ethnic groups. The incremental coverage obtained by the inclusion of Al,- A, and B supertypes to the A2, A3, and B7 coverage and coverage obtained with all of the supertypes ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library herein, is shown. The data presented herein, together with the previous definition of the A2- A3- and B7- supertypes, indicates that all antigens, with the possible exception of A29, B8, and B46, can be classified into a total of nine HLA supertypes.
Rather, they are restricted to a few "immunodominant" determinants Zinkernagel, et al, Adv. It has been recognized that immunodominance Benacerraf, et al, Science It has been demonstrated that additional factors, mostly linked to processing events, can also play a key role in dictating, beyond strict immunogenicity, which of the many potential determinants will be presented as immunodominant Sercarz, et al, Annu. Because tissue ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library and developmental TAAs are expressed on normal tissue at least at some point in time or location within the body, it may be expected that T cells to them, particularly dominant epitopes, are eliminated during immunological surveillance and that tolerance is induced.
However, CTL responses to tumor epitopes in both normal donors and cancer patient has been detected, which may indicate that tolerance is incomplete see, e. Thus, immune tolerance does not completely eliminate or inactivate CTL precursors capable of recognizing high affinity HLA class I binding ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library. An additional strategy to overcome tolerance is to use analog peptides.
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Without intending to be bound by theory, it is believed that because T cells to dominant epitopes may have been clonally deleted, selecting subdominant epitopes may allow existing T cells to be recruited, which will then lead to a therapeutic or prophylactic response. However, ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library binding of HLA molecules to subdominant epitopes is often less vigorous than to ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library ones. Accordingly, there is a need to be able to modulate the binding affinity of particular immunogenic epitopes for one or more HLA molecules, and thereby to modulate the immune response elicited by the peptide, for example to prepare analog peptides which elicit a more vigorous response. Although peptides with suitable cross-reactivity among all alleles of a superfamily are identified by the screening procedures described above, cross-reactivity is not always as complete as possible, and in certain cases procedures to increase cross-reactivity of peptides can be useful; moreover, such procedures can also be used to modify other properties of the peptides such as binding affinity or peptide stability.
Having established the general rules that govern cross-reactivity of peptides for HLA alleles within a given motif or supermotif, modification i. More specifically, peptides which exhibit the broadest cross-reactivity patterns, can be produced in accordance with the teachings herein.
The present concepts related to analog generation are set forth in greater detail in co- pending U. In brief, the strategy employed utilizes the motifs or supermotifs which correlate with binding to certain HLA molecules. The motifs or supermotifs are defined ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library having primary anchors, and in many cases secondary anchors.
Analog peptides can be created by substituting amino acid residues at primary anchor, secondary anchor, or at primary and secondary anchor positions. Generally, analogs are made for peptides that already bear a motif or supermotif. For a number of the motifs or supermotifs in accordance with the invention, residues are defined which are deleterious to binding to allele-specific HLA molecules or members of HLA supertypes that bind the respective motif or supermotif Tables II and III. Accordingly, removal of such residues that are detrimental to binding can ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library performed in accordance with the present invention. Thus, one strategy to improve the cross-reactivity of peptides within a given supermotif is simply to delete one or more of the deleterious residues present within a ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library and substitute a small "neutral" residue such as Ala that may not influence T cell recognition of the.
An enhanced likelihood of cross-reactivity is expected if, together with elimination of detrimental residues within a peptide, "preferred" residues associated with high affinity binding to an allele-specific HLA molecule or to multiple HLA molecules within a superfamily are inserted.
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To ensure that an analog peptide, when ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library as a vaccine, actually elicits a CTL response to the native epitope in vivo or, in the case of class II epitopes, elicits helper T cells that cross-react with the wild type peptidesthe analog peptide may be used to immunize T cells in vitro from individuals of the appropriate HLA allele. Thereafter, the immunized cells' capacity to induce lysis of wild type peptide sensitized ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library cells is evaluated. It will be desirable to use as antigen presenting cells, cells that have been either infected, or transfected with the appropriate genes, or, in the case of class II epitopes only, cells that have been pulsed with whole protein antigens, to establish whether endogenously produced antigen is also recognized by the relevant T cells.
Another embodiment of the invention is to create analogs of weak binding peptides, to thereby ensure adequate numbers of cross-reactive cellular binders. Class I binding peptides exhibiting binding affinities of nM, and carrying an acceptable but suboptimal primary anchor residue at one or both positions can be "fixed" by substituting preferred anchor residues in accordance with the respective supertype.
The analog peptides can then be tested for crossbinding activity. Another embodiment for generating effective peptide analogs involves the substitution of residues that have an adverse impact on peptide stability or solubility in, e. Go to our Instructions for using Copyright Clearance Center page for details. ADIC QLS-440 Tape Library contributing to RSC publications journal articles, books or book chapters do not need to formally request permission to reproduce material contained in this article provided that the correct acknowledgement is given with the reproduced material. Reproduced material should be attributed as follows:ADIC QLS Tape Library · ADIC QLS Tape Library · ADIC QLS Tape Library ADIC QLS Tape Library · ADIC QLS Tape Library.
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