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Title: Protection against Schistosoma mansoni infection using a Fasciola hepatica-derived fatty acid binding protein from different delivery systems
Author: Vicente B.
López-Abán J.
Rojas Caraballo, Jose Vicente
Del Olmo E.
Fernández-Soto P.
Muro A.
Email autor: josev.rojas@campusucc.edu.co
Issue Date: 2016
Keywords: fatty acid binding protein
gamma interferon
immunoglobulin E antibody
immunoglobulin G antibody
immunoglobulin G1 antibody
immunoglobulin G2a antibody
immunoglobulin M antibody
immunomodulating agent
interleukin 2
interleukin 4
interleukin 6
Schistosoma vaccine
tumor necrosis factor alpha
fatty acid binding protein
helminth antibody
helminth protein
interleukin 2
interleukin 4
recombinant protein
animal experiment
animal model
animal tissue
antibody response
Article
Baculoviridae
cercaria
controlled study
cytokine production
Escherichia coli
Fasciola hepatica
female
intestine
mouse
nonhuman
parasite load
schistosomiasis mansoni
spleen cell
animal
Bagg albino mouse
cross protection
drug delivery system
Fasciola hepatica
genetics
human
immunology
parasitology
schistosomiasis mansoni
vaccination
Animals
Antibodies
Helminth
Cross Protection
Drug Delivery Systems
Fasciola hepatica
Fatty Acid-Binding Proteins
Female
Helminth Proteins
H
Abstract: Background: Schistosomiasis is a water-borne disease afflicting over 261 million people in many areas of the developing countries with high morbidity and mortality. The control relies mainly on treatment with praziquantel. Fatty acid binding proteins (FABP) have demonstrated high levels of immune-protection against trematode infections. This study reports the immunoprotection induced by cross-reacting Fasciola hepatica FABP, native (nFh12) and recombinantly expressed using two different expression systems Escherichia coli (rFh15) and baculovirus (rFh15b) against Schistosoma mansoni infection. Methods: BALB/c mice were vaccinated with native nFh12 or recombinant rFh15 and rFh15 FABP from F. hepatica formulated in adjuvant adaptation (ADAD) system with natural or chemical synthesised immunomodulators (PAL and AA0029) and then challenged with 150 cercariae of S. mansoni. Parasite burden, hepatic lesions and antibody response were studied in vaccination trials. Furthermore differences between rFh15 and rFh15b immunological responses (cytokine production, splenocyte population and antibody levels) were studied. Results: Vaccination with nFh12 induced significant reductions in worm burden (83 %), eggs in tissues (82-92 %) and hepatic lesions (85 %) compared to infected controls using PAL. Vaccination with rFh15 showed lower total worm burden (56-64 %), eggs in the liver (21-61 %), eggs in the gut (30-77 %) and hepatic damage (67-69 %) using PAL and AA0029 as immunomodulators. In contrast, mice vaccinated with rFh15b showed only reductions in eggs trapped in the liver and intestine (53 and 60 %, respectively), and hepatic lesions (45 %). We observed a significant rise in TNFa, IL-6, IL-2, IL-4 and high antibody response (IgG, IgG1, IgG2a, IgM and IgE) in mice immunised with either rFh15 or rFh15b. Moreover, mice immunised with rFh15b showed an increase in IFN? and a decrease in B220 cells compared to untreated mice, and less production of IgG1 and IgM than in mice immunised by rFh15. Conclusions: Higher level of protection is obtained by using Fasciola hepatica-derived FABP protein against Schistosoma mansoni infection. Native FABP is more effective than both recombinant systems. It could be due to post-translational modifications or FABP isoform or changes in the recombinant proteins. © 2016 Vicente et al.
Publisher: BioMed Central Ltd.
metadata.dc.type: Artículo
Citation: Vicente B,López J,Rojas J,Del Olmo E,Fernández P,Muro A. Protection against Schistosoma mansoni infection using a Fasciola hepatica-derived fatty acid binding protein from different delivery systems. Parasit Vectors. 2016. 9. (1):p. 216-216. .
Other Identifiers: https://doi.org/10.16925/sp.v9i18.548
https://revistas.unab.edu.co/index.php/medunab/article/view/2272/2806
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