Immune responses induced by diclofenac or carbamazepine in an oral exposure model using TNP-Ficoll as reporter antigen

Published on Nov 1, 2016in Journal of Immunotoxicology2.974
· DOI :10.1080/1547691X.2016.1247929
Lydia M. Kwast5
Estimated H-index: 5
(UU: Utrecht University),
Tetsuo Aida6
Estimated H-index: 6
(Daiichi Sankyo)
+ 5 AuthorsRaymond Pieters36
Estimated H-index: 36
(UU: Utrecht University)
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Abstract
Immune-mediated drug hypersensitivity reactions (IDHR) may result from immuno-sensitization to a drug-induced neo-antigen. They rarely occur in patients and are usually not predicted preclinically using standard toxicity studies. To assess the potential of a drug to induce T-cell sensitization, trinitrophenyl (TNP)-Ficoll was used here as a bystander antigen in animal experiments. TNP-Ficoll will only elicit TNP-specific IgG antibodies in the presence of non-cognate T-cell help. Therefore, the presence of TNP-specific IgG antibodies after co-injection of drug and TNP-Ficoll was indicative of T-cell sensitization potential. This TNP-Ficoll-approach was used here to characterize T-cell help induced by oral exposure to diclofenac (DF) or carbamazepine (CMZ). DF or CMZ was administered orally to BALB/c mice and after 3 w, the mice were challenged in a hind paw with TNP-Ficoll and a dose of the drug that by itself does only elicit a sub-optimal popliteal lymph node assay (PLNA) response. T-cell-dependent responses were then evaluated in paw-draining popliteal lymph nodes (PLN). Also, shortly after oral exposure, mesenteric lymph nodes (MLN) were excised for evaluation of local responses. Both drugs were able to increase PLN cellularity and TNP-specific IgG1 production after challenge. Both DF and CMZ stimulated CD4(+ )and CD8(+) T-cells and caused shifts of the subsets toward an effector phenotype. DF, but not CMZ, appeared to stimulate interferon (IFN)-γ production. Remarkably, depletion of CD8(+), but not CD4(+), T-cells reduced TNP-specific IgG1 production, and was more pronounced in CMZ- than in DF-exposed animals. Local responses in the MLN caused by DF or CMZ also showed shifts of CD4(+ )and CD8(+)-cells toward a memory phenotype. Together, the data indicate that oral exposure to CMZ and DF differentially induced neo-antigen-specific T-cell reactions in the PLNA.
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