Nanocage-Therapeutics Prevailing Phagocytosis and Immunogenic Cell Death Awakens Immunity against Cancer

Title
Nanocage-Therapeutics Prevailing Phagocytosis and Immunogenic Cell Death Awakens Immunity against Cancer
Authors
정철현김인산양유수남기훈홍연선김윤경Eun Jung LeeNa Kyeong LeeMinwoo KihEunee KohSoyoun KimSeung-Yoon Park
Issue Date
2018-03
Publisher
Advanced materials
Citation
VOL 30, NO 10, 1705581
Abstract
A growing appreciation of the relationship between the immune system and the tumorigenesis has led to the development of strategies aimed at "re-editing" the immune system to kill tumors. Here, a novel tactic is reported for overcoming the activation-energy threshold of the immunosuppressive tumor microenvironment and mediating the delivery and presentation of tumor neoantigens to the host's immune system. This nature-derived nanocage not only efficiently presents ligands that enhance cancer cell phagocytosis, but also delivers drugs that induce immunogenic cancer cell death. The designed nanocage-therapeutics induce the release of neoantigens and danger signals in dying tumor cells, and leads to enhancement of tumor cell phagocytosis and cross-priming of tumor specific T cells by neoantigen peptide-loaded antigen-presenting cells. Potent inhibition of tumor growth and complete eradication of tumors is observed through systemic tumor-specific T cell responses in tumor draining lymph nodes and the spleen and further, infiltration of CD8+ T cells into the tumor site. Remarkably, after removal of the primary tumor, all mice treated with this nanocage-therapeutics are protected against subsequent challenge with the same tumor cells, suggesting development of lasting, tumor-specific responses. This designed nanocage-therapeutics "awakens" the host's immune system and provokes a durable systemic immune response against cancer.
URI
https://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/68278
ISSN
0935-9648
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