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Soluble HLA-I/Peptide Monomers Mediate Antigen-Specific CD8 T Cell Activation through Passive Peptide Exchange with Cell-Bound HLA-I Molecules

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Accumulating evidence that serum levels of soluble class I HLA molecules (sHLA-I) can, under various pathological conditions, correlate with disease stage and/or patient survival, has stimulated interest in defining whether sHLA-I can exert immunological functions. However, despite a mounting number of publications suggesting the ability of sHLA-I to affect immune effectors in vitro, the precise underlying mechanism still remains controversial. In this article, we address potential functions of both classical and nonclassical sHLA-I, using soluble recombinant HLA-I/peptide monomers, and clearly demonstrate their ability to trigger Ag-specific activation of CD8 T cells in vitro. Furthermore, we provide strong evidence that this behavior results from the passive transfer of peptides from monomers to T cell-bound HLA-I molecules, allowing for fratricide representation and activation. Hence, we proposed a unifying model of T cell activation by HLA-I/peptide monomers, reappraising the potential involvement of sHLA-I molecules in the immune response.
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inserm-02481105 , version 1 (17-02-2020)

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Mathilde Allard, Romain Oger, Houssem Benlalam, Laetitia Florenceau, Klara Echasserieau, et al.. Soluble HLA-I/Peptide Monomers Mediate Antigen-Specific CD8 T Cell Activation through Passive Peptide Exchange with Cell-Bound HLA-I Molecules. Journal of Immunology, 2014, 192 (11), pp.5090-5097. ⟨10.4049/jimmunol.1303226⟩. ⟨inserm-02481105⟩
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