High-resolution antibody dynamics of vaccine-induced immune responses

Uri Laserson, Francois Vigneault, Daniel Gadala-Maria, Gur Yaari, Mohamed Uduman, Jason A. Vander Heiden, William Kelton, Sang Taek Jung, Yi Liu, Jonathan Laserson, Raj Chari, Je Hyuk Lee, Ido Bachelet, Brendan Hickey, Erez Lieberman-Aiden, Bozena Hanczaruk, Birgitte B. Simen, Michael Egholm, Daphne Koller, George Georgiou & 2 others Steven H. Kleinstein, George M. Church

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Abstract

The adaptive immune system confers protection by generating a diverse repertoire of antibody receptors that are rapidly expanded and contracted in response to specific targets. Next-generation DNA sequencing now provides the opportunity to survey this complex and vast repertoire. In the present work, we describe a set of tools for the analysis of antibody repertoires and their application to elucidating the dynamics of the response to viral vaccination in human volunteers. By analyzing data from38 separate blood samples across 2 y, we found that the use of the germ-line library of V and J segments is conserved between individuals over time. Surprisingly, there appeared to be no correlation between the use level of a particular VJ combination and degree of expansion. We found the antibody RNA repertoire in each volunteer to be highly dynamic, with each individual displaying qualitatively different response dynamics. By using combinatorial phage display, we screened selected VH genes paired with their corresponding VL library for affinity against the vaccine antigens. Altogether, this work presents an additional set of tools for profiling the human antibody repertoire and demonstrates characterization of the fast repertoire dynamics through time in multiple individuals responding to an immune challenge.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4928-4933
Number of pages6
JournalProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Volume111
Issue number13
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014 Apr 1
Externally publishedYes

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Vaccines
Antibodies
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DNA Sequence Analysis
Germ Cells
Bacteriophages
Libraries
Immune System
Vaccination
RNA
Antigens
Genes

Keywords

  • Immunology
  • Influenza
  • Next-generation sequencing

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Laserson, U., Vigneault, F., Gadala-Maria, D., Yaari, G., Uduman, M., Vander Heiden, J. A., ... Church, G. M. (2014). High-resolution antibody dynamics of vaccine-induced immune responses. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111(13), 4928-4933. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1323862111

High-resolution antibody dynamics of vaccine-induced immune responses. / Laserson, Uri; Vigneault, Francois; Gadala-Maria, Daniel; Yaari, Gur; Uduman, Mohamed; Vander Heiden, Jason A.; Kelton, William; Jung, Sang Taek; Liu, Yi; Laserson, Jonathan; Chari, Raj; Lee, Je Hyuk; Bachelet, Ido; Hickey, Brendan; Lieberman-Aiden, Erez; Hanczaruk, Bozena; Simen, Birgitte B.; Egholm, Michael; Koller, Daphne; Georgiou, George; Kleinstein, Steven H.; Church, George M.

In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 111, No. 13, 01.04.2014, p. 4928-4933.

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Laserson, U, Vigneault, F, Gadala-Maria, D, Yaari, G, Uduman, M, Vander Heiden, JA, Kelton, W, Jung, ST, Liu, Y, Laserson, J, Chari, R, Lee, JH, Bachelet, I, Hickey, B, Lieberman-Aiden, E, Hanczaruk, B, Simen, BB, Egholm, M, Koller, D, Georgiou, G, Kleinstein, SH & Church, GM 2014, 'High-resolution antibody dynamics of vaccine-induced immune responses', Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 111, no. 13, pp. 4928-4933. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1323862111
Laserson, Uri ; Vigneault, Francois ; Gadala-Maria, Daniel ; Yaari, Gur ; Uduman, Mohamed ; Vander Heiden, Jason A. ; Kelton, William ; Jung, Sang Taek ; Liu, Yi ; Laserson, Jonathan ; Chari, Raj ; Lee, Je Hyuk ; Bachelet, Ido ; Hickey, Brendan ; Lieberman-Aiden, Erez ; Hanczaruk, Bozena ; Simen, Birgitte B. ; Egholm, Michael ; Koller, Daphne ; Georgiou, George ; Kleinstein, Steven H. ; Church, George M. / High-resolution antibody dynamics of vaccine-induced immune responses. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2014 ; Vol. 111, No. 13. pp. 4928-4933.
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