In vitro neutralization of hepatitis B virus by monoclonal antibodies against the viral surface antigen

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In vitro neutralization of hepatitis B virus by monoclonal antibodies against the viral surface antigen
Author(s)
Chun Jeih Ryu; Philippe Gripon; Heung Rok Park; Sung Sup Park; Youn Kyu Kim; C Guguen-Guillouzo; Ook Joon Yoo; Hyo Jeong Hong
Bibliographic Citation
Journal of Medical Virology, vol. 52, no. 2, pp. 226-233
Publication Year
1997
Abstract
In vitro HBV infection and neutralization were assayed using an anti-preS1 murine monoclonal antibody (1B3) and anti-preS2 (H69K) and anti-S (CS131A) murine-human chimeric antibodies. The 1B3 (IgG1) and H69K (IgG1)was constructed previously and the CS131A was constructed for this study by expressing stably the chimeric heavy and light chains in Chinese hamster ovary cells and purifying from the culture supernatant. Previous study showed that the H69K and CS131A recognize known virus-neutralizing epitopes, while the 183 does not. For the assays, adult human hepatocyte primary culture was infected with the adr or ayw subtype of HBV, and the infectivity and subsequent replication was confirmed both by measuring the kinetics of HBsAg secretion by the infected cells and detecting the intermediate replicative form of HBV DNA in the cells. Next, the hepatocytes were infected with the adr or ayw subtype of the virus that had been preincubated with various concentrations of each of the antibodies and the neutralization of HBV was analyzed. The results showed that the anti-preS2 and anti-S chimeric antibodies exhibited neutralizing activity against both the adr and ayw subtypes of the virus, with approximately 1,000 and 2,000 times higher specific activity than polyclonal hepatitis B immune globulin, respectively, but the anti-preS1 antibody scarcely neutralized the infection. The neutralizing activities of the antibodies were consistent with their epitope specificity and antigen-binding affinity, suggesting that this neutralization assay is specific. The in vitro neutralization assay will be useful for evaluating the neutralizing activity of anti-HBV antibodies before in vivo testing in chimpanzees.
Keyword
in vitro HBV infectionneutralizationmonoclonal antibodiesanti-preS1anti-preS2anti-S prophylaxis
ISSN
0146-6615
Publisher
Wiley
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)1096-9071(199706)52:2<226::AID-JMV18>3.0.CO;2-I
Type
Article
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