Correspondence of Neutralizing Humoral Immunity and CD4 T Cell Responses in Long Recovered Sudan Virus Survivors
AbstractRobust humoral and cellular immunity are critical for survival in humans during an ebolavirus infection. However, the interplay between these two arms of immunity is poorly understood. To address this, we examined residual immune responses in survivors of the Sudan virus (SUDV) outbreak in Gulu, Uganda (2000–2001). Cytokine and chemokine expression levels in SUDV stimulated whole blood cultures were assessed by multiplex ELISA and flow cytometry. Antibody and corresponding neutralization titers were also determined. Flow cytometry and multiplex ELISA results demonstrated significantly higher levels of cytokine and chemokine responses in survivors with serological neutralizing activity. This correspondence was not detected in survivors with serum reactivity to SUDV but without neutralization activity. This previously undefined relationship between memory CD4 T cell responses and serological neutralizing capacity in SUDV survivors is key for understanding long lasting immunity in survivors of filovirus infections. View Full-Text
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Sobarzo, A.; Stonier, S.W.; Herbert, A.S.; Ochayon, D.E.; Kuehne, A.I.; Eskira, Y.; Fedida-Metula, S.; Tali, N.; Lewis, E.C.; Egesa, M.; Cose, S.; Lutwama, J.J.; Yavelsky, V.; Dye, J.M.; Lobel, L. Correspondence of Neutralizing Humoral Immunity and CD4 T Cell Responses in Long Recovered Sudan Virus Survivors. Viruses 2016, 8, 133.
Sobarzo A, Stonier SW, Herbert AS, Ochayon DE, Kuehne AI, Eskira Y, Fedida-Metula S, Tali N, Lewis EC, Egesa M, Cose S, Lutwama JJ, Yavelsky V, Dye JM, Lobel L. Correspondence of Neutralizing Humoral Immunity and CD4 T Cell Responses in Long Recovered Sudan Virus Survivors. Viruses. 2016; 8(5):133.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sobarzo, Ariel; Stonier, Spencer W.; Herbert, Andrew S.; Ochayon, David E.; Kuehne, Ana I.; Eskira, Yael; Fedida-Metula, Shlomit; Tali, Neta; Lewis, Eli C.; Egesa, Moses; Cose, Stephen; Lutwama, Julius J.; Yavelsky, Victoria; Dye, John M.; Lobel, Leslie. 2016. "Correspondence of Neutralizing Humoral Immunity and CD4 T Cell Responses in Long Recovered Sudan Virus Survivors." Viruses 8, no. 5: 133.
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