CD64: An Attractive Immunotherapeutic Target for M1-type Macrophage Mediated Chronic Inflammatory Diseases
AbstractTo date, no curative therapy is available for the treatment of most chronic inflammatory diseases such as atopic dermatitis, rheumatoid arthritis, or autoimmune disorders. Current treatments require a lifetime supply for patients to alleviate clinical symptoms and are unable to stop the course of disease. In contrast, a new series of immunotherapeutic agents targeting the Fc γ receptor I (CD64) have emerged and demonstrated significant clinical potential to actually resolving chronic inflammation driven by M1-type dysregulated macrophages. This subpopulation plays a key role in the initiation and maintenance of a series of chronic diseases. The novel recombinant M1-specific immunotherapeutics offer the prospect of highly effective treatment strategies as they have been shown to selectively eliminate the disease-causing macrophage subpopulations. In this review, we provide a detailed summary of the data generated, together with the advantages and the clinical potential of CD64-based targeted therapies for the treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases. View Full-Text
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Akinrinmade, O.A.; Chetty, S.; Daramola, A.K.; Islam, M.-U.; Thepen, T.; Barth, S. CD64: An Attractive Immunotherapeutic Target for M1-type Macrophage Mediated Chronic Inflammatory Diseases. Biomedicines 2017, 5, 56.
Akinrinmade OA, Chetty S, Daramola AK, Islam M-U, Thepen T, Barth S. CD64: An Attractive Immunotherapeutic Target for M1-type Macrophage Mediated Chronic Inflammatory Diseases. Biomedicines. 2017; 5(3):56.Chicago/Turabian Style
Akinrinmade, Olusiji A.; Chetty, Shivan; Daramola, Adebukola K.; Islam, Mukit-ul; Thepen, Theo; Barth, Stefan. 2017. "CD64: An Attractive Immunotherapeutic Target for M1-type Macrophage Mediated Chronic Inflammatory Diseases." Biomedicines 5, no. 3: 56.