TITLE

Lung restricted T cell receptor AV2S3+ CD4+ T cell expansions in sarcoidosis patients with a shared HLA-DRβ chain conformation

AUTHOR(S)
Grunewald, J.; Wahlström, J.; Berlin, M.; Wigzell, H.; Eklund, A.; Olerup, O.
PUB. DATE
April 2002
SOURCE
Thorax;Apr2002, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p348
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Background: Sarcoidosis is a systemic disease of unknown aetiology frequently affecting the lungs. CD4+ T cells, in particular accumulate in the lungs, implicating them in the pathogenesis of the disease. Methods: T cell receptor (TCR) variable (V) gene expression on bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) fluid T cells and the HLA DR alleles of 121 scandinavian patients with sarcoidosis was determined. Results: As expected from our previous results, almost every DRS1 *030 1 (i.e. DR17) positive patient (67/69) had significantly increased numbers of AV2S3+ CD4+ T cells in the BAI. fluid but normal levels in peripheral blood (that is, lung restricted expansions) compared with only six of 52 DRB1 *0301 negative patients. Detailed genotypic HLA analysis showed that these six DRB1 *0301 negative patients with lung restricted AV2S3+ T cell expansions had another HLA allele in common-the HLA- DRB3*0101 allele (also called DR52a)-which was not found in any other DRB1*0301 negative patient. A new group of sarcoidosis patients was therefore identified, characterised by a strict correlation between a distinct HLA allele and lung accumulated T cells expressing a particular TCR V segment. e Furthermore, the HLA-DRS1 *0301 and HLA-DRB3*0101 encoded molecules showed similarities, with identical amino acid sequences in regions important for antigen binding which may enable them to bind and present the same or similar antigenic peptides. Conclusions: HLA-DRB3*0101 as well as DRB1*0301 positive sarcoidosis patients may have the capacity to present specific sarcoidosis associated antigens in such a way that AV2S3+ CD4+ T cells are stimulated preferentially, generating lung restricted AV2S3+ T cell expansions.
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12948864

 

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