TITLE

Immunogenicity and Reactogenicity of a Novel Vaccine for Human Papillomavirus 16: A 2-Year Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial

AUTHOR(S)
Poland, Gregory A.; Jacobson, Robert M.; Koutsky, Laura A.; Tamms, Gretchen M.; Railkar, Radha; Smith, Judith F.; Bryan, Janine T.; Cavanaugh, Paul F.; Jansen, Kathrin U.; Barr, Eliav
PUB. DATE
May 2005
SOURCE
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;May2005, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p601
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the immunogenicity, reactogenicity, and tolerability of a prototype human papillomavirus (HPV) 16 virusilke particle (VLP) vaccine directed against the L1 capsid protein. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: We enrolled healthy nonpregnant women aged 18 to 26 years into a 2-year, double-blind, dose-ranging multicenter trial (October 12, 1998, to September 30, 2001). Subjects were assigned to study groups to receive a 3-dose regimen (day 0, month 2, and month 6) of 1 of 4 vaccine doses: 10 μg, 20 μg, 40 μg, or 80 μg or placebo. Serum anti-HPV 16 L1 antibody (sL1Ab) geometric mean titers (GMTs) were measured at day 0, at month 3, at month 7, and every 6 months for a total of 2 yeas using a radioimmunoassay. The primary immunogenicity analyses evaluated GMTs at month 7 in L1Ab-seronegative subjects at baseline. Vaccine tolerability was also assessed. RESULTS: A total of 480 subjects were randomized to receive placebo (n=52) or 10 μg (n=112), 20 μg (n=103), 40 μg (n=104), or 80 μg (n=107) of HPV 16 L1 VLP vaccine. At baseline, 75% of subjects were L1Ab seronegative. All vaccine doses produced a statistically significant sL1Ab response vs placebo (P<.001). At the completion of the vaccination regimen, sL1Ab GMTs in baseline-seronegative subjects were 36- to 78-told higher than the sL1Ab GMT at day 0 observed in subjects who had mounted an immune response to HPV 16 infection before enrollment. Serum L1Ab GMTs remained high throughout the 1.5-year postvaccinadon period. Poetvaccination sL1Ab GMTs were 1.1- to 2.4-fold higher in women who had detectable sL1Ab levels at enrollment compared with those in baseline-seronegative subjects, particularty in the persistence phase. The vaccine was generally well tolerated with no statistically significant differences in injection site or systemic adverse experiences among treatment groups. CONCLUSION: Immunization with this novel HPV 16 L1 VLP vaccine was well tolerated and produced an immunogenic response that persisted for at least 1.5 years after the final dose.
ACCESSION #
17019223

 

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