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The alloreactive and self-restricted CD4+ T cell response directed against a single MHC class II/peptide combination

The alloreactive and self-restricted CD4+ T cell response directed against a single MHC class II/peptide combination

Journal of Immunology 165(3): 1285-1293

ISSN/ISBN: 0022-1767

PMID: 10903728

DOI: 10.4049/jimmunol.165.3.1285

The cellular basis for allograft rejection derives from the strong T cell response to cells bearing foreign MHC. While it was originally assumed that alloreactive T cells focus their recognition on the polymorphic residues that differ between syngeneic and allogeneic MHC molecules, studies with MHC class I-restricted CTL have shown that MHC-bound peptides play a critical role in allorecognition. It has been suggested that alloreactive T cells depend more strongly on interactions with the MHC molecule than with the associated peptide, but there is little evidence to support this idea. Here we have studied the alloreactive and self-restricted response directed against the class II H2-Ab molecule bound with a single peptide, Ep, derived from the H2-Ealpha chain. This MHC class II-peptide combination was a poor target and stimulator of alloreactive CD4+ T cell responses, indicating that MHC-bound peptides are as important for alloreactive CD4+ T cells as they are for alloreactive CTL. We also generated alloreactive T cells with exquisite specificity for the Ab/Ep complex, and compared their reactivity with self-restricted T cells specific for the same Ab/Ep complex. Our results showed that peptide-specific alloreactive T cells, as compared with self-restricted T cells, were more sensitive to peptide stimulation, but equally sensitive to amino acid substitutions in the peptide. These findings indicate that alloreactive and self-restricted T cells interact similarly with their MHC/peptide ligand.

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