Targeting dendritic cells: a promising strategy to improve vaccine effectiveness
AuthorMacri, C; Dumont, C; Johnston, APR; Mintern, JD
Source TitleClinical & Translational Immunology
AffiliationBiochemistry and Molecular Biology
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsMacri, C., Dumont, C., Johnston, A. P. R. & Mintern, J. D. (2016). Targeting dendritic cells: a promising strategy to improve vaccine effectiveness. CLINICAL & TRANSLATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY, 5 (3), https://doi.org/10.1038/cti.2016.6.
Access StatusOpen Access
Dendritic cell (DC) targeting is a novel strategy to enhance vaccination efficacy. This approach is based on the in situ delivery of antigen via antibodies that are specific for endocytic receptors expressed at the surface of DCs. Here we review the complexity of the DC subsets and the antigen presentation pathways that need to be considered in the settings of DC targeting. We also summarize current knowledge about antigen delivery to DCs via DEC-205, Clec9A and Clec12A, receptor targets that strongly enhance cellular and humoral immune responses. Finally, we discuss the intracellular trafficking criteria of the targeted receptors that may impact their effectiveness as DC targets.
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