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Supplementary Figures S1 - S9 from Host Immunity Following Near-Infrared Photoimmunotherapy Is Enhanced with PD-1 Checkpoint Blockade to Eradicate Established Antigenic Tumors

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posted on 2023-04-04, 00:41 authored by Tadanobu Nagaya, Jay Friedman, Yasuhiro Maruoka, Fusa Ogata, Shuhei Okuyama, Paul E. Clavijo, Peter L. Choyke, Clint Allen, Hisataka Kobayashi

Supplementary Figures S1 - S9, with legends and supplementary video captions.

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Near-infrared photoimmunotherapy (NIR-PIT) induces immunogenic cell death but has mostly failed to induce durable antitumor responses in syngenic tumor mouse models. We hypothesized that adaptive immune resistance could be limiting durable responses after treatmemt with NIR-PIT. We investigated the effects of combining NIR-PIT targeting cell-surface CD44 and PD-1 blockade in multiple syngeneic tumor models. In two of three models, NIR-PIT monotherapy halted tumor growth, enhanced dendritic cell tumor infiltration, and induced de novo tumor antigen–specific T-cell responses absent at baseline. The addition of PD-1 blockade reversed adaptive immune resistance, resulting in both enhanced preexisting tumor antigen–specific T-cell responses and enhanced de novo T-cell responses induced by NIR-PIT. Enhanced immune responses correlated with shared tumor antigen expression, suggesting that antigenicity is a major determinant of response to combination NIR-PIT and PD-1 blockade. Combination treatment induced complete rejection of MC38 tumors treated with NIR-PIT, as well as untreated, distant tumors. Accordingly, tumor antigen–specific T-cell responses were measured in both treated and untreated tumors, validating the development of systemic antitumor immunity. Mice that cleared tumors resisted subsequent tumor challenge, indicating the presence of systemic immune memory. Cumulatively, these results demonstrate reversal of adaptive immune resistance following induction of innate and adaptive immunity by NIR-PIT, resulting in high rates of tumor rejection and/or significant tumor growth control in antigenic syngeneic models of cancer.

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