Gene Transfer into Hepatocytes Mediated by Helper Virus-Free HSV/AAV Hybrid Vectors View Full Text


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DATE

1997-12

AUTHORS

Cornel Fraefel, David R. Jacoby, Christopher Lage, Harold Hilderbrand, Janice Y. Chou, Fred W. Alt, Xandra O. Breakefield, Joseph A. Majzoub

ABSTRACT

BACKGROUND: Vectors based on herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) can efficiently transduce hepatocytes in the mouse liver, and vector genomes can persist for at least 2 months. However, 24 hr after gene transfer, the number of cells that express the transgene decreases rapidly and no transduced cells are detectable after 7 days. In this study, we examined the capability of a helper virus-free HSV/AAV hybrid amplicon vector to extend transgene expression in hepatocytes in vivo. MATERIALS AND METHODS: HSV-1 amplicon or HSV/AAV hybrid amplicon vectors that express reporter genes from different transcriptional regulatory sequences were packaged into HSV-1 virions using a helper virus-free packaging system. To determine relative transduction efficiencies, vector stocks were titered on four different cell lines, including hamster kidney (BHK21) and human lung (Hs913T) fibroblasts, and mouse (G6Pase-/-) and human (NPLC) hepatocytes. After in vivo injection of vector stocks into mouse liver, tissue sections were examined for reporter gene expression and cellular inflammatory response. Blood samples were collected to measure serum transaminase levels as a biochemical index of liver toxicity. RESULTS: Expression of a reporter gene from liver-specific promoter sequences was consistently more effective in hepatic cells compared with fibroblasts, whereas the opposite was true when using an HSV-1 immediate-early promoter. Expression in hepatocytes in vivo was markedly longer from HSV/AAV hybrid vector compared with traditional HSV-1 amplicon vector: the number of transduced cells (approximately 2% of all hepatocytes) remained stable over 7 days after injection of HSV/AAV hybrid vector, whereas no transduced cells were detected 7 days after gene transfer with standard HSV-1 amplicon vector. The rapid decline in reporter gene expression from standard amplicons was not solely caused by a B or T lymphocyte-mediated immune response, as it also occurred in RAG2-/- mice. Hepatocyte toxicity and cellular inflammatory effects associated with HSV/AAV hybrid vector-mediated gene transfer were minimal, and readministration of vector stock proved equally effective in naive mice and in animals that received a first vector dose 4 weeks earlier. CONCLUSIONS: HSV/AAV hybrid amplicon vectors support gene expression in vivo for considerably longer than do traditional HSV-1 amplicon vectors. Moreover, expression from these vectors does not provoke an overt inflammatory or immune response, allowing efficacious expression following repeated in vivo dosing. These characteristics suggest that such vectors may hold future promise for hepatic gene replacement therapy. More... »

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813-825

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/bf03401718

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf03401718

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9440115


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