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Anti-CD45RB Antibody Therapy Attenuates Renal Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury by Inducing Regulatory B Cells

Taishi Fang, Tai Yeon Koo, Jae-Ghi Lee, Joon Young Jang, Yixuan Xu, Ju Hee Hwang, Sunjoo Park, Ji-Jing Yan, Jung-Hwa Ryu, Yeon-Mi Ryu, Sang-Yeob Kim, Kyung-Suk Suh, Jaeseok Yang
Journal of the American Society of Nephrology: JASN 2019, 30 (10): 1870-1885
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BACKGROUND: Regulatory B cells are a newly discovered B cell subset that suppresses immune responses. Recent studies found that both anti-CD45RB and anti-Tim-1 treatments regulate immune responses by inducing regulatory B cells; however, the role of these cells in renal ischemia-reperfusion injury (IRI) is unknown.

METHODS: Using mouse models, including T cell-deficient (RAG1 knockout and TCR α knockout) mice and B cell-deficient ( μ MT) mice, we investigated the effects of regulatory B cells and anti-CD45RB on IRI and the mechanisms underlying these effects.

RESULTS: Adoptive transfer of regulatory B cells before or after IRI attenuated renal IRI. Anti-CD45RB treatment with or without anti-Tim-1 before IRI increased renal infiltration of CD19+ Tim-1+ regulatory B and regulatory T cells. Anti-CD45RB decreased serum creatinine levels, pathologic injury score, tubular apoptosis, and proinflammatory cytokines levels, whereas IL-10 levels increased. Following IRI, anti-CD45RB with or without anti-Tim-1 also induced regulatory B cells, improving renal function and tubular regeneration. In RAG1 knockout mice with B cell transfer, TCR α knockout mice, and wild-type mice with T cell depletion, anti-CD45RB increased regulatory B cells and attenuated IRI. However, anti-CD45RB did not attenuate IRI in RAG1 knockout mice with T cell transfer or μ MT mice and induced only mild improvement in wild-type mice with B cell depletion. Furthermore, B cell-deficient mice receiving B cells from IL-10 knockout mice (but not from wild-type mice) did not show renal protection against IRI when treated with anti-CD45RB.

CONCLUSIONS: Anti-CD45RB treatment attenuated acute renal injury and facilitated renal recovery after IRI through induction of IL-10+ regulatory B cells, pointing to anti-CD45RB as a potential therapeutic strategy in renal IRI.

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