A Novel Polymer Nanoparticle Polydimethyl Diallyl Ammonium Chloride as An Adjuvant Enhances the Immune Response of SARS-CoV-2 Subunit Vaccine.

Publication date: Mar 04, 2024

The COVID-19 pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2 has had a significant impact on global health and the economy. It has underscored the urgent need for a stable, easily produced and effective vaccine. In this study, we presented a novel approach using SARS-CoV-2 spike (S) protein-conjugated nanoparticles (NPs) in combination with cGAMP (S-NPs-cGAMP) as a subunit vaccine. When mice were immunized, the antiserum of S-NPs-cGAMP group exhibited a 16-fold increase in neutralizing activity against a pseudovirus, compared to S protein group. Additionally, S-NPs-cGAMP induced even higher levels of neutralizing antibodies. Remarkably, the vaccine also triggered a robust humoral immune response, as evidenced by a notable elevation in virus-specific IgG and IgM antibodies. Furthermore, after 42 days of immunization, there was an observed increase in specific immune cell populations in the spleen. CD3 CD4 and CD3 CD8 T lymphocytes, as well as B220 CD19 and CD3 CD49b NK lymphocytes, showed an upward trend, indicating a positive cellular immune response. Moreover, the S-NPs-cGAMP demonstrated promising results against the Delta strain and exhibited good cross-neutralization potential against other variants. These findings suggest that pDMDAAC NPs is potential adjuvant and could serve as a versatile platform for future vaccine development. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Concepts Keywords
Cd4 Adjuvant
Easily SARS-CoV-2
Global Subunit vaccine
Nanoparticle
Vaccines

Semantics

Type Source Name
drug DRUGBANK Ammonium chloride
disease IDO immune response
disease VO subunit vaccine
disease MESH COVID-19 pandemic
disease VO effective
disease VO vaccine
disease VO immunized
disease IDO humoral immune response
disease VO immunization
disease IDO cell

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