rIL-18 triggered gene therapy based on a transduction with the IL-12 plasmid : a new option as immuno-therapy for osteosarcoma?

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2002
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Liebau, Christian
Merk, Harry
Roesel, Christian
Schmidt, Sebastian
Prisack, Johannes Bernd
Bojar, Hans
Baltzer, Axel W. A.
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Gene therapy is a promising new method to treat tumors locally. Immuno-therapy for treatment of osteosarcomas is one option for hopefully improving the survival rate of patients with this tumor. Transduction of OS cells with the pCMV-IL-12neo plasmid induced a significant increase in IFN-gamma expression by mononuclear cells. This is known to induce antitumor effects mediated by the immune system. In combination with an administration of rIL-18, the IFN-gamma increase was multiplied in a dose-dependent manner. This study demonstrated that osteosarcoma cells can be targeted effectively in vitro by plasmids encoding the IL-12 gene. Considering the synergistic pathways it is reasonable to combine a local, gene transfer based on IL-12 with a rIL-18 administration to trigger the potentially promising immuno-effects for adjuvant treatment of osteosarcomas.

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ISO 690LIEBAU, Christian, Harry MERK, Christian ROESEL, Sebastian SCHMIDT, Christiaan KARREMAN, Johannes Bernd PRISACK, Hans BOJAR, Axel W. A. BALTZER, 2002. rIL-18 triggered gene therapy based on a transduction with the IL-12 plasmid : a new option as immuno-therapy for osteosarcoma?. In: Anticancer Research. 2002, 22(5), pp. 2559-2565. ISSN 0250-7005. eISSN 1791-7530
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@article{Liebau2002rIL18-38814,
  year={2002},
  title={rIL-18 triggered gene therapy based on a transduction with the IL-12 plasmid : a new option as immuno-therapy for osteosarcoma?},
  number={5},
  volume={22},
  issn={0250-7005},
  journal={Anticancer Research},
  pages={2559--2565},
  author={Liebau, Christian and Merk, Harry and Roesel, Christian and Schmidt, Sebastian and Karreman, Christiaan and Prisack, Johannes Bernd and Bojar, Hans and Baltzer, Axel W. A.}
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