Monoclonal antibodies against the CD44 [In(Lu)-related p80], and Pgp-1 antigens in man recognize the Hermes class of lymphocyte homing receptors

Louis Picker, J. De los Toyos, M. J. Telen, B. F. Haynes, E. C. Butcher

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An 85- to 95 kDa class of lymphocyte surface molecules, defined in man by antibodies of the Hermes series, is involved in lymphocyte binding to high endothelial venules and is likely of central importance in the process of lymphocyte homing. In this report, we have examined the relationship between these Hermes-defined 'homing-receptors' and two other 80 to 95 kDa lymphocyte surface molecules that have been extensively studied - CD44 [In(Lu)-related p80] defined by mAb A1G3 and A3D8, and Pgp-1 defined by antibody IM7. Our findings indicate that, in man, similar or identical glycoprotein(s) are recognized by these independently and diversely obtained antibodies. All antibodies showed identical immunohistologic patterns of reactivity on a variety of lymphoid and nonlymphoid human tissues, and demonstrated similar bands on Western blots of both crude tonsil lymphocyte lysates and highly purified Hermes-1 Ag preparations. Similarly, purified CD44/p80 Ag from RBC and human serum bound Hermes-1. Preclearing of tonsil lysates with the Hermes-1 antibody removed antigenic activity for all antibodies. Cross-blocking experiments demonstrated that A3D8, IM7 (anti-Pgp-1), and Hermes-2 antibodies recognize overlapping epitopes. Finally, expression of the epitopes defined by the Hermes-1, Hermes-3, H2-7, and H3-61 antibodies on RBC was shown to be regulated by the In(Lu) gene. These findings unify several different lines of investigation, and suggest the possibility that the CD44/Pgp-1/Hermes class of molecules may serve as cell-cell or cell-substrate adhesion/recognition elements for both hematolymphoid and nonhematolymphoid cell types.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)2046-2051
Number of pages6
JournalJournal of Immunology
Volume142
Issue number6
StatePublished - 1989
Externally publishedYes

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Lymphocyte Homing Receptors
Monoclonal Antibodies
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Lymphocytes
Palatine Tonsil
Epitopes
Venules
Cell Adhesion
Glycoproteins
Western Blotting

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Monoclonal antibodies against the CD44 [In(Lu)-related p80], and Pgp-1 antigens in man recognize the Hermes class of lymphocyte homing receptors. / Picker, Louis; De los Toyos, J.; Telen, M. J.; Haynes, B. F.; Butcher, E. C.

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