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B Cell proliferation was determined by counting total cell numbers at 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31 and 34 days of culture. The number of PBMCs was counted on days 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31 and 34, in order to detect the effect of the specific mixture on the growth of PBMCs. Therefore, the stimulated cells collected on day 19 were used as the effector cells in the subsequent experiments. The proportion of cells that expressed CD3 increased from Furthermore, the cells expressing both CD3 and CD4 increased from These results suggested that specific CTL cells had been successfully induced by the specific mixture.

Therefore, the effect-to-target ratio of was used in the subsequent experiments. Ovarian cancer is the most lethal gynecological malignancy. Primary treatment involves surgical debulking of the visible disease, followed by adjuvant chemotherapy 7. Currently, tumor biological therapies are receiving increasing attention as an alternative effective therapeutic strategy to operation, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. As a novel adjuvant treatment method, immunotherapy has been shown to improve the antitumor immune response in the body, so as to eliminate residual metastatic lesions and delay the development of cancer following the standard cytoreductive surgery and platinum-based chemotherapy In addition, immunotherapy was reported to effectively improve patients' autonomic anticancer immunity, strengthen their physique, reduce chemotherapy resistance, enhance the effect of chemotherapy on ovarian cancer and extend the valid period of survival Antigen-specific active immunotherapy aims to induce tumor-antigen-specific antitumor immune responses, and has emerged as an alternative treatment for ovarian cancer Adjuvants are able to non-specifically alter or enhance the body's immune response to specific antigens, and enhance the immunogenicity of the corresponding antigen or change the type of immune response Subsequently, CTLs were efficiently proliferated in vitro.

Therefore, a specific CTL in vitro culture system was established.

Following treatment with the specific mixture, PBMCs underwent a 4-day adaptive phase, followed by proliferation; the logarithmic growth phase was reached on day 7. From day 19, the growth of cells began to plateau, although PBMCs were shown to remain viable up until day As a result of active metabolism in the logarithmic phase, the cell condition was fine.

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Therefore, the cells harvested on day 19 were used as effector cells in the subsequent experiments to ensure both a good condition and quantity of cells. Flow cytometry was used to asses the immunophenotypes of the PBMCs. Through chromosome karyotype analyses, it was shown that the lymphocyte karyotype did not change following stimulation with the specific mixture. The rapid proliferation of cells is one of the most important characteristics of malignant tumors.

Therefore, effectively inhibiting the growth and proliferation of tumor cells is one of the main purposes of antitumor therapies. The results showed that, compared with the control group, the inhibitory effect on SKOV3 cells was significantly increased for all experimental groups. The inhibition rate was This system was shown to satisfy the safety of clinical reinfusion. In addition, the present study demonstrated the high antigen specificity of the specific CTL in vitro , which had significant inhibitory and lethal effects on ovarian cancer cells.

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An ongoing clinical trial from our institution NCT is currently investigating, in lymphopenic patients with metastatic BC, the combination of metronomic doses of cyclophosphamide and anti-PD-1 with the objective to avoid chemotherapy-induced lymphodepletion, reduce the number and functionality of immunosuppressive Tregs [ ], favor the reactivation of existing tumor specific T cells with anti-PD-1, and possibly increase the total T cell number and their TCR diversity. Recent experiments suggest that at least one mechanism of radiation-induced tumor control is the abscopal effect involving the stimulation of the adaptive immune system by tumor neo-antigen release following RT for review [ 95 ].

Robust preclinical data support the combination of SBRT, that reduces the risk of lymphopenia [ 97 , 98 ], with ICPi blockade administered simultaneously or sequentially in order to stimulate the adaptive immune system, with further amplification by systemic ICPi therapy [ , , , ]. The few clinical data available on this topic combining anti-CTLA-4 treatment with RT suggest better outcomes [ ]. However, tumors associated with a high inflammatory state might be excluded from these combined strategies because of increased risk of severe RT-induced lymphopenia [ 99 ].

In contrast to the negative role of lymphopenia on efficacy of ICPi blockade, efficacy of TIL therapy is improved by prior lymphodepletion [ 46 ]. The feasibility of combined treatment with ipilimumab and standard TIL therapy was recently demonstrated in a small cohort of metastatic melanoma patients [ ] with response rates In vitro culture of purified human T cells with recombinant hIL-2 and hIL strongly enhances the expression of PD-1 whereas it remains mild in presence of rhIL-7 [ , ].

In this context, these cytokines are currently evaluated in combination with anti-ICPi therapies. Even if recent data support the efficacy of HD IL-2 [ ], its use may favor development of toxicities but also favors the expansion of T cell subsets other than Tregs. Moreover, immuno-cytokines such as anti-CEA-IL-2v will target the delivery of IL-2v within the tumor environment expressing CEA antigen therefore reducing its systemic toxicity and favoring T cell expansion at the site of tumor response.

Preclinical results in the MC38 model demonstrate that CEA-IL2v combined with anti-PD-L1 therapy yields greater antitumor efficacy than the respective monotherapies or the combination with an untargeted control immuno-cytokine [ ]. No efficacy result has been published so far. For IL-7, despite promising clinical impact in a randomized study [ ], no clinical trial is investigating combination of anti-ICPi therapy and IL The scientific community is hoping a solution will be found to evaluate the promising combination between ICPi and IL As reported in this review, the immune system is quantitatively and qualitatively altered in a multimodal manner in cancer patients in the tumor environment itself as well as in the peripheral blood favoring the evasion of tumor cells from the immune system.

Despite its major impact on survival, lymphopenia has not routinely been used to select candidates in anti-CTLA-4 and PD-1 immunotherapy protocols until recently. This emphasizes the importance in future immunotherapy clinical trials to analyze the combination of CD4 lymphopenia, TCR diversity and intensity of the T cell response. This also highlights the medical need for new therapies to restore T cell numbers and diversity and the urgency to find solutions for the clinical development of IL-7 allowing to regenerate thymic functions.

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