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Title: Cellular and Humoral Immune Responses to Vaccination for COVID-19 Are Negatively Impacted by Senescent T Cells: A Case Report
Authors: ROSSETO-WELTER, Eliane AparecidaRODRIGUES, Silvia SanchesFIGUEIREDO, Amanda Braga deFRANCA, Carolina NunesOLIVEIRA, Danielle Bruna LealBACHI, Andre Luis LacerdaAMARAL, Jonatas Bussador doSIQUEIRA, Ricardo AndreottiBENTO, Laiz CameraoSILVA, Ana Paula daBACAL, Nydia StrachmanFERREIRA, Carlos Eduardo dos SantosMANGUEIRA, Cristovao Luis PitangueiraPINHO, Joao Renato Rebello
Citation: VACCINES, v.11, n.4, article ID 840, 11p, 2023
Abstract: Background: Herein, we aimed to follow up on the cellular and humoral immune responses of a group of individuals who initially received the CoronaVac vaccine, followed by a booster with the Pfizer vaccine. Methods: Blood samples were collected: before and 30 days after the first CoronaVac dose; 30, 90, and 180 days after the second CoronaVac dose, and also 20 days after the booster with the Pfizer vaccine. Results: Whilst the positivity to gamma interferon-type cellular response increased after the first CoronaVac dose, neutralizing and IgG antibody levels only raised 30 days after the second dose, followed by a drop in these responses after 90 and 180 days. The booster with the Pfizer vaccine elicited a robust cellular and humoral response. A higher number of double-negative and senescent T cells, as well as increased pro-inflammatory cytokines levels were found in the participants with lower humoral immune responses. Conclusion: CoronaVac elicited an early cellular response, followed by a humoral response, which dropped 90 days after the second dose. The booster with the Pfizer vaccine significantly enhanced these responses. Furthermore, a pro-inflammatory systemic status was found in volunteers who presented senescent T cells, which could putatively impair the immune response to vaccination.
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