Комеч Екатерина Александровна

Аспирант (Лаборатория сравнительной и функциональной геномики)

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Период обученияСтрана, городУчебное заведениеДополнительная информация
2008–2013 Россия, Москва МГУ Биологический факультет, кафедра биоорганической химии

Членство в научных обществах

Российское Научное Общество Иммунологов (РНОИ) с 2015

Избранные публикации

  1. Zvyagin I.V., Mamedov I.Z., Tatarinova O.V., Komech E.A., Kurnikova E.E., Boyakova E.V., Brilliantova V., Shelikhova L.N., Balashov D.N., Shugay M., Sycheva A.L., Kasatskaya S.A., Lebedev Y.B., Maschan A.A., Maschan M.A., Chudakov D.M. (2016). Tracking T-cell immune reconstitution after TCRαβ/CD19-depleted hematopoietic cells transplantation in children. Leukemia , [+]

    αβT-cell-depleted allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation holds promise for the safe and accessible therapy of both malignant and non-malignant blood disorders. Here we employed molecular barcoding normalized T-cell receptor (TCR) profiling to quantitatively track T-cell immune reconstitution after TCRαβ-/CD19-depleted transplantation in children. We demonstrate that seemingly early reconstitution of αβT-cell counts 2 months after transplantation is based on only several hundred rapidly expanded clones originating from non-depleted graft cells. In further months, frequency of these hyperexpanded clones declines, and after 1 year the observed T-cell counts and TCRβ diversity are mostly provided by the newly produced T cells. We also demonstrate that high TCRβ diversity at day 60 observed for some of the patients is determined by recipient T cells and intrathymic progenitors that survived conditioning regimen. Our results indicate that further efforts on optimization of TCRαβ-/CD19-depleted transplantation protocols should be directed toward providing more efficient T-cell defense in the first months after transplantation.Leukemia advance online publication, 9 December 2016; doi:10.1038/leu.2016.321.

  2. Nazarov V.I., Pogorelyy M.V., Komech E.A., Zvyagin I.V., Bolotin D.A., Shugay M., Chudakov D.M., Lebedev Y.B., Mamedov I.Z. (2015). tcR: an R package for T cell receptor repertoire advanced data analysis. BMC Bioinformatics 16, 175 [+]

    The Immunoglobulins (IG) and the T cell receptors (TR) play the key role in antigen recognition during the adaptive immune response. Recent progress in next-generation sequencing technologies has provided an opportunity for the deep T cell receptor repertoire profiling. However, a specialised software is required for the rational analysis of massive data generated by next-generation sequencing.

  3. Zvyagin I.V., Pogorelyy M.V., Ivanova M.E., Komech E.A., Shugay M., Bolotin D.A., Shelenkov A.A., Kurnosov A.A., Staroverov D.B., Chudakov D.M., Lebedev Y.B., Mamedov I.Z. (2014). Distinctive properties of identical twins' TCR repertoires revealed by high-throughput sequencing. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. , [+]

    Adaptive immunity in humans is provided by hypervariable Ig-like molecules on the surface of B and T cells. The final set of these molecules in each organism is formed under the influence of two forces: individual genetic traits and the environment, which includes the diverse spectra of alien and self-antigens. Here we assess the impact of individual genetic factors on the formation of the adaptive immunity by analyzing the T-cell receptor (TCR) repertoires of three pairs of monozygous twins by next-generation sequencing. Surprisingly, we found that an overlap between the TCR repertoires of monozygous twins is similar to an overlap between the TCR repertoires of nonrelated individuals. However, the number of identical complementary determining region 3 sequences in two individuals is significantly increased for twin pairs in the fraction of highly abundant TCR molecules, which is enriched by the antigen-experienced T cells. We found that the initial recruitment of particular TCR V genes for recombination and subsequent selection in the thymus is strictly determined by individual genetic factors. J genes of TCRs are selected randomly for recombination; however, the subsequent selection in the thymus gives preference to some α but not β J segments. These findings provide a deeper insight into the mechanism of TCR repertoire generation.