Efficacy of a novel, protein-based pneumococcal vaccine against nasopharyngeal carriage of Streptococcus pneumoniae in infants: A phase 2, randomized, controlled, observer-blind study.


Odutola, A; Ota, MO; Antonio, M; Ogundare, EO; Saidu, Y; Foster-Nyarko, E; Owiafe, PK; Ceesay, F; Worwui, A; Idoko, OT; Owolabi, O; Bojang, A; Jarju, S; Drammeh, I; Kampmann, B; Greenwood, BM; Alderson, M; Traskine, M; Devos, N; Schoonbroodt, S; Swinnen, K; Verlant, V; Dobbelaere, K; Borys, D; (2017) Efficacy of a novel, protein-based pneumococcal vaccine against nasopharyngeal carriage of Streptococcus pneumoniae in infants: A phase 2, randomized, controlled, observer-blind study. Vaccine, 35 (19). pp. 2531-2542. ISSN 0264-410X DOI: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2017.03.071

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Abstract

Conserved pneumococcal proteins are potential candidates for inclusion in vaccines against pneumococcal diseases. In the first part of a two-part study, an investigational vaccine (PHiD-CV/dPly/PhtD-30) containing 10 pneumococcal serotype-specific polysaccharide conjugates (10VT) combined with pneumolysin toxoid and pneumococcal histidine triad protein D (30μg each) was well tolerated by Gambian children. Part two, presented here, assessed the efficacy of two PHiD-CV/dPly/PhtD formulations against pneumococcal nasopharyngeal carriage (NPC) prevalence in infants. In this phase 2, randomized, controlled, observer-blind trial, healthy infants aged 8-10weeks, recruited from a peri-urban health center, were randomized (1:1:1:1:1:1) into six groups. Four groups received PHiD-CV/dPly/PhtD (10 or 30μg of each protein), PHiD-CV, or 13-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine at ages 2-3-4months (3+0 infant schedule) and two groups PHiD-CV/dPly/PhtD-30 or PHiD-CV at 2-4-9months (2+1 infant schedule). The primary objective was impact on non-10VT NPC at ages 5-9-12months. Secondary objectives included confirmatory analysis of protein dose superiority and safety/reactogenicity. Impact on pneumococcal NPC acquisition, bacterial load, and ply and phtD gene sequencing were explored. 1200 infants were enrolled between June 2011 and May 2012. Prevalences of pneumococcal (60-67%) and non-10VT (55-61%) NPC were high at baseline. Across all post-vaccination time points, efficacy of PHiD-CV/dPly/PhtD-10 and PHiD-CV/dPly/PhtD-30 against non-10VT NPC (3+0 schedule) was 1.1% (95% CI -21.5, 19.5) and 2.1% (-20.3, 20.3), respectively; efficacy of PHiD-CV/dPly/PhtD-30 (2+1 schedule) was 0.5% (-22.1, 18.9) versus PHiD-CV. No differences were observed in pneumococcal NPC acquisition, clearance, or bacterial load. Both protein-based vaccines elicited immune responses to pneumococcal proteins. In this high carriage prevalence setting, inclusion of pneumococcal proteins in the PHiD-CV/dPly/PhtD investigational vaccine had no impact on pneumococcal NPC in infants, regardless of protein dose or schedule. Future evaluations will assess its impact against pneumococcal disease endpoints. PATH, GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals SA. ClinicalTrials.gov identifier NCT01262872.

Item Type: Article
Faculty and Department: Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases > Dept of Disease Control
PubMed ID: 28389097
URI: http://researchonline.lshtm.ac.uk/id/eprint/4002745

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