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Evaluation of COC183B2 antibody targeting ovarian cancer by near-infrared fluorescence imaging.To evaluate the imaging potential of a novel near-infrared (NIR) probe conjugated to COC183B2 monoclonal antibodies (MAb) in ovarian cancer (OC).
Chen Zhang, Xinyu Ling, Yanxiu Guo, Cunzhong Yuan, Hongyan Cheng, Xue Ye, Ruiqiong Ma, Yinli Zhang, Yi Li, Xiaohong Chang, Beihua Kong, Tao Liu, Heng Cui
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Targeting Activated Platelets: A Unique and Potentially Universal Approach for Cancer Imaging.The early detection of primary tumours and metastatic disease is vital for successful therapy and is contingent upon highly specific molecular markers and sensitive, non-invasive imaging techniques. We hypothesized that the accumulation of activated platelets within tumours is a general phenomenon and thus represents a novel means for the molecular imaging of cancer. Here we investigate a unique single chain antibody (scFv), which specifically targets activated platelets, as a novel biotechnological tool for molecular imaging of cancer. The scFv, which binds specifically to the activated form of the platelet integrin receptor GPIIb/IIIa present on activated platelets, was conjugated to either Cy7, Cu or ultrasound-enhancing microbubbles. Using the Cy7 labelled scFv, fluorescence imaging was performed in mice bearing four different human tumour xenograft models; SKBr3, MDA-MB-231, Ramos and HT-1080 cells. Molecular imaging via PET and ultrasound was performed using the scFv-Cu and scFv-microbubbles, respectively, to further confirm specific targeting of scFv to activated platelets in the tumour stroma. Using scFv we successfully showed specific targeting of activated platelets within the microenvironment of human tumour xenografts models via three different molecular imaging modalities. The presence of platelets within the tumour microenvironment, and as such their relevance as a molecular target epitope in cancer was further confirmed via immunofluorescence of human tumour sections of various cancer types, thus validating the translational importance of our novel approach to human disease. Our study provides proof of concept for imaging and localization of tumours by molecular targeting activated platelets. We illustrate the utility of a unique scFv as a versatile biotechnological tool which can be conjugated to various contrast agents for molecular imaging of cancer using three different imaging modalities. These findings warrant further development of this activated platelet specific scFv, potentially as a universal marker for cancer diagnosis and ultimately for drug delivery in an innovative theranostic approach.
May Lin Yap, James D McFadyen, Xiaowei Wang, Nicholas A Zia, Jan David Hohmann, Melanie Ziegler, Yu Yao, Alan Pham, Matthew Harris, Paul S Donnelly, P Mark Hogarth, Geoffrey A Pietersz, Bock Lim, Karlheinz Peter
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EGFR-Targeted Cationic Polymeric Mixed Micelles for Codelivery of Gemcitabine and miR-205 for Treating Advanced Pancreatic Cancer.Gemcitabine (GEM), a first-line chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer undergoes rapid metabolism and develops chemoresistance after repeated administration. We previously demonstrated that the combination of GEM and miR-205 provides an effective therapeutic strategy to sensitize GEM-resistant pancreatic cancer cells. Since epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is overexpressed in pancreatic cancer cells, in this study, we aimed to deliver mixed micelles containing GEM and miR-205 decorated with EGFR-targeting cetuximab (C225) monoclonal antibody for targeted therapy. Cetuximab C225 was conjugated to malemido-poly(ethylene glycol)-block-poly(2-methyl-2-carboxyl-propylene carbonate-graft-dodecanol (C225-PEG-PCD) to prepare mixed micelles with mPEG-b-PCC-g-GEM-g-DC-g-TEPA for targeted codelivery of GEM and miR-205. This mixed micelle formulation showed a significant enhancement in EGFR-mediated cellular uptake in GEM-resistant MIA PaCa-2 cells. Further, an enhanced tumor accumulation of C225-micelles conjugated with near-infrared fluorescent Cy7.5 dye and Dy677-labeled miR-205 in orthotopic pancreatic tumor bearing NSG mice was evident after systemic administration. In addition, inhibition of tumor growth was also observed with increased apoptosis and reduced EMT after treatment with C225-micelles containing GEM and miR-205. Therefore, we believe that the targeted delivery of GEM and miR-205 in combination could be a novel strategy for treating advanced pancreatic cancer.
Goutam Mondal, Saud Almawash, Amit Kumar Chaudhary, Ram I Mahato
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Near-infrared fluorescence imaging of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma CD20 expression using Cy7-conjugated obinutuzumab.Obinutuzumab is the first fully humanized and glycoengineered monoclonal antibody (mAb) directly targeting CD20 antigen, which is expressed on B cell lymphocytes and the majority of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL). This study aims to design a diagnostic molecular probe, Cy7-Obinutuzumab (Cy7-Obi), in which Cy7 is a near-infrared fluorescent dye. This probe is used to noninvasively image CD20 antigen expressed in NHL cells.
Xinfeng Lin, Hua Zhu, Zheng Luo, Ye Hong, Hong Zhang, Xijuan Liu, Huirong Ding, Huifang Tian, Zhi Yang
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SM5-1-conjugated PLA nanoparticles loaded with 5-fluorouracil for targeted hepatocellular carcinoma imaging and therapy.SM5-1 is a humanized mouse antibody which has a high binding specificity for a membrane protein of about 230 kDa overexpressed in hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), melanoma and breast cancer. In this study, SM5-1-conjugated poly D, L (lactide-coglycolide) (PLA) PLA containing Cy7 (PLA-Cy7-SM5-1) was prepared to study the targeting specificity of the bioconjugate to HCC-LM3-fLuc cell. Then, SM5-1-conjugated PLA containing 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) (PLA-5FU-SM5-1) and PLA containing 5-FU (PLA-5FU) were prepared for treatment of subcutaneous HCC-LM3-fLuc tumor mice. The results showed that PLA-5FU-SM5-1, PLA-5FU and 5-FU induced a 45.07%, 23.56% and 19.05% tumor growth inhibition rate, respectively, on day 31 post-treatment as determined by bioluminescent intensity. In addition, in order to evaluate the antitumor efficacy of PLA-5FU-SM5-1, HCC-LM3-fLuc cells were injected into the liver to establish the experimental orthotopic liver tumor models. The experiments showed that PLA-5FU-SM5-1, PLA-5FU and 5-FU induced a 53.24%, 31.00%, and 18.11% tumor growth inhibition rate, respectively, on day 31 post-treatment determined by the bioluminescent intensity of the abdomen in tumor-bearing mice. Furthermore, we have calculated the three-dimensional location of the liver cancer in mice using a multilevel adaptive finite element algorithm based on bioluminescent intensity decay calibration. The reconstruction results demonstrated that PLA-5FU-SM5-1 inhibited the tumor rapid progression, which were consistent with the results of subcutaneous tumor mice experiments and in vitro cell experiment results.
Xibo Ma, Zhen Cheng, Yushen Jin, Xiaolong Liang, Xin Yang, Zhifei Dai, Jie Tian
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Near-infrared fluorescence labeled anti-TAG-72 monoclonal antibodies for tumor imaging in colorectal cancer xenograft mice.Anti-TAG-72 monoclonal antibodies target the tumor-associated glycoprotein (TAG)-72 in various solid tumors. This study evaluated the use of anti-TAG-72 monoclonal antibodies, both murine CC49 and humanized CC49 (HuCC49deltaCH2), for near-infrared fluorescent (NIR) tumor imaging in colorectal cancer xenograft models. The murine CC49 and HuCC49deltaCH2 were conjugated with Cy7 monofunctional N-hydroxysuccinimide ester (Cy7-NHS). Both in vitro and in vivo anti-TAG-72 antibody binding studies were performed. The in vitro study utilized the human colon adenocarcinoma cell line LS174T that was incubated with Cy7, antibody-Cy7 conjugates, or excessive murine CC49 followed by the antibody-Cy7 conjugates and was imaged by fluorescence microscopy. The in vivo study utilized xenograft mice, bearing LS174T subcutaneous tumor implants, that received tail vein injections of Cy7, murine CC49-Cy7, HuCC49deltaCH2-Cy7, or nonspecific IgG-Cy7 and were imaged by the Xenogen IVIS 100 system from 15 min to 288 h. The biodistribution of the fluorescence labeled antibodies was determined by imaging the dissected tissues. The in vitro study revealed that the antibody-Cy7 conjugates bound to LS174T cells and were blocked by excessive murine CC49. The in vivo study demonstrated that murine CC49 achieved a tumor/blood ratio of 15 at 96 h postinjection. In comparison, HuCC49deltaCH2-Cy7 cleared much faster than murine CC49-Cy7 from the xenograft mice, and HuCC49deltaCH2-Cy7 achieved a tumor/blood ratio of 12 at 18 h postinjection. In contrast, Cy7 and Cy7 labeled nonspecific IgG resulted in no demonstrable tumor accumulation. When mice were injected with excessive unlabeled murine CC49 at 6 h before the injection of murine CC49-Cy7 or HuCC49deltaCH2-Cy7, both the intensity and retention time of the fluorescence from the tumor were reduced. In summary, the Cy7 labeled murine CC49 and HuCC49deltaCH2 demonstrate tumor-targeting capabilities in living colorectal cancer xenograft mice and provide an alternative modality for tumor imaging.
Peng Zou, Songbo Xu, Stephen P Povoski, Anna Wang, Morgan A Johnson, Edward W Martin, Vish Subramaniam, Ronald Xu, Duxin Sun
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Cyanine fluorochrome-labeled antibodies in vivo: assessment of tumor imaging using Cy3, Cy5, Cy5.5, and Cy7.Monoclonal antibodies to two different targetable antigens were conjugated to each of four commercially available cyanine fluorochromes. Equal amounts of all four antibodies were coinjected into tumor-bearing animals and imaged. Small, superficial tumors were adequately labeled using all four fluorochromes. Large tumors were labeled well only by Cy7, probably due to self-masking and dilution effects. Cy7 was superior to other cyanine fluorochromes for visualizing structures located deep within the animal.
B Ballou, G W Fisher, J S Deng, T R Hakala, M Srivastava, D L Farkas
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Tumor targeting potential of the monoclonal antibody BC-1 against oncofetal fibronectin in nude mice bearing human tumor implants.The immunoglobulin G1 (IgG1) monoclonal antibody (MoAb) BC-1 detects human oncofetal fibronectin, which has extremely restricted distribution in normal adult tissues and is highly expressed in fetal and tumor tissues.
G Mariani, A Lasku, E Balza, B Gaggero, C Motta, L Di Luca, A Dorcaratto, G A Viale, D Neri, L Zardi
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