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Рак молочной железы: текущие исследования

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A Small-Molecule Self-Assembled Nano Drug for PhotothermalDifferentiation-Chemotherapy of Breast Cancer Stem Cells

Qiqing Li

The mixture remedy with specific therapy modalities has been extensively utilized in the scientific functions of most cancers treatment. However, it stills a widespread task to gain co-delivery of extraordinary pills due to the fact of awesome drug encapsulation mechanisms, low drug loading, and excessive excipient-related toxicity. Cancer stem cells (CSCs) are intently associated to tumor metastasis and recurrence due to excessive chemoresistance. Herein, we file a stimuli-responsive and tumor-targeted small-molecule self-assembled nanodrug for the aggregate remedy towards CSCs and everyday most cancers cells. The hydrophobic differentiation-inducing agent (all-trans retinoic acid, ATRA) and hydrophilic anticancer drug (irinotecan, IRI) represent this amphiphilic nanodrug, which ought to self-assemble into steady nanoparticles and encapsulate the photothermal agent IR825. Upon cell uptake, this nanodrug show top launch profiles in response to acid and esterase microenvironments via ester linkage. The launched pills now not solely enlarge chemotherapy sensitivity via the differentiation of CSCs into non-CSCs; however additionally showcase optimal cytotoxicity in cancer cells. In addition, IR825 inside this Nano drug permits in vivo fluorescence/photoacoustic (PA) imaging permitting for monitoring drug distribution. Moreover, the DSPEPEG-RGD-functionalized nanodrug displayed excessive tumor accumulation and proper biocompatibility, enabling environment friendly inhibition of tumor boom and tumor metastasis in tumor-bearing mice.