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Poster display session

3604 - Delivery of paclitaxel-loaded erythrocytes-based nanoparticles using injectable albumin hydrogel for regional chemotherapy

Date

11 Sep 2017

Session

Poster display session

Presenters

haniqng qian

Citation

Annals of Oncology (2017) 28 (suppl_5): v1-v21. 10.1093/annonc/mdx361

Authors

H. qian, Q. Liu, R. Li, L. Yu, B. Liu

Author affiliations

  • The Comprehensive Cancer Centre Of Drum Tower Hospital, Medical School of Nanjing University & Clinical Cancer Institute of Nanjing University, 210008 - Nanjing/CN
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Abstract 3604

Background

Peritoneal dissemination often occurs in advanced gastric cancer (GC) patient. However, systemic chemotherapy alone has limited effect on peritoneal metastases. The purpose of this work is to fabricate a regional nanomedicine delivery system with injectable hydrogel, to investigate the sustained drug release, biocompatibility, degradation, and the therapeutic efficacy on advanced GC.

Methods

The injectable hydrogel gelling at body temperature was synthesized by one-step esterification of albumin and polyethylene glycol. The paclitaxel-loaded nanoparticles (PRNP) were prepared by encapsulating the drug in erythrocytes membrane ghost and embedded into the hydrogel (PRNP-Gel). The physical and chemical performances were characterized by dynamic light scattering, electronic microscope and SDS PAGE. The drug loading content, hemocompatibility, degradation, drug release, drug accumulation at tumor site, and anti tumor efficacy was also investigated.

Results

The PRNP-Gel suspension gelated in 15 min after subcutaneous injection. The diameter of PRNP in hydrogel was 133.1±1.6 nm, drug loading efficacy and content were 85.45±1.32% and 22.10±0.25%, respectively. 37.9% of the loaded paclitaxel was released in 196 h in vitro, demonstrating the sustained release properties of PRNP-Gel. No hemolysis was detected within the concentration up to 10 mg/mL, and the PRNP-Gel degraded completely in 200 days after injection. The IC50 of PRNP against MKN45 gastric cancer cells, determined by MTT, was 15.16 ng/mL. In vivo antitumor evaluation found that, the tumor growth inhibition of MKN45 on tumor bearing mice was 64.5% of PRNP-Gel group, which was higher than the PRNP (40.0%, P 

Conclusions

The biocompatible and degradable drug delivery system could release chemotherapeutics in a long-term and sustained manner, exhibited an enhanced drug accumulation at tumor site, resulting in the superior antitumor effect in vitro and in vivo. This work provided a new strategy of therapy for advanced GC.

Clinical trial identification

Legal entity responsible for the study

Hanqing Qian

Funding

National Nature Science Foundation of China

Disclosure

All authors have declared no conflicts of interest.

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