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Enhancement of the uptake and cytotoxic activity of doxorubicin in cancer cells by novel cRGD-semipeptide-anchoring liposomes

Battistini, Lucia and Burreddu, Paola and Sartori, Andrea and Arosio, Daniela and Manzoni , Leonardo and Paduano, Luigi and D'Errico, Gerardino and Sala, Roberto and Reia, Laura and Bonomini , Sabrina and Rassu, Gloria Maria Rita and Zanardi, Franca (2014) Enhancement of the uptake and cytotoxic activity of doxorubicin in cancer cells by novel cRGD-semipeptide-anchoring liposomes. Molecular Pharmaceutics, Vol. 11 (7), p. 2280-2293. ISSN 1543-8384. Article.

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DOI: 10.1021/mp400718j

Abstract

Novel liposemipeptides hanging cyclic azabicycloalkane-RGD or aminoproline-RGD terminals were synthesized and incorporated into liposomal nanoparticles cAba/cAmpRGD-LNP5 3C/3D. Liposomes with similar composition and lacking semipeptide conjugates were constructed for comparison (LNP, 3A), and physical encapsulation of the anticancer doxorubicin drug in both targeted and untargeted liposomes was accomplished. Microstructural analysis performed by dynamic light scattering (DLS), small-angle neutron scattering (SANS), and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) revealed that the conjugated nanoparticles presented an average size of 80 nm and were constituted by 5 nm thick unilamellar liposome bilayer. Flow cytometry and fluorescent microscopy studies showed that 3C-DOXO and 3D-DOXO efficiently delivered the drug into the nuclei of both quiescent and proliferating cells even in a high serum concentration environment. The uptake of doxorubicin when carried by liposomes was faster than that of the free drug, and 30 min incubation was sufficient to load cell nuclei with doxorubicin. Targeted liposomes significantly induced cell death of human breast adenocarcinoma MCF7 cells (IC50 = 144 nM, 3C-DOXO; IC50 = 274 nM, 3D-DOXO), about 2- to 6-fold more potent than free doxorubicin or 3A-DOXO controls (IC50 = 527 and 854 nM, respectively). These results suggest that cAba/cAmpRGD liposomal nanoparticles hold promise for the rapid and efficient delivery of chemotherapeutic agents to αVβ3-expressing tumor cells.

Item Type:Article
ID Code:10087
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes
Uncontrolled Keywords:Drug delivery, integrin ligands, liposomes, nanoparticles, RGD semipeptides
Subjects:Area 03 - Scienze chimiche > CHIM/06 Chimica organica
Divisions:002 Altri enti e centri di ricerca del Nord Sardegna > CNR-Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche > Istituto di chimica biomolecolare, Sassari
Publisher:American Chemical Society
ISSN:1543-8384
Deposited On:15 Sep 2014 11:46

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