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Yuan Hong,1 Shaomin Che,2 Beina Hui,2 Xiaoli Wang,2 Xiaozhi Zhang,2 Hailin Ma2
1Department of Medical Imaging, The First Affiliated Hospital of Xian Jiaotong University, Xian, Shaanxi, Peoples Republic of China; 2Department of Oncology Radiotherapy, The First Affiliated Hospital of Xian Jiaotong University, Xian, Shaanxi, Peoples Republic of China
Correspondence: Hailin MaDepartment of Oncology Radiotherapy, The First Affiliated Hospital of Xian Jiaotong University, No. 277 Yanta Xi Road, Xian, Shaanxi 710061, Peoples Republic of ChinaEmail email@example.com
Purpose: Lung cancer remains the leading cancer-associated deaths worldwide. Cisplatin (CDDP) was used in combination with curcumin (CUR) for the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer. The aim of this study was to prepare and characterize CDDP prodrug and CUR co-encapsulated layer-by-layer nanoparticles (CDDP-PLGA/CUR LBL NPs) to induce cooperative response, maximize the therapeutic effect, overcome drug resistance, and reduce adverse side effects.Methods: CDDP prodrug (CDDP-PLGA) was synthesized. CDDP-PLGA/CUR LBL NPs were constructed and their physicochemical properties were investigated by particle-size analysis, zeta potential measurement, drug loading, drug entrapment efficiency, and in vitro drug release behavior. In vitro cytotoxicity against human lung adenocarcinoma cell line (A549 cells) was investigated, and in vivo anti-tumor efficiency of CDDP-PLGA/CUR LBL NPs was evaluated on mice bearing A549 cell xenografts.Results: CDDP-PLGA/CUR LBL NPs have a size of 179.6 6.7 nm, a zeta potential value of 29.9 3.2 mV, high drug entrapment efficiency of 85.6 3.9% (CDDP) and 82.1 2.8% (CUR). The drug release of LBL NPs exhibited a sustained behavior, which made it an ideal vehicle for drug delivery. Furthermore, CDDP-PLGA/CUR LBL NPs could significantly enhance in vitro cytotoxicity and in vivo antitumor effect against A549 cells and lung cancer animal model compared to the single drug-loaded LBL NPs and free drug groups.Conclusion: CDDP-PLGA/CUR LBL NPs were reported for the first time in the combination therapy of lung cancer. The results demonstrated that the CDDP-PLGA/CUR LBL NPs might be a novel promising system for the synergetic treatment of lung carcinoma.
Keywords: lung cancer, combination therapy, layer-by-layer, cisplatin prodrug, curcumin
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Nanomedicine is one of the applications of nanotechnology used in diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, and control of biological systems. Nanomedicine uses nanoscale manipulation of materials to improve medicine delivery. Thus, nanomedicine has facilitated the treatment against various diseases. Nanomedicine is in nascent stage, as several products are in the development phase. According to Nanobiotix (a nanomedicine company), in 2015, around 230 nanomedicine products were identified, which are either marked or are in the trial phase.
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One of the most common COVID-19 tests involves a long swab pressed deep into the nasal cavities and while the test can be administered quickly, it has been described as unpleasant and uncomfortable.
Now researchers at The Ohio State University are working on a testing system that would require a simple exhaled breath. Perena Gouma is the primary investigator of a team developing a breathalyzer device that will sample breath for key biomarkers of the infection. She says it would serve as an alternative to current tests that are expensive, can take a long time to get results and require specialized personnel to do the sampling and to analyze the results.
Gouma, director of the Advanced Ceramics Research Laboratory and professor in the College of Engineering, is working with co-investigator Andrew Bowman, associate professor of veterinary preventive medicine. The project was awarded a nearly $200,000 National Science Foundation EAGER grant this month under a program supporting exploratory, early-stage research on untested, but potentially transformative, ideas or approaches.
Breath analysis is not really a technique that is used widely in the medical field yet, so it is considered early-stage work, Gouma said. [We] have a sensor device that detects nitric oxide and VOCs (volatile organic compounds) in breath and can be used to tell you about the onset of an infectious disease.
In addition to nitric oxide, the device examines two other metabolites that could specifically indicate the presence of a COVID-19 infection even in asymptomatic patients. Exhaling once in the breathalyzer may help with earlier detection of the onset of the disease, as well as with monitoring of the severity of the infection, which could help reduce the risk for worsening of the symptoms and allow timely therapeutic intervention, she said.
The new project builds upon Goumas invention of a hand-held breathmonitor that may provide early detection of flu before symptoms appearprior to her arrival at Ohio State. The COVID-19 breathalyzer involves advances on nanomaterials for detecting specific breath gases at the concentrations of interest for making a diagnosis.
The breathalyzer gives results rapidly (15 seconds response time), it is extremely inexpensive, and it is easy to use so that there is no need for trained personnel to perform the test, Gouma said. The results can be viewed directly on the display or they can be transferred to the physician wirelessly.
We are working on making these hand-held monitors that will be widely distributed and theyre very inexpensive, she said. The technology evolved from the sensors used for monitoring gases in an automotive exhaust thats how we started on breath analysis 20 years ago.
Gouma said the NSF-funded project would not have been possible without the collaboration with the College of Veterinary Medicine, the College of Medicine and the Wexner Medical Center. She said these connections make Ohio State very appealing for interdisciplinary research between engineering and medicine (nanomedicine).
Thats one of the advantages of Ohio State. You dont find many institutions that have the No. 1 vet med school in the world and also a world-class medical school, she said. Its also serendipity because COVID-19 is a zoonosis, a disease that comes from animals, and the vet med school had years of experience studying coronaviruses and the flu in animals.
Furthermore, the Wexner Medical Center has been treating COVID-19 patients from the beginning of the pandemic, so it offers unique insights to this project.
Gouma said the collaboration is critical for engineers developing medical diagnostics for humans and animals who need to consult with colleagues who have expertise in medicine to ensure that the ideas have merit and to validate their claims through clinical trials.
If the device proves to be accurate, portable and effective, it could be used to screen travelers before they step on a flight or to test students and teachers before they head back into the classroom. It would also be used in the Medical Intensive Care Units and in every hospital and doctors office as a bedside test. Gouma said the breathalyzer technology may become the platform to help detect metabolic problems like cancer, Alzheimers disease or diabetes, by choosing the appropriate biomarker
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