Molecular Imaging Techniques to Study the Biodistribution of Orally Administered (99m)Tc-Labelled Naive and Ligand-Tagged Nanoparticles
Areses P, Agüeros MT, Quincoces G [ES], Collantes M, Richter JA [ES], López-Sánchez LM, Sánchez-Martínez M, Irache JM, Peñuelas I [ES].
Radiopharmacy Unit, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Clínica Universidad de Navarra, University Clinic of Navarra, 31008, Pamplona, Spain
Revisão:Molecular Imaging and Biology
Data: 16/Dez/2010Unidad de Radiofarmacia [ES] Medicina Nuclear [ES]
Study by molecular imaging the biodistribution of poly(anhydride) nanoparticles after oral administration.
Poly (anhydride) nanoparticles (NP) and cyclodextrin-tagged nanoparticles (CD-NP) were radiolabelled with (99m)Tc. Radiochemical purity was measured with a double-solvent chromatography system and the absence of undesirable components was confirmed by size and polydispersion measurement of the technetium-labelled nanoparticles by photon correlation spectroscopy. Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) fused computed tomography (CT) in vivo molecular imaging was used for biodistribution studies in small animals.
SPECT-CT images revealed activity only in the gastrointestinal tract. Thirteen percent of the given dose of CD-NP and 3% of the given dose of conventional NP were found in the stomach at 8 h.
No evidence of translocation or distribution out of gastrointestinal tract was found. CD-NP moved significantly more slowly inside the gut than conventional NP, probably due to their physico-chemical structure that allows stronger interactions with the gut mucosa.
CITAÇÃO DO ARTIGO Mol Imaging Biol. 2010 Dec 16
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