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Preparation and evaluation of paclitaxel-loaded reactive oxygen species and glutathione redox-responsive poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) nanoparticles for controlled release in tumor cells - Supplementary dataset

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posted on 2023-01-13, 10:42 authored by Siying WangSiying Wang, Feng Han, Lanlan Xie, Yanjie LiuYanjie Liu, Qilei Yang, Dongmei Zhao, Xiuhua Zhao

Aim: To formulate and assess the anticancer effect of the poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) (PLGA) copolymer

with the thioether groups (diethyl sulfide [Des]) and disulfide bond (cystamine containing disulfide [Cys]),

which encapsulated the anticancer drug paclitaxel (PTX) and triggered PTX release in cancer cell H2O2-

rich or glutathione-rich surroundings. Methods: PLGA-b-P (Des@Cys) and PLGA-b-P nanoparticles loaded

with PTX were prepared and characterized in vitro. The delivery ability of the PLGA-b-P nanoparticles

and PLGA-b-P-PTX nanoparticles was assessed on a CT26 (mouse colon cancer cell line) and mouse lung

cancer LLC model. Results: The nanoparticles were successfully prepared. Compared with free PTX, the

formulated PLGA-b-P nanoparticles loaded with PTX exhibited greater accumulation at the tumor site

in the mouse model. Conclusion: PLGA-b-P nanoparticles promote drug accumulation at tumor sites,

providing an effective strategy for an intelligent, responsive drug-delivery system.


Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, (Grant / Award Number: '2572016CA12','2572020AW23')

Inner Mongolia Natural Science Foundation-Doctoral Foundation Project, (Grant / Award Number: '2021BS03037')

Heilongjiang Touyan Innovation Team Program (Tree Genetics and Breeding Innovation Team), the 111 Project (B20088) (Grant / Award Number: 'B20088')