Facile Method To Radiolabel Glycol Chitosan Nanoparticles with 64Cu via Copper-Free Click Chemistry for MicroPET Imaging
- Facile Method To Radiolabel Glycol Chitosan Nanoparticles with 64Cu via Copper-Free Click Chemistry for MicroPET Imaging
- 이동은; 나진희; 이상민; Choong Mo Kang; Hun Nyun Kim; 한승진; 김현준; Yearn Seong Choe; Kyung-Ho Jung; Kyo Chul Lee; 최귀원; 권익찬; 정서영; Kyung-Han Lee; 김광명
- radiolabeling; nanoparticles; copper-free click chemistry; microPET imaging
- Issue Date
- Molecular pharmaceutics
- VOL 10, NO 6, 2190-2198
- An efficient and straightforward method for radiolabeling nanoparticles is urgently needed to understand the in vivo biodistribution of nanoparticles. Herein, we investigated a facile and highly efficient strategy to prepare radiolabeled glycol chitosan nanoparticles with 64Cu via a
strain-promoted azide−alkyne cycloaddition strategy, which is often referred to as click chemistry. First, the azide (N3) group, which allows for the preparation of radiolabeled nanoparticles
by copper-free click chemistry, was incorporated to glycol chitosan nanoparticles (CNPs). Second, the strained cyclooctyne derivative, dibenzyl cyclooctyne (DBCO) conjugated with a1,4,7,10-tetraazacyclododecane-1,4,7,10-tetraacetic acid (DOTA) chelator, was synthesized for preparing the preradiolabeled alkyne complex with 64Cu radionuclide. Following incubation with the 64Cu-radiolabeled DBCO complex (DBCO-PEG4-Lys- DOTA-64Cu with high specific activity, 18.5 GBq/μmol), the azide-functionalized CNPs were radiolabeled successfully with 64Cu, with a high radiolabeling efficiency and a high radiolabeling yield (>98%). Importantly, the radiolabeling of CNPs by copper-free click chemistry was accomplished within 30 min, with great efficiency in aqueous conditions. In addition, we found that the 64Cu-radiolabeled CNPs (64Cu-CNPs) did not show any significant effect on the physicochemical properties, such as size, zeta potential, or spherical morphology. After 64Cu-CNPs were intravenously administered to tumor-bearing mice, the realtime, in vivo biodistribution and tumor-targeting ability of 64Cu-CNPs were quantitatively evaluated by microPET images of tumor-bearing mice. These results demonstrate the benefit of copper-free click chemistry as a facile, preradiolabeling approach to conveniently radiolabel nanoparticles for evaluating the real-time in vivo biodistribution of nanoparticles.
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