Delivery of cancer drug candidates using core-shell environmentally responsive nanoparticles

Sriya Sanyal, Huang C. Huang, Kaushal Rege, Lenore Dai

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Abstract

It is possible to obtain intracellular drug delivery through some physical methods such as the microinjection/gene gun and hydrodynamics but there is concern that these techniques cause tissue damage. This is why most efforts focus on developing drug delivery vehicles that coat or encapsulate drugs and deliver them efficiently to the desired target. Surfactant free emulsion polymerization is used to synthesize the nanoparticles as this allows control over the size of nanoparticles. As no surfactant is used to stabilize the system, the formed nanoparticles are easily cleaned. This is an excellent process to make pure synthetic nanoparticles for biological applications. We have recently developed core (polymer)-shell (silica) nanoparticles that are promising candidates for the delivery of hydrophobic (e.g. anti-mitochondrial) drugs. A drug has been loaded in the polymeric cores during formation of the nanoparticles. An investigation into drug loading and release properties of the nanoparticles has been carried out. Thermally responsive polymers have been integrated into the cores of the nanoparticles in order to develop smart drug delivery vehicles that can be remotely triggered for releasing the drug at the tumor site. In vitro uptake of nanoparticle-mediated delivery using dye as model drug was also observed using prostate cancer cell lines. Also cytotoxicity studies using the drug loaded nanoparticles was done and showed promising cell death compared to the controls.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationParticle Technology Forum - Core Programming Topic at the 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting
PublisherAIChE
Pages257-264
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)9781618397249
StatePublished - Jan 1 2011
EventParticle Technology Forum - Core Programming Topic at the 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting - Minneapolis, United States
Duration: Oct 16 2011Oct 21 2011

Other

OtherParticle Technology Forum - Core Programming Topic at the 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting
CountryUnited States
CityMinneapolis
Period10/16/1110/21/11

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cancer
candidacy
Nanoparticles
drug
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Drug delivery
Surface-Active Agents
Polymers
Surface active agents
Emulsion polymerization
Cell death
Cytotoxicity
Silicon Dioxide
Tumors
damages
Coloring Agents
Hydrodynamics
Dyes
Genes
Silica

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Chemical Health and Safety
  • Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality
  • Safety Research

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Sanyal, S., Huang, H. C., Rege, K., & Dai, L. (2011). Delivery of cancer drug candidates using core-shell environmentally responsive nanoparticles. In Particle Technology Forum - Core Programming Topic at the 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting (pp. 257-264). AIChE.

Delivery of cancer drug candidates using core-shell environmentally responsive nanoparticles. / Sanyal, Sriya; Huang, Huang C.; Rege, Kaushal; Dai, Lenore.

Particle Technology Forum - Core Programming Topic at the 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting. AIChE, 2011. p. 257-264.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Sanyal, S, Huang, HC, Rege, K & Dai, L 2011, Delivery of cancer drug candidates using core-shell environmentally responsive nanoparticles. in Particle Technology Forum - Core Programming Topic at the 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting. AIChE, pp. 257-264, Particle Technology Forum - Core Programming Topic at the 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, United States, 10/16/11.
Sanyal S, Huang HC, Rege K, Dai L. Delivery of cancer drug candidates using core-shell environmentally responsive nanoparticles. In Particle Technology Forum - Core Programming Topic at the 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting. AIChE. 2011. p. 257-264
Sanyal, Sriya ; Huang, Huang C. ; Rege, Kaushal ; Dai, Lenore. / Delivery of cancer drug candidates using core-shell environmentally responsive nanoparticles. Particle Technology Forum - Core Programming Topic at the 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting. AIChE, 2011. pp. 257-264
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