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2012  (5 / Total 98 )

  • 1
    Liu Z*, Huang J, Dong C, Cui L, Jin X, Jia B, Zhu Z, Li F, Wang F*. 99mTc-Labeled RGD-BBN Peptide for Small-Animal SPECT/CT of Lung Carcinoma. Mol Pharm. 2012, 9(5):1409-17.
  • 2
    Zhu Z, Miao W, Li Q, Dai H, Ma Q, Wang F, Yang A, Jia B, Jing X, Liu S, Shi J, Liu Z, Zhao Z, Wang F*, Li F*. 99mTc-3PRGD2 for Integrin Receptor Imaging of Lung Cancer: A Multicenter Study. J Nucl Med. 2012, 53(5):716–722.

    Abstract

    (99m)Tc-3PRGD2 is a new SPECT tracer targeting integrin α(V)β(3) receptor for detecting tumors, imaging angiogenesis, and evaluating tumor response to therapy. A multicenter study was designed to investigate the efficacy of (99m)Tc-3PRGD2 for the evaluation of patients with lung cancer.

    METHODS:

    Seventy patients (51 men, 19 women; mean age ± SD, 63 ± 9 y) with a suspected lung lesion and for whom definite pathologic diagnosis was finally obtained (malignant, n = 58; benign, n = 12) were recruited from 6 centers. Whole-body planar scanning and chest SPECT were performed at 1 and 4 h, respectively, after intravenous injection of 11.1 MBq/kg (0.3 mCi/kg) of (99m)Tc-3PRGD2. The images were read in consensus by 6 experienced nuclear medicine physicians masked to the source, history, and pathologic diagnosis. The tumor-to-background (T/B) ratios were calculated for semiquantitative analysis. A Student t test was used for statistical analysis, and a P value less than 0.05 was considered significant.

    RESULTS:

    With low (99m)Tc-3PRGD2 background in the lungs and mediastinum, most lung malignancies were prominent on the 1-h images (T/B ratio, 1.65 ± 0.47 for the planar imaging and 2.78 ± 1.52 for SPECT). The T/B ratios were significantly lower in the benign lesions (P < 0.05). The sensitivity was 88% for semiquantitative analysis and could reach 93%-97% in visual analysis when considering the volume effect, necrosis, and metastasis. However, the specificity was only 58%-67%. Most lymph node and bone metastases could also be detected.

    CONCLUSION:

    (99m)Tc-3PRGD2 imaging at 1 h is sensitive for the detection of lung cancer, meriting further investigation of (99m)Tc-3PRGD2 as a novel clinical tracer for integrin receptor imaging.

    http://dx.doi.org/10.2967/jnumed.111.098988

  • 3
    Luo H#, Shi J#, Jin H, Fan D, Lu L, Wang F*, Zhang Z*. An 125I-labeled octavalent peptide fluorescent nanoprobe for tumor-homing imaging in vivo. Biomaterials. 2012, 33(19):4843-50.

    Abstract

    Targeting radiopeptides are promising agents for radio-theranostics. However, in vivo evaluation of their targeting specificity is often obscured by their short biologic half-lives and low binding affinities. Here, we report an approach to efficiently examine targeting radiopeptides with a new class of octavalent peptide fluorescent nanoprobe (Octa-FNP) platform, which is composed of candidate targeting peptides and a tetrameric far-red fluorescent protein (tfRFP) scaffold. To shed light on this process, (125)I-Octa-FNP, (125)I-tfRFP and (125)I-peptide were synthesized, and their targeting functionalities were compared. Both fluorescence imaging and radioactive quantification results confirmed that (125)I-Octa-FNP had a significantly higher cellular binding capability than (125)I-tfRFP. In vivo biodistribution studies show that at 6 h post-injection, (125)I-Octa-FNP had 2-fold and 30-fold higher tumor uptake than that of (125)I-tfRFP and (125)I-peptide, respectively. Moreover, γ-imaging at 24 h post-injection revealed a remarkable accumulation of (125)I-Octa-FNP in the tumor while maintaining an extremely low background contrast, which was further confirmed by immunofluorescence analysis. These data suggested that, as an engineered and multivalent platform, Octa-FNP could enhance the tumor targeting of a designed peptide and provide excellent contrast radioimaging, making it a valuable tool for the evaluation of the targeting ability of specifically designed radiopeptides for cancer theranostics.

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biomaterials.2012.03.0

  • 4
    Cui L, Liu Z*, Jin X, Jia B, Li F, Wang F*. Evaluation of 188Re-MAG2-RGD-bombesin for potential prostate cancer therapy.Nucl Med Biol. 2012,

    Abstract

    Glu-RGD-bombesin (RGD-BBN) is a heterodimeric peptide that contains motifs recognizing both integrin α(v)β(3) and gastrin releasing peptide receptor (GRPR). We evaluated here (188)Re (t(1/2)=16.9 h) labeled RGD-BBN as a potential agent for radionuclide therapy of prostate cancer. RGD-BBN was conjugated with S-benzoylmercaptoacetylglycylglycyl (MAG(2)), and then labeled with (99m)Tc or (188)Re, respectively. The dual-receptor binding affinity of MAG(2)-RGD-BBN was investigated by a radioligand competition binding assay. Biodistribution study of (188)Re-MAG(2)-RGD-BBN was carried out in normal BALB/c mice and PC-3 human prostate tumor-bearing nude mice. Gamma imaging studies were performed in PC-3 tumor-bearing nude mice. Biodistribution in normal mice showed that both (99m)Tc and (188)Re-labeled MAG(2)-RGD-BBN possessed high pancreas uptake due to the high GRPR expression of this organ. Gamma imaging with both (99m)Tc and (188)Re-labeled RGD-BBN in PC-3 tumor-bearing nude mice demonstrated high tumor uptake. The PC-3 tumors were clearly visible at 1 postinjection, with high contrast to the contralateral background. The use of chelator MAG(2) enables successful and high-yield (99m)Tc and (188)Re radiolabeling of RGD-BBN with favorable tumor targeting specificity. Further optimization may allow potential clinical application of (188)Re-MAG(2)-RGD-BBN for tumor-targeted radionuclide therapy.

    http://de.doi.org/10.1016/j.nucmedbio.2012.11.002

  • 5
    Chen X, Cui MC, Deuther-Conrad W, Tu YF, Ma T, Xie Y, Jia B, Li Y, Xie F, Wang X, Steinbach J, Brust P, Liu BL, Jia HM. Synthesis and biological evaluation of a novel 99mTc cyclopentadienyl tricarbonyl complex ([(Cp-R)99mTc(CO)3]) for sigma-2 receptor tumor imaging. Bioorg Med Chem Lett. 2012, 22(20):6352-7.

    Abstract

    We report the design, synthesis and biological evaluation of a novel (99m)Tc 4-(4-cyclohexylpiperazine-1-yl)-butan-1-one-1-cyclopentadienyltricarbonyl technetium ([(99m)Tc]5) as a potential SPECT tracer for imaging of σ(2) receptors in tumors. [(99m)Tc]5 was prepared in 25±5% isolated radiochemical yield with radiochemical purity of >99% via double-ligand transfer (DLT) reaction from the ferrocene precursor 2b (4-(4-cyclohexylpiperazine-1-yl)-1-ferrocenylbutan-1-one). The corresponding Re-complex 4 and the ferrocenyl complex 2b showed relatively high affinity towards σ(2) receptors in in vitro competition binding assay (K(i) values of 4 and 2b were 64.4±18.5 nM and 43.6±21.3 nM, respectively) and moderate to high selectivity versus σ(1) receptors (K(i)σ(1)/K(i)σ(2) ratios were 12.5 and 95.5, respectively). The logD value of [(99m)Tc]5 was determined to be 2.52±0.33. Biodistribution studies in mice revealed comparably high initial brain uptake of [(99m)Tc]5 and slow washout. Administration of haloperidol 5 min prior to injection of [(99m)Tc]5 significantly reduced the radiotracer uptake in brain, heart, lung, and spleen by 40-50% at 2h p.i.. Moreover, [(99m)Tc]5 showed high uptake in C6 glioma cell lines (8.6%) after incubation for 1h. Blocking with haloperidol to compete with [(99m)Tc]5 significantly reduced the cell uptake. Preliminary blocking study in C6-brain-tumor bearing rats showed that [(99m)Tc]5 binds to σ receptors in the brain-tumor specifically. These results are encouraging for further exploration of (99m)Tc-labeled probes for σ(2) receptor tumor imaging in vivo.

    Copyright © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.08.083

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