A facile strategy for fine-tuning the stability and drug release of stimuli-responsive cross-linked micellar nanoparticles towards precision drug delivery

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Precision drug delivery has a great impact on the application of precision oncology for better patient care. Here we report a facile strategy for fine-tuning the stability, drug release and responsiveness of stimuli-responsive cross-linked nanoparticles towards precision drug delivery. A series of micellar nanoparticles with different levels of intramicellar disulfide crosslinkages could be conveniently produced with a mixed micelle approach. These micellar nanoparticles were all within a size range of 25-40 nm so that they could take full advantage of the enhanced permeability and retention (EPR) effect for tumor-targeted drug delivery. The properties of these nanoparticles such as critical micelle concentration (CMC), stability, drug release and responsiveness to a reductive environment could be well correlated with the levels of crosslinking (LOC). Compared to the micellar nanoparticles with a LOC at 0% that caused the death of animals of two species (mouse and rat) due to the acute toxicity such as hemolysis, the nanoparticles at all other levels of crosslinking were much safer to be administered into animals. The in vitro antitumor efficacy of micellar nanoparticles crosslinked at lower levels (20% & 50%) were much more effective than that of 100% crosslinked micellar nanoparticles in SKOV-3 ovarian cancer cells.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)7765-7770
Number of pages6
JournalNanoscale
Volume9
Issue number23
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 21 2017

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Drug delivery
Tuning
Nanoparticles
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Crosslinking
Animals
Oncology
Critical micelle concentration
Micelles
Disulfides
Toxicity
Rats
Tumors
Cells

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