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Inflammation-targeting polymeric nanoparticles deliver sparfloxacin and tacrolimus for combating acute lung sepsis.

炎症靶向聚合物纳米粒递送司帕沙星和他克莫司用于对抗急性肺脓毒症。

  • 影响因子:7.82
  • DOI:10.1016/j.jconrel.2020.02.030
  • 作者列表:"Yang Y","Ding Y","Fan B","Wang Y","Mao Z","Wang W","Wu J
  • 发表时间:2020-02-19
Abstract

:Sepsis is a complex disorder with very high morbidity and mortality; it can occur when an immune disorder triggers an invasion of pathogens in the host. Although many potential anti-infective and immunosuppressive treatments have been reported, we still do not have effective means of treating sepsis in clinic. The aim of this study is to develop a nanomaterial system that targets the site of inflammation and carries a combination of multiple drugs to better treat sepsis and alleviate its symptoms. We selected poly(lactide-co-glycolide acid) (PLGA) with good biocompatibility and degradability to prepare the nanoparticles (NPs) loaded with broad-spectrum antibiotic Sparfloxacin (SFX) and anti-inflammatory immunosuppressant Tacrolimus (TAC) by an emulsion-solvent evaporation method. The targeting ability of the NPs toward inflammatory sites is endowed by grafting of the γ3 peptide (NNQKIVNLKEKVAQLEA) that can specifically bind to the intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (ICAM-1), which is highly expressed on the surface of inflammatory endothelial cells. The drug loaded γ3-PLGA NPs have excellent cytocompatibility, low hemolysis ratio, and systemic toxicity. The drug loaded γ3-PLGA NPs also have excellent antibacterial property to both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria and can effectively reduce the inflammation and immune response in acute lung infection mice. This study provides a simple and robust nanoplatform to treat lung infection induced sepsis, which may pave a way to design multifunctional nanomedicine for clinical translation.

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: 脓毒症是一种复杂的疾病,具有非常高的发病率和死亡率; 当免疫紊乱触发宿主中病原体的入侵时,它可以发生。虽然目前已经报道了许多潜在的抗感染和免疫抑制治疗方法,但临床上仍没有有效的治疗手段。本研究的目的是开发一种靶向炎症部位的纳米材料系统,并携带多种药物的组合,以更好地治疗脓毒症并缓解其症状。我们选用具有良好生物相容性和降解性的聚乳酸-乙交酸共聚物 (PLGA) 制备了负载广谱抗生素司帕沙星 (SFX) 的纳米粒 (NPs)。和抗炎免疫抑制剂他克莫司 (TAC) 通过乳化-溶剂蒸发法。NPs 对炎症部位的靶向能力是通过移植可与细胞间粘附分子-1 (ICAM-1) 特异性结合的 γ 3 肽 (NNQKIVNLKEKVAQLEA) 赋予的, 其在炎症内皮细胞表面高度表达。载药 γ 3-plga NPs 具有优良的细胞相容性、低溶血比和全身毒性。载药 γ 3-plga NPs 对革兰阳性菌和革兰阴性菌均具有良好的抗菌性能,可有效减轻急性肺部感染小鼠的炎症和免疫反应。这项研究提供了一个简单而强大的纳米平台来治疗肺部感染诱导的脓毒症,这可能为设计用于临床转化的多功能纳米药物铺平道路。

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