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Molecular Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Prostate Tumor Using Peptide Targeted Nanoglobular Contrast Agent
Tan MQ(谭明乾); Ma XJ(马小军); Lv ZR(吕正荣); MingqianTan
Source Publication会议资料汇编
Conference NameInternational Development and Research Institution Mission to Chongqing-International Conference of Nanobiotechnology and Microsystem Innovative Industrialization
Conference Date2011-10-22
2011
Conference Place重庆
Alternative Title多肽靶向球状造影剂用于前列腺癌核磁共振分子成像
Pages37-0
Publisher待补充
Publication Place待补充
Cooperation Status分会特邀报告
Department1802
Funding Organization中国科技部,重庆市人民政府
AbstractMolecular imaging of tumor biomarkers has a potential to accurately diagnose malignant tumors at its earliest stage. Molecular MRI of cancer-related fibronectin in tumor stroma was investigated with a targeted contrast agent (CA) in a mouse orthotopic PC-3 prostate cancer model. A CLT1 (CGLIIQKNEC) cyclic peptide targeted generation 2 nanoglobular Gd-DOTA monoamide conjugate (CLT1-targeted MRI CA) was used for imaging fibronectin in tumor stroma. A conjugate of peptide KAREC was used as a control MRI CA (non-targeted control). Orthotopic PC-3 prostate tumors were established in the prostate of athymic nude male mice. Tumor binding of CLT1 peptide was examined by fluorescence imaging with fluorescently tagged peptide probes. MR imaging was performed with the mice bearing orthotopic PC-3 prostate tumors on a Bruker Biospec 7T animal MRI scanner. CLT1 showed specific binding in the prostate tumor without binding in normal tissues. The control peptide had little binding in both normal and tumor tissues. The CLT1-targeted MRI CA resulted in stronger contrast enhancement in the tumor tissue than the control MRI CA. CLT1-targeted MRI CA is a promising molecular MRI contrast agent for fibronectin in the tumor stroma. It has a potential for the diagnosis and assessing prognosis of malignant tumors with MRI.; Molecular imaging of tumor biomarkers has a potential to accurately diagnose malignant tumors at its earliest stage. Molecular MRI of cancer-related fibronectin in tumor stroma was investigated with a targeted contrast agent (CA) in a mouse orthotopic PC-3 prostate cancer model. A CLT1 (CGLIIQKNEC) cyclic peptide targeted generation 2 nanoglobular Gd-DOTA monoamide conjugate (CLT1-targeted MRI CA) was used for imaging fibronectin in tumor stroma. A conjugate of peptide KAREC was used as a control MRI CA (non-targeted control). Orthotopic PC-3 prostate tumors were established in the prostate of athymic nude male mice. Tumor binding of CLT1 peptide was examined by fluorescence imaging with fluorescently tagged peptide probes. MR imaging was performed with the mice bearing orthotopic PC-3 prostate tumors on a Bruker Biospec 7T animal MRI scanner. CLT1 showed specific binding in the prostate tumor without binding in normal tissues. The control peptide had little binding in both normal and tumor tissues. The CLT1-targeted MRI CA resulted in stronger contrast enhancement in the tumor tissue than the control MRI CA. CLT1-targeted MRI CA is a promising molecular MRI contrast agent for fibronectin in the tumor stroma. It has a potential for the diagnosis and assessing prognosis of malignant tumors with MRI.
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://cas-ir.dicp.ac.cn/handle/321008/116113
Collection中国科学院大连化学物理研究所
Corresponding AuthorMingqianTan
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Tan MQ,Ma XJ,Lv ZR,et al. Molecular Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Prostate Tumor Using Peptide Targeted Nanoglobular Contrast Agent[C]. 待补充:待补充,2011:37-0.
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