Triazibe-Based Tripod Linker System for Drug Delivery and Diagnosis
This tumor-targeted drug delivery system uses biotin as a tumor targeting moiety and taxoid-camptothecin combination. Background: Combination therapy is the primary treatment option against cancer, because multiple agents in combination, synergistically improve efficacy and are less prone to resistance due to their distinct action mechanisms. Despite these advantages, lack of tumor specificity continues to be a serious issue in combination therapy, thus resulting in a need to develop an efficient vehicle for targeted drug delivery. Technology Overview: Researchers at Stony Brook University have invented a robust tumor targeted drug delivery system (TTDDS) that consist of (a) triazine based tripod splitter module (b) two-drug payload feature (c) self immolative disulfide linkers for drug release, and (d) PEG linkers to improve solubility. Using biotin as a tumor targeting moiety and taxoid-camptothecin combination in the TTDDS, the in vitro data demonstrates a twofold improvement in selectivity and a cooperative effect in efficacy.
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Amenable to fluorescent coupling and PET, SPECT, and MRI imaging
Deliver two different drugs to a tumor Applications: Tumor-targeting drug delivery and diagnosis Intellectual Property Summary: Patent application submitted Stage of Development: US Utility Pending (# 15/127,083) Licensing Potential: Licensing Licensing Status: Available for License. Stony Brook University seek to develop and commercialize, by an exclusive or non-exclusive license agreement and/or sponsored research, with a company active in the area. #8613 Additional Information: tumor,targeted drug delivery,drug delivery,drug delivery system,delivery system,combination therapy,cancer,linker,drug release,tumor targeting,targeting,drug combination,spect,imaging,targeting drug,diagnosis,cancer treatment,oncology,oncology imaging,oncology diagnostic,oncology therapeutic,oncology therapy,cancer drug delivery,cancer imaging,imaging cancer,tumour targeting,cancer diagnosis,cancer diagnostic,cancer diagnostics,cancer diagonstics,fluorescence imaging,pet imaging,pet imaging cancer,linker technologies,linker technology,linkers,cancer target,cancer targets,cancer therapies,cancer therapy https://stonybrook.technologypublisher.com/files/sites/usqvo8ldtkcb8alxzr0r_mri-glioma.jpg Please note, header image is purely illustrative. Source: Wellcome Collection, CC BY 4.0.