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Effect of targeting treatment of mitomycin C immunoconjugate on stomach neoplasm

	author = {Ling-Ji Chen and Su-Yin Zhang and Jia-Liu Zhang and Zhou Zhang and Song Li and Min Chen and Xue-Yong Zhang and Xi-Tao Chen},
	title = {Effect of targeting treatment of mitomycin C immunoconjugate on stomach neoplasm},
	journal = {Acta Pharmacologica Sinica},
	volume = {14},
	number = {6},
	year = {2016},
	keywords = {},
	abstract = {An anti-gastric cancer monoclonal antibody MGb2-mitomycin C conjugate via dextran T-70 as intermediate (MGb2-PAD-MMC) was produced, and 28-30 g molecules of MMC were introduced into 1 g molecule of MGb2. Ninety-six hours after ip of 125I-MGb2-PAD-MMC (1.48 MBq/22 micrograms MGb2 per mouse) to nude mice bearing human gastric cancer SGC-7901, the tumor tissue:blood (T/NT) radioactivity ratio was 2.6, very much higher than that of the control 125I-normal IgG-PAD-MMC group (T/NT = 0.20). Single photo computed tomography imaging confirmed the results of biodistribution study. MGb2-PAD-MMC exhibited selective killing action on the SGC-7901 cells in vitro, which was considered to be mediated by monoclonal antibody MGb2. Nude mice inoculated with SGC-7901 xenograft in bilateral subrenal capsule were treated by MMC (ip), human recombinant interferon-alpha (Hu-IFN-alpha im), MGb2-PAD-MMC (ip) and MGb2-PAD-MMC+Hu-IFN-alpha daily for 5 d beginning 4 h after inoculation. The efficacy of the reagents estimated by the reduction of tumor size and calculated by T/C (%), was 28.3%, 16.4%, 47.8%, and 83.1%, respectively. These results demonstrated that the antitumor effect of MGb2-PAD-MMC was superior to free MMC, and that the Hu-IFN-alpha might further enhance the action of MGb2-PAD-MMC.},
	issn = {1745-7254},	url = {}