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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-350063


<p><b>OBJECTIVE</b>To Prepare surface functional magnetic microspheres for the separation of vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) nucleic acid and lactase enzyme immobilization.</p><p><b>METHODS</b>Using suspension polymerization methods to copolymerize MA-styrene containing magnetite nanoparticles and GMA-styrene also containing magnetite nanoparticles, respectively. Both the carboxyl-modified magnetic microspheres and epoxy-modified magnetic microspheres were obtained. In addition, the chloromethyl-modified magnetic microspheres were prepared by seedy microemulsion. The magnetic microspheres bound with b-gamma IgG were determined by radioimmunoassay (RIA), and the separation of VEGF nucleic acid and lactase enzyme immobilization were performed by carboxyl-modified magnetic microspheres.</p><p><b>RESULTS</b>Transmission electron microscopy (TEM), energy-dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) and infrared (IR) spectra showed that the products of polymer magnetic microspheres were monodispersed and that the magnetic particles were uniformly distributed in the microsphere with special functional group on the surface of the microsphere. RIA showed that three kinds of magnetic microspheres could be bound with b-gamma IgG and the absorption of b-gamma IgG reached 75 micrograms/mg, especially for the carboxyl-modified magnetic microspheres. The carboxyl-modified magnetic microspheres can be used for the separation of VEGF nucleic acid by coupling with corresponding primer. Moreover, the immobilized enzyme was proportional to the amount of the carboxyl-modified magnetic microspheres.</p><p><b>CONCLUSIONS</b>The surface functional magnetic polymer microspheres can be bound with active bio-substance, and have a wide application prospect in the fields of biology and medicine.</p>

Adsorption , Endothelial Growth Factors , Chemistry , Enzymes, Immobilized , Immunoglobulin G , Lactase , Metabolism , Magnetics , Microspheres , Nanotechnology , Nucleic Acids , Particle Size
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-679361


Objective To observe the therapeutic response of liver tumors by arterial embolization hyperthermia with Nano Superparamagnetic Iodized Oil(NSIO)using rabbit VX2 liver tumor model.Methods A total 24 rabbits containing experimental hepatic tumors were randomly assigned to one of four groups as follows:NSIO embolization hyperthermia group(group A),Lipidol embolization group(group B),NSIO embolization group(group C),and contronl group(group D),each groups contain 6 VX2 rabbits.Fourteen days after implantation of the experimental hepatic tumor,VX2 rabbits were treated.In group A group B and group C,the rabbits hepatic proper artery were selectively catheterized by 3 Fr microcatheters via right femoral artery under fluoroscopic guidance.10% NSIO 0.5 ml(group A and group C)or Lipidol 0.5 ml(group B)infused into proper hepatic artery.Three days after embolization,the rabbits in group A and group B were exposed to gap-type alternating magnetic field for 30 minutes,while rabbits in group C and group D have not been exposed to alternating magnetic field.The liver tumor size were measured by CT scanning before and 14 days after treatment then the animals were sacrificed,the liver,lung,heart spleen and kidney were harvested for histopathology examination,the liver tumor size were detected directly. Results All subjects experienced uneventful 14 days surivials,on the biochemical examination,there were no changes about the function of liver and renal in each group 14 days after treatment compare to pre- treatment.Fourteen days after treatment,the tumor size decreased by 8.09% in group A,but increased by 9.72% and 13.00%(P<0.05)in group B and group C respectively,in group D,the tumor size increased by 57.50%(P<0.01).In histopathology examination,the tumor necrosis in three treatment groups were manifest,particular in group A.Conclusion Arterial embolization hyperthermia with NSIO has obvious therapeutic response to experimental hepatic tumors,it encourages further development of this technology for the treatment of liver cancer in humans.