Manganese-based Nanoplatform as Metal Ion-Enhanced ROS Generator for Combined Chemodynamic/Photodynamic Therapy.

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Summary of "Manganese-based Nanoplatform as Metal Ion-Enhanced ROS Generator for Combined Chemodynamic/Photodynamic Therapy."

Reactive oxygen species (ROS) with strong oxidizing and high activity have been regarded as effective "weapon" for anti-tumor therapy, since it can induce organelle injury, oxidative damage and cell death. Herein, hollow structured manganese carbonate (MnCO3) nanocubes are fabricated and loaded with photosensitizer (chlorin e6, Ce6), obtaining a responsive nanoplatform H-MnCO3/Ce6-PEG (HMCP NCs). Two different approaches to upregulate intracellular ROS level were realized by HMCP NCs. On one hand, with irradiation of external laser, Ce6 could generate singlet oxygen (1O2) through multistep photochemical process applied in photodynamic therapy (PDT). On the other hand, MnCO3 could be specifically degraded into Mn2+ in acidic tumor microenvironment (TME), triggering Mn2+-activated Fenton-like reaction to convert endogenous H2O2 into hydroxyl radical (•OH). In vitro combined chemodynamic therapy (CDT) & PDT showed that the metal ion-enhanced ROS production could break the intracellular redox equilibrium, thus leading to cell death. In vivo combined CDT/PDT with HMCP NCs exhibited remarkably enhanced therapeutic efficacy in inhibiting tumor growth, without resulting in noticeable damage to normal tissues. This work presents a unique type of manganese based nanoplatform for efficiently generating ROS in solid tumors, favorable for ROS-involved therapeutic strategies.


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Name: ACS applied materials & interfaces
ISSN: 1944-8252


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