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Title: Different radiolabelling methods alter the pharmacokinetic and biodistribution properties of Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor Type 2 (PAI-2) forms
Authors: Ranson, M
Berghofer, PJ
Vine, KL
Greguric, I
Shepherd, R
Katsifis, A
Keywords: Plasminogen
Enzyme inhibitors
Laboratory animals
Single photon emission computed tomography
Kinetics
Pharmacology
Technetium
Neoplasms
Tumor cells
Issue Date: 1-Aug-2012
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.
Citation: Ranson, M., Berghofer, P., Vine, K. L., Greguric, I., Shepherd, R., & Katsifis, A. (2012). Different radiolabelling methods alter the pharmacokinetic and biodistribution properties of plasminogen activator inhibitor Type 2 (PAI-2) forms. Nuclear Medicine and Biology, 39(6), 833-839. doi:10.1016/j.nucmedbio.2012.01.006
Abstract: Introduction Tumour-associated urokinase plasminogen activator (uPA) is a critical marker of invasion and metastasis, and it is recognised as having strong prognostic relevance as well as being a therapeutic target. The specific uPA inhibitor plasminogen activator inhibitor type-2 (PAI-2, SerpinB2) specifically targets cell bound uPA and is internalised. Furthermore, preclinical studies have established the “proof-of-principle” of uPA-targeting by PAI-2-cytotoxin conjugates in human carcinoma models. However, these studies also suggest that PAI-2 is rapidly cleared via the renal system with low total dose reaching the tumour. In this study, a comparative single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) and biodistribution (BD) analysis of different forms of PAI-2 labelled with the radioisotopes iodine-123 (123I) and technetium-99m (99mTc) was undertaken. Methods The pharmacokinetic (PK) properties and BD of wild-type, ΔCD-loop and PEGylated ΔCD-loop PAI-2 labelled with the commonly used diagnostic SPECT radioisotopes 99mTc or 123I were compared in mouse models of human prostate carcinoma. Whole body SPECT imaging was also performed. Results Both wild-type and the shorter but active ΔCD-loop form of PAI-2 123I-labelled indirectly via conjugation to free amine groups (termed 123I-Bn-PAI-2) exhibited low tumour uptake, rapid excretion and similar PK profiles. Preliminary studies with a short branched-chain PEGylated 123I-Bn-PAI-2 ΔCD-loop indicated an increase in blood retention time and tumour uptake. All 123I-Bn-labelled radiotracers were largely excreted through the kidneys. By comparison, both wild-type 123I-PAI-2 (labelled directly via tyrosine residues) and 99mTc-PAI-2 displayed different PK/BD patterns compared to 123I-Bn-PAI-2, suggesting greater liver based catabolism and thus slower elimination. SPECT imaging mimicked the BD results of all radiotracers. © 2020 Elsevier B.V. Conclusion The different labelling methods gave distinct PAI-2 BD and tumour uptake profiles, with radioiodination resulting in the best non-tumour organ clearance profiles. Preliminary analyses with short branched-chain PEGylated 123I-Bn-PAI-2 ΔCD-loop suggest that further investigations with other PEGylation reagents are required to optimise this approach for tumour imaging. These findings impact on the use of PAI-2 for drug delivery and/or diagnostic development. © 2012 Published by Elsevier Inc.
Gov't Doc #: 8867
URI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nucmedbio.2012.01.006
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ISSN: 0969-8051
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