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Bioadhesive properties of Gantrez nanoparticles
Authors: Irache, J.M. (Juan Manuel)
Huici, M. (M.)
Konecny, M. (Mónica)
Espuelas, S. (S.)
Campanero, M.A. (Miguel Angel)
Arbos, P. (P.)
Keywords: Nanoparticles
Bioadhesive
Gantrez
Oral administration
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: MDPI AG
ISSN: 1420-3049
Citation: Irache JM, Huici M, Konecny M, Espuelas S, Campanero MA, Arbos P. Bioadhesive properties of Gantrez nanoparticles. Molecules 2005 Jan 31;10(1):126-145.
Abstract
Bioadhesive nanoparticles have been proposed as carriers for the oral delivery of poorly available drugs and facilitate the use of this route. This work summarises some experiments describing the bioadhesive potential of Gantrez nanoparticles fluorescently labeled with rhodamine B isothiocyanate. The adhesive potential of Gantrez was found to be stronger when folded as nanoparticles than in the solubilised form. Conventional nanoparticles displayed a tropism for the upper areas of the gastrointestinal tract, with a maximum of adhesion 30 min post-administration and a decrease in the adhered fraction along the time depending on the given dose. The cross-linkage of nanoparticles with increasing amounts of 1,3-diaminopropane stabilised the resulting carriers and prolonged their half-life in an aqueous environment; although, the adhesive capacity of nanoparticles, the intensity and the relative duration of the adhesive interactions within the gut as a function of the cross-linking degree. Finally, nanoparticles were coated with either gelatin or albumin. In the first case, the presence of gelatin dramatically decreased the initial capacity of these carriers to interact with the gut mucosa and the intensity of these phenomenons. In the latter, bovine serum albumin coated nanoparticles (BSA-NP) showed an important tropism for the stomach mucosa without further significant distribution to other parts of the gut mucosa.
Permanent link: http://hdl.handle.net/10171/17101
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