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Synthesis & Evaluation of Novel Mannosylated Neoglycolipids for Liposomal Delivery System Applications


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Mousavifar, Leila; Lewicky, Jordan D.; Taponard, Alexis; Bagul, Rahul; Rivat, Madleen; Abdullayev, Shuay; Martel, Alexandrine L.; Fraleigh, Nya L.; Nakamura, Arnaldo; Veyrier, Frédéric ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8574-0547; Le, Hoang-Thanh et Roy, René (2022). Synthesis & Evaluation of Novel Mannosylated Neoglycolipids for Liposomal Delivery System Applications Pharmaceutics , vol. 14 , nº 2300. pp. 1-23. DOI: 10.3390/pharmaceutics14112300.

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Glycosylated NPs, including liposomes, are known to target various receptors involved in cellular carbohydrate transport, of which the mannoside binding receptors are attracting particular attention for their expression on various immune cells, cancers, and cells involved in maintaining central nervous system (CNS) integrity. As part of our interest in NP drug delivery, mannosylated glycoliposomal delivery systems formed from the self-assembly of amphiphilic neoglycolipids were developed, with a C(12)-alkyl mannopyranoside (ML-C(12)) being identified as a lead compoundcapable of entrapping, protecting, and improving the delivery of structurally diverse payloads. However, ML-C(12) was not without limitations in both the synthesis of the glycolipids, and the physicochemical properties of the resulting glycoliposomes. Herein, the chemical syntheses of a novel series of mannosylated neoglycolipids are reported with the goal of further improving on the previous ML-C(12) glyconanoparticles. The current work aimed to use a self-contingent strategy which overcomes previous synthetic limitations to produce neoglycolipids that have one exposed mannose residue, an aromatic scaffold, and two lipid tails with varied alkyl chains. The azido-ending carbohydrates and the carboxylic acid-ending lipid tails were ligated using a new one-pot modified Staudinger chemistry that differed advantageously to previous syntheses. The formation of stable neoglycoliposomes of controllable and ideal sizes (≈100-400 nm) was confirmed via dynamic light scattering (DLS) experiments and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Beyond chemical advantages, the present study further aimed to establish potential improvements in the biological activity of the neoglycoliposomes. Concanavalin A (Con A) agglutination studies demonstrated efficient and stable cross-linking abilities dependent on the length of the linkers and lipid tails. The efficacy of the glycoliposomes in improving cytosolic uptake was investigated using Nile Red as probe in immune and cancer cell lines. Preliminary ex vivo safety assessments showed that the mannosylated glycoliposomes are hemocompatible, and non-immunogenic. Finally, using a model peptide therapeutic, the relative entrapment capacity and plasma stability of the optimal glycoliposome delivery system was evaluated and compared to the previous neoglycoliposomes. Overall, the new lead glycoliposome showed improved biological activity over ML-C(12), in addition to having several chemical benefits including the lack of stereocenters, a longer linker allowing better sugar availability, and ease of synthesis using novel one-pot modified Staudinger chemistry.

Type de document: Article
Mots-clés libres: drug delivery; dynantin; liposomes; mannose.
Centre: Centre INRS-Institut Armand Frappier
Date de dépôt: 03 févr. 2024 18:27
Dernière modification: 03 févr. 2024 18:31
URI: https://espace.inrs.ca/id/eprint/13432

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