Orientation and density control of bispecific anti-HER2 antibody on functionalized carbon nanotubes for amplifying effective binding reactivity to cancer cells

Title
Orientation and density control of bispecific anti-HER2 antibody on functionalized carbon nanotubes for amplifying effective binding reactivity to cancer cells
Authors
주재범
Keywords
HYDROPHOBICALLY-MODIFIED DEXTRAN; RAMAN-SPECTROSCOPY; BIOORTHOGONAL CHEMISTRY; PROTEIN MICROARRAYS; HER2 EXPRESSION; OPTICAL SENSORS; QUANTUM DOTS; NANOPARTICLES; FLUORESCENCE; POLYSTYRENE
Issue Date
2015-06
Publisher
ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
Citation
NANOSCALE, v. 7,no. 14 , Page. 6363-6373
Abstract
Nanomaterial bioconjugates have gained unabated interest in the field of sensing, imaging and therapy. As a conjugation process significantly affects the biological functions of proteins, it is crucial to attach them to nanomaterials with control over their orientation and the nanomaterial-to-protein ratio in order to amplify the binding efficiency of nanomaterial bioconjugates to targets. Here, we describe a targeting nanomaterial platform utilizing carbon nanotubes functionalized with a cotinine-modified dextran polymer and a bispecific anti-HER2 x cotinine tandem antibody. This new approach provides an effective control over antibody orientation and density on the surface of carbon nanotubes through site-specific binding between the anti-cotinine domain of the bispecific tandem antibody and the cotinine group of the functionalized carbon nanotubes. The developed synthetic carbon nanotube/bispecific tandem antibody conjugates (denoted as SNAs) show an effective binding affinity against HER2 that is three orders of magnitude higher than that of the carbon nanotubes bearing a randomly conjugated tandem antibody prepared by carbodiimide chemistry. As the density of a tandem antibody on SNAs increases, their effective binding affinity to HER2 increases as well. SNAs exhibit strong resonance Raman signals for signal transduction, and are successfully applied to the selective detection of HER2-overexpressing cancer cells.
URI
http://pubs.rsc.org/-/content/articlehtml/2015/nr/c4nr07305chttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/25803
ISSN
2040-3364; 2040-3372
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c4nr07305c
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