RADIOFREQUENCY-INDUCED SYNCHRONIZATION OF IN SITU HYPERTHERMIA AND CHEMOTHERAPY VIA MAGNETIC-NANOCONJUGATES

Dar-Bin Shieh (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

The present invention relates to a magnetic nanoparticle for tumor therapy, comprising: a magnetic core; a shell encapsulating a surface of the magnetic core, wherein the shell is made of a polymer with carboxylic groups; a poly-nucleotide chain connected to a surface of the shell; an anti-tumor drug connected to the poly-nucleotide chain, wherein the anti-tumor drug comprises at least one functional group, and each of the functional group is independently a pyrimidine group or a purine group; and an antibody connected to the shell, wherein the antibody identifies a target tumor. In addition, the present invention further provides a method for manufacturing the magnetic nanoparticles for tumor therapy and a pharmaceutical composition containing the magnetic nanoparticles. Accordingly, the magnetic nanoparticle for tumor therapy of the present invention can achieve effective treatment of tumor by synergistic effects between hyperthermia and targeted chemotherapy.
Translated title of the contribution促進抗癌藥效之磁性奈米粒子
Original languageEnglish
Patent number9351941
Publication statusPublished - 2013 Dec 19

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