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PEG-Poly(amino acid)s/MicroRNA Complex Nanoparticles Effectively Arrest the Growth and Metastasis of Colorectal Cancer

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One of the biggest challenges in developing microRNA (miRNA) based therapeutics is the method of delivery. Herein we report the design and synthesis of mPEG-poly(amino acid)s, which we used as a novel nanocarrier for the delivery of miRNA-139-5p. The PEG-poly(amino acid)s/miRNA-139-5p nanoparticle complex is more effective at suppressing tumor growth and migration in mice with colorectal cancer than when treated with miRNA-139-5p solution and blank nanoparticles individually. Our results suggest that PEG-poly(amino acid)s are a promising non-viral gene vector for the delivery of miRNAs to treat cancers.
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Keywords: COLORECTAL CANCER; MICRORNA; NANOPARTICLES; TUMOR TARGET; TUMOR THERAPY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 July 2016

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