The development and characterisation of porphyrin isothiocyanate–monoclonal antibody conjugates for photoimmunotherapy View Full Text


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2005-04-05

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R Hudson, M Carcenac, K Smith, L Madden, O J Clarke, A Pèlegrin, J Greenman, R W Boyle

ABSTRACT

A promising approach to increase the specificity of photosensitisers used in photodynamic therapy has been through conjugation to monoclonal antibodies (MAb) directed against tumour-associated antigens. Many of the conjugations performed to date have relied on the activated ester method, which can lead to impure conjugate preparations and antibody crosslinking. Here, we report the development of photosensitiser–MAb conjugates utilising two porphyrin isothiocyanates. The presence of a single reactive isothiocyanate allowed facile conjugation to MAb FSP 77 and 17.1A directed against internalising antigens, and MAb 35A7 that binds to a non-internalising antigen. The photosensitiser–MAb conjugates substituted with 1–3 mol of photosensitiser were characterised in vitro. No appreciable loss of immunoreactivity was observed and binding specificity was comparable to that of the unconjugated MAb. Substitution with photosensitiser had a minimal effect on antibody biodistribution in vivo for the majority of the conjugates, although a decreased serum half-life was observed using a cationic photosensitiser at the higher loading ratios. Tumour-to-normal tissue ratios as high as 33.5 were observed using MAb 35A7 conjugates. The internalising conjugate showed a higher level of phototoxicity as compared with the non-internalising reagent, using a cell line engineered to express both target antigens. These data demonstrate the applicability of the isothiocyanate group for the development of high-quality conjugates, and the use of internalising MAb to significantly increase the photodynamic efficiency of conjugates during photoimmunotherapy. More... »

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1442-1449

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