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Single lipoaminoglycoside promotes efficient intracellular antibody delivery: A comprehensive insight into the mechanism of action

Abstract : Delivery of biologically active proteins into cells is emerging as important strategy for many applications. Previous experiments have shown that lipoaminoglycosides were capable of delivery of the anti-cytokeratin8 antibody (anti-K8) but only when formulated with lipid helpers potentially leading to toxicity from excess lipids. Here, we optimized anti-K8 delivery with various lipoaminoglycosides in the absence of a lipid helper. Results led to the identification of the aminoglycoside lipid dioleyl phosphoramido ribostamycin (DOPRI) as a potent intracellular delivery system for anti-K8. Electron microscopy revealed that delivered anti-K8 molecules were bound to intermediate filaments in cells. Anti-K8 was bound to the surface of DOPRI vesicles without perturbing lipid organization. Macropinocytosis and caveolin mediated endocytosis contributed to anti-K8 internalization and to filament labeling with a major contribution being made by the caveolin pathway. The results showed that the unique properties of DOPRI were sufficient for efficient intracellular protein delivery without requiring lipid helpers.
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Laurence Dallet, Marion Decossas, Jean-Christophe Taveau, Sophie Lecomte, Sylvie Poussard, et al.. Single lipoaminoglycoside promotes efficient intracellular antibody delivery: A comprehensive insight into the mechanism of action. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine, Elsevier, 2018, 14 (1), pp.141 - 151. ⟨10.1016/j.nano.2017.09.005⟩. ⟨inserm-01814772⟩

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