Physicochemical stimulus-responsive systems targeted with antibody derivatives

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  • Rezvan Mohammadi
  • Sepideh Ghani
  • Roghaye Arezumand
  • Shohreh Farhadi
  • Yalda Khazaee-Poul
  • Bahram Kazemi
  • Fatemeh Yarian
  • Somaye Noruzi
  • Abbas Alibakhshi
  • Jalili, Mahsa
  • Shahin Aghamiri
The application of monoclonal antibodies and antibody fragments with the advent of recombinant antibody technology has made notable progress in clinical trials to provide a regulated drug release and extra targeting to the special conditions in the function site. Modification of antibodies has facilitated using mAbs and antibody fragments in numerous models of therapeutic and detection utilizations, such as stimuli-responsive systems. Antibodies and antibody derivatives conjugated with diverse stimuli-responsive materials have been constructed for drug delivery in response to a wide range of endogenous (electric, magnetic, light, radiation, ultrasound) and exogenous (temperature, pH, redox potential, enzymes) stimuli. In this report, we highlighted the recent progress on antibody-conjugated stimuli-responsive and dual/multi-responsive systems that affect modern medicine by improving a multitude of diagnostic and treatment strategies.
Original languageEnglish
JournalCurrent Molecular Medicine
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 2023

    Research areas

  • Faculty of Science - Stimulus-responsive systems, Derivatives of antibody, Targeted delivery of antibody, Antibody, Endogenous and exogenous stimuli

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