Assessment of Chemotherapy-Induced Organ Damage with Ga-68 Labeled Duramycin.

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PURPOSE: Evaluation of [(68)Ga]NODAGA-duramycin as a positron emission tomography (PET) tracer of cell death for whole-body detection of chemotherapy-induced organ toxicity. PROCEDURES: Tracer specificity of Ga-68 labeled NODAGA-duramycin was determined in vitro using competitive binding experiments. Organ uptake was analyzed in untreated and doxorubicin, busulfan, and cisplatin-treated mice 2 h after intravenous injection of [(68)Ga]NODAGA-duramycin. In vivo data were validated by immunohistology and blood parameters. RESULTS: In vitro experiments confirmed specific binding of [(68)Ga]NODAGA-duramycin. Organ toxicities were detected successfully using [(68)Ga]NODAGA-duramycin PET/X-ray computed tomography (CT) and confirmed by immunohistochemistry and blood parameter analysis. Organ toxicities in livers and kidneys showed similar trends in PET/CT and immunohistology. Busulfan and cisplatin-related organ toxicities in heart, liver, and lungs were detected earlier by PET/CT than by blood parameters and immunohistology. CONCLUSION: [(68)Ga]NODAGA-duramycin PET/CT was successfully applied to non-invasively detect chemotherapy-induced organ toxicity with high sensitivity in mice. It, therefore, represents a promising alternative to standard toxicological analyses with a high translational potential.

SEEK ID: https://seek.lisym.org/publications/209

PubMed ID: 31396770

Projects: Chronic Liver Disease Progression (LiSyM-DP - Pillar II)

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Journal: Mol Imaging Biol

Citation: Mol Imaging Biol. 2019 Aug 8. pii: 10.1007/s11307-019-01417-3. doi: 10.1007/s11307-019-01417-3.

Date Published: 8th Aug 2019

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Authors: A. Rix, N. I. Drude, A. Mrugalla, F. Baskaya, K. Y. Pak, B. Gray, H. J. Kaiser, R. H. Tolba, E. Fiegle, W. Lederle, F. M. Mottaghy, F. Kiessling

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