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|Título:||Sm-153 and Ho-166 complexes with tetraaza macrocycles containing pyridine and methylcarboxylate or methylphosphonate pendant arms|
|Palavras-chave:||Biochemistry & Molecular Biology|
Chemistry, Inorganic & Nuclear
|Citação:||JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. - Vol. 9, n. 7 (OCT 2004), p. 859-872|
|Resumo:||A set of tetraaza macrocycles containing pyridine and methylcarboxylate (ac(3)py14) or methylphosphonate (MeP(2)py14 and P(3)py14) pendant arms were prepared and their stability constants with La3+, Sm3+, Gd3+ and Ho3+ determined by potentiometry at 25degreesC and 0.10 M ionic strength in NMe4NO3. The metal:ligand ratio for Sm-153 and Ho-166 and for ac(3)py14, MeP(2)py14 and P(3)py14, as well as the pH of the reaction mixtures, were optimized to achieve a chelation efficiency higher than 98%. These radiocomplexes are hydrophilic and have a significant plasmatic protein binding. In vitro stability was studied in physiological solutions and in human serum. All complexes are stable in saline and PBS, but 20% of radiochemical impurities were detected after 24 h of incubation in serum. Biodistribution studies in mice indicated a slow rate of clearance from blood and muscle, a high and rapid liver uptake and a very slow rate of total radioactivity excretion. Some bone uptake was observed for complexes with MeP(2)py14 and P(3)py14, which was enhanced with time and the number of methylphosphonate groups. This biological profile supports the in vitro instability found in serum and is consistent with the thermodynamic stability constants found for these complexes.|
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