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Molecular Imaging and Biology

, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp 583–594

First Online: 08 April 2010

Abstract

ObjectiveFluorophore-labeled contrast imaging agents are moving toward clinical use for a number of applications. The near-infrared dye IRDye 800CW is frequently used in its N-hydroxysuccinamide NHS ester form for labeling these agents. Following conjugation or breakdown of a labeled ligand, excess NHS ester is converted to the carboxylate form. To prepare for clinical use as a near-infrared fluorophore, a toxicity study was conducted on IRDye 800CW carboxylate.

MethodsMale and female Sprague–Dawley rats were given a single intravenous or intradermal administration of IRDye 800CW carboxylate; Indocyanine Green was used as a comparative control. Animals were injected with varying doses of the test and control articles and observed for up to 14 days. Clinical chemistry, hematological, and pharmacokinetic analyses were performed on subgroups of animals. Organs were analyzed for content of the test article. Tissues were analyzed microscopically for pathological changes.

ResultsBased on hematologic, clinical chemistry, and histopathologic evaluation, single administration of IRDye 800CW carboxylate intravenously at dose levels of 1, 5, and 20 mg-kg or 20 mg-kg intradermally produced no pathological evidence of toxicity.

ConclusionA dose of 20 mg-kg was identified as the no observed adverse effect level following IV or ID routes of administration of IRDye 800CW.

Key wordsIRDye 800CW Toxicity study Pharmacokinetics Optical imaging Electronic supplementary materialThe online version of this article doi:10.1007-s11307-010-0317-x contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.

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Autor: Milton V. Marshall - Daniel Draney - Eva M. Sevick-Muraca - D. Michael Olive

Fuente: https://link.springer.com/







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