Dendritic Mesoporous Organosilica Nanoparticles: A pH-Triggered Autocatalytic Fenton Reaction System with Self-supplied H2O2 for Generation of High Levels of Reactive Oxygen Species
journal contributionposted on 07.05.2020, 20:45 by Chaoqun You, Hongshuai Wu, Rui Zhang, Yuqi Liu, Like Ning, Zhiguo Gao, Baiwang Sun, Fei Wang
Dendritic mesoporous silica nanoparticles represent a new biomedical application platform due to their special central radial pore structure for the loading of drugs and functional modification. Herein, we report functionalized dendritic mesoporous organosilica nanoparticles (DMONs), a pH-triggered Fenton reaction generator (TA/Fe@GOD@DMONs), incorporating natural glucose oxidase (GOD) in the DMONs with tannic acid (TA) grafted using Fe3+ on the surface, that have been designed and constructed for efficient tumor ablation with self-supplied H2O2 and accelerated conversion of Fe3+/Fe2+ by TA. In view of the deficiency of endogenous H2O2, the self-supply through the TA/Fe@GOD@DMONs platform represented a high-yielding source of peroxygen. Furthermore, the production of Fe2+ induced by TA greatly improved the efficiency of the Fenton reaction resulting in significant tumor inhibition. This new design represents as novel paradigm for the development of autocatalytic Fenton nanosystems for effective treatment of tumors.
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pH-Triggered Autocatalytic Fenton Reaction SystemReactive Oxygen Species Dendritic mesoporous silica nanoparticlesHigh LevelspH-triggered Fenton reaction generatornovel paradigmFenton reactionDMONpore structureSelf-supplied H 2 O 2report functionalized dendritic mesoporous organosilica nanoparticlesglucose oxidaseapplication platformDendritic Mesoporous Organosilica NanoparticlesH 2 O 2self-supplied H 2 O 2autocatalytic Fenton nanosystemstumor ablationtannic acidTAGODtumor inhibition