Hyaluronan-based Multifunctional Nano-carriers for Combination Cancer Therapy

Author(s): Menghan Gao, Hong Deng, Weiqi Zhang*

Journal Name: Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry

Volume 21 , Issue 2 , 2021


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Hyaluronan (HA) is a natural linear polysaccharide that has excellent hydrophilicity, biocompatibility, biodegradability, and low immunogenicity, making it one of the most attractive biopolymers used for biomedical researches and applications. Due to the multiple functional sites on HA and its intrinsic affinity for CD44, a receptor highly expressed on various cancer cells, HA has been widely engineered to construct different drug-loading nanoparticles (NPs) for CD44-targeted anti-tumor therapy. When a cocktail of drugs is co-loaded in HA NP, a multifunctional nano-carriers could be obtained, which features as a highly effective and self-targeting strategy to combat cancers with CD44 overexpression. The HA-based multidrug nano-carriers can be a combination of different drugs, various therapeutic modalities, or the integration of therapy and diagnostics (theranostics). Up to now, there are many types of HA-based multidrug nano-carriers constructed by different formulation strategies, including drug co-conjugates, micelles, nano-gels and hybrid NP of HA and so on. This multidrug nano-carrier takes the full advantages of HA as an NP matrix, drug carriers and targeting ligand, representing a simplified and biocompatible platform to realize the targeted and synergistic combination therapy against the cancers. In this review, recent progress of HA-based multidrug nano-carriers for combination cancer therapy is summarized and the potential challenges for translational applications have been discussed.

Keywords: Hyaluronan (HA), Combination cancer therapy, CD44, Drug delivery, Nano-carriers, Theranostics.

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