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タイトル: Imaging of Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy with Bivalent 99m Tc-Hydroxamamide Complexes
著者: Iikuni, Shimpei
Ono, Masahiro  kyouindb  KAKEN_id
Watanabe, Hiroyuki  kyouindb  KAKEN_id
Matsumura, Kenji
Yoshimura, Masashi
Kimura, Hiroyuki
Ishibashi-Ueda, Hatsue
Okamoto, Yoko
Ihara, Masafumi
Saji, Hideo
著者名の別形: 小野, 正博
渡邊, 裕之
木村, 寛之
佐治, 英郎
発行日: 16-May-2016
出版者: Nature Publishing Group
誌名: Scientific Reports
巻: 6
論文番号: 25990
抄録: Cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA), characterized by the deposition of amyloid aggregates in the walls of cerebral vasculature, is a major factor in intracerebral hemorrhage and vascular cognitive impairment and is also associated closely with Alzheimer's disease (AD). We previously reported 99m Tc-hydroxamamide (99m Tc-Ham) complexes with a bivalent amyloid ligand showing high binding affinity for β-amyloid peptide (Aβ(1-42)) aggregates present frequently in the form in AD. In this article, we applied them to CAA-specific imaging probes, and evaluated their utility for CAA-specific imaging. In vitro inhibition assay using Aβ(1-40) aggregates deposited mainly in CAA and a brain uptake study were performed for 99m Tc-Ham complexes, and all 99m Tc-Ham complexes with an amyloid ligand showed binding affinity for Aβ(1-40) aggregates and very low brain uptake. In vitro autoradiography of human CAA brain sections and ex vivo autoradiography of Tg2576 mice were carried out for bivalent 99m Tc-Ham complexes ([ 99m Tc]SB2A and [ 99m Tc]BT2B), and they displayed excellent labeling of Aβ depositions in human CAA brain sections and high affinity and selectivity to CAA in transgenic mice. These results may offer new possibilities for the development of clinically useful CAA-specific imaging probes based on the 99m Tc-Ham complex.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/215163
DOI(出版社版): 10.1038/srep25990
PubMed ID: 27181612
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