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Effect of Nanoparticle Synthetic Conditions on Ligand Coating Integrity and Subsequent Nano-Biointeractions

Abstract

Most current nanoparticle formulations have relatively low clearance efficiency, which may hamper their likelihood for clinical translation. Herein, we sought to compare the clearance and cellular distribution profiles between sub-5 nm, renally-excretable silver sulfide nanoparticles (Ag2S-NPs) synthesized via either a bulk, high temperature, or a microfluidic, room temperature approach. We found that the thermolysis approach led to significant ligand degradation, but the surface coating shell was unaffected by the microfluidic synthesis. We demonstrated that the clearance was improved for Ag2S-NPs with intact ligands, with less uptake in the liver. Moreover, differential distribution in hepatic cells was observed, where Ag2S-NPs with degraded coatings tend to accumulate in Kupffer cells and those with intact coatings are more frequently found in hepatocytes. Therefore, understanding the impact of synthetic processes on ligand integrity and subsequent nano-biointeractions will aid in designing nanoparticle platforms with enhanced clearance and desired distribution profiles.

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hal-03844300 , version 1 (08-11-2022)

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Jessica Hsu, Yu Du, Arjun Sengupta, Yuxi Dong, Katherine Mossburg, et al.. Effect of Nanoparticle Synthetic Conditions on Ligand Coating Integrity and Subsequent Nano-Biointeractions. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2021, 13 (49), pp.58401-58410. ⟨10.1021/acsami.1c18941⟩. ⟨hal-03844300⟩
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