Immobilization of coacervate microcapsules in multilayer sodium alginate beads for efficient oral anticancer drug delivery

Chao Feng, Ruixi Song, Guohui Sun, Ming Kong, Zixian Bao, Yang Li, Xiaojie Cheng, Dongsu Cha, Hyun Jin Park, Xiguang Chen

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We have designed and evaluated coacervate microcapsules-immobilized multilayer sodium alginate beads (CMs-M-ALG-Beads) for oral drug delivery. The CMs-M-ALG-Beads were prepared by immobilization of doxorubicin hydrochloride (DOX) loaded chitosan/carboxymethyl coacervate microcapsules (DOX:CS/CMCS-CMs) in the core and layers of the multilayer sodium alginate beads. The obtained CMs-M-ALG-beads exhibited layer-by-layer structure and rough surface with many nanoscale particles. The swelling characteristic and drug release results indicated that 4-layer CMs-M-ALG-Beads possessed favorable gastric acid tolerance (the swelling rate <5%, the cumulative drug release rate <3.8%). In small intestine, the intact DOX:CS/CMCS-CMs were able to rapidly release from CMs-M-ALG-Beads with the dissolution of ALG matrix. Ex vivo intestinal mucoadhesive and permeation showed that CMs-M-ALG-Beads exhibited continued growth for Papp values of DOX, which was 1.07-1.15 folds and 1.28-1.38 folds higher than DOX:CS:CMCS-CMs in rat jejunum and ileum, respectively, demonstrating that CMs-M-ALG-Beads were able to enhance the absorption of DOX by controlled releasing DOX:CS/CMCS-CMs and prolonging the contact time between the DOX:CS/CMCS-CMs and small intestinal mucosa.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)985-996
Number of pages12
JournalBiomacromolecules
Volume15
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014 Mar 10

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Sodium alginate
Drug delivery
Doxorubicin
Capsules
Swelling
Multilayers
Chitosan
Permeation
Rats
Dissolution
Acids
alginic acid
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Mucous Membrane

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  • Materials Chemistry
  • Polymers and Plastics
  • Biomaterials

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Immobilization of coacervate microcapsules in multilayer sodium alginate beads for efficient oral anticancer drug delivery. / Feng, Chao; Song, Ruixi; Sun, Guohui; Kong, Ming; Bao, Zixian; Li, Yang; Cheng, Xiaojie; Cha, Dongsu; Park, Hyun Jin; Chen, Xiguang.

In: Biomacromolecules, Vol. 15, No. 3, 10.03.2014, p. 985-996.

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Feng, Chao ; Song, Ruixi ; Sun, Guohui ; Kong, Ming ; Bao, Zixian ; Li, Yang ; Cheng, Xiaojie ; Cha, Dongsu ; Park, Hyun Jin ; Chen, Xiguang. / Immobilization of coacervate microcapsules in multilayer sodium alginate beads for efficient oral anticancer drug delivery. In: Biomacromolecules. 2014 ; Vol. 15, No. 3. pp. 985-996.
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