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Hyperbaric oxygen as an adjuvant to temozolomide nanoparticle inhibits glioma growth by inducing G2/M phase arrest.

Hyperbaric oxygen as an adjuvant to temozolomide nanoparticle inhibits glioma growth by inducing G2/M phase arrest. Nanomedicine (Lond). 2018 Feb 23;: Authors: Xie Y, Zeng X, Wu X, Hu J, Zhu Y, Yang X Abstract AIM: To study the effects of combinational treatment of hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) and nanotemozolomide in glioma. MATERIALS & METHODS: Temozolomide (TMZ)-loaded porous silicon nanoparticles (TMZ/PSi NPs) were prepared. In vitro and in vivo evaluations were performed. RESULTS: The cell uptake of TMZ/PSi NPs could be tracked by autofluorescence of porous silicon. The concentration of oxygen in tumor was improved and the antitumor rate was increased to 84.2% in the TMZ/PSi NPs combined with HBO group. The viability of hypoxia-induced glioma C6 cells was decreased and cell cycle was arrested at G2/M phase in response to TMZ/PSi NPs treatment with HBO compared with continuous treatment with hypoxia. CONCLUSION: The combinational treatment of TMZ/PSi NPs and HBO could be a promising therapeutic strategy for glioma. PMID: 29473458 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]