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Cancer Sci. 2004 Jul;95(7):608-13.

Antitumor effect of MCC-465, pegylated liposomal doxorubicin tagged with newly developed monoclonal antibody GAH, in colorectal cancer xenografts.

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Department of Medicine, Department of Pathology, President, National Cancer Center, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0045, Japan.

Abstract

MCC-465 is an immunoliposome-encapsulated doxorubicin. The liposome is tagged with polyethylene glycol and the F(ab')2 of a monoclonal antibody named GAH, a human antibody obtained by the hybridoma technique. The epitope recognized by GAH is not well characterized, but human gastric, colorectal, and mammary cancer cells were GAH-positive, while the normal counterparts were GAH-negative. Pegylated liposome doxorubicin (PLD) and MCC-465 did not show significant antitumor activity against GAH-negative Caco-2 xenografts. On the other hand, MCC-465 exhibited significantly superior antitumor effects against GAH-positive WiDr-Tc and SW837 xenografts, compared with PLD. Immunohistochemistry with GAH revealed that 94% (100 of 106) of surgical specimens of colorectal cancer were GAH-positive. These results warrant a phase I clinical trial of MCC-465 for patients with metastatic colorectal cancer.

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