Selection of DNA aptamers for breast cancer

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A method of selection of DNA aptamers to breast tumor tissue based on the use of postoperative material has been developed. Breast cancer tissues were used as the positive target; the negative targets included benign tumor tissue, adjacent healthy tissues, breast tissues from mastopathy patients, and also tissues of other types of malignant tumors. During selection a pool of DNA aptamers demonstrating selective binding to breast cancer cells and tissues and insignificant binding to breast benign tissues has been obtained. These DNA aptamers can be used for identification of protein markers, breast cancer diagnostics, and targeted delivery of anticancer drugs.

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Original Russian Text © G.S. Zamay, I.V. Belyanina, A.S. Zamay, M.A. Komarova, A.V. Krat, E.N. Eremina, R.A. Zukov, A.E. Sokolov, T.N. Zamay, 2016, published in Biomeditsinskaya Khimiya.

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Zamay, G.S., Belyanina, I.V., Zamay, A.S. et al. Selection of DNA aptamers for breast cancer. Biochem. Moscow Suppl. Ser. B 10, 158–164 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1990750816020128

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Keywords

  • SELEX
  • DNA aptamers
  • oligonucleotides
  • breast cancer