ROS Response


ROS (Reactive Oxygen Species) response copolymers have shown great potential in the field of drug delivery. These copolymers can undergo changes in their structure, shape, or properties in response to the presence of ROS, which makes them attractive for designing controlled drug release systems. By incorporating ROS-responsive moieties into the polymer chains, such as thiols or disulfide bonds, the copolymers can be designed to undergo cleavage or degradation in the presence of ROS. The release of the drug payload can be triggered specifically in those ROS-rich environments, allowing for site-specific drug delivery and minimizing off-target effects. Their ability to respond to ROS levels provides an opportunity for targeted and controlled release of drugs, enabling more effective treatments with reduced side effects.

CD Bioparticles' services with customized delivery strategies, precise designs and modifications of drugs or drug-contained cargos, and advanced technical platforms can help you to solve:

The challenges you might meet:

  • Drug degradation or premature release
  • The toxicity of therapeutic drugs can cause damage to normal cells
  • The concentration of the drug at the tumor site is low
  • Tedious copolymers formulation, purifications, and production

Key benefits:

  • Oxygen Sensing: ability to sense changes in oxygen levels
  • Reversibility: switch between different states based on the presence or absence of oxygen, allowing for real-time monitoring of oxygen concentrations
  • Sensitivity: designed to be highly sensitive to changes in oxygen levels, enabling them to detect even small variations in oxygen concentration
  • Selectivity: engineered to exhibit selectivity towards oxygen, distinguishing it from other gases present in the environment
  • Good stability and biocompatibility
  • Suitable for in vitro and in vivo experiments
  • Ready-to-use

Application candidates:

  • Tissue Engineering Scaffolds: release growth factors, drugs, or other bioactive molecules in response to the reactive oxygen species present in the tissue microenvironment
  • Drug delivery systems: to release the encapsulated drugs in response to the presence of reactive oxygen species, which are elevated in diseased tissues or cells
  • Biosensors: by incorporating specific responsive groups into the copolymer structure, changes in the concentration of reactive oxygen species can be detected and measured
  • Controlled release systems: used to design controlled release systems for various applications, including agriculture, cosmetics, and food packaging
  • Biomedical coatings: used as coatings for biomedical devices, implants, and prosthetics

Boc-TK-NH2

Catalog: PHRC342

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DSPE-PEG-TK-NHS

Catalog: PHRC295

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PLL-TK-PEG-MAL

Catalog: PHRC175

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4arm-PEG-TK-COOH

Catalog: PHRC279

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4arm-PEG-TK-MAL

Catalog: PHRC366

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4arm-PEG-TK-NH2

Catalog: PHRC363

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4arm-PEG-TK-NHS

Catalog: PHRC365

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4arm-PEG-TK-SH

Catalog: PHRC364

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Biotin-TK-NH2

Catalog: PHRC344

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Boc NH2-TK-NH2

Catalog: PHRC347

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COOH-PEG-TK-Mal

Catalog: PHRC353

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COOH-TK-COOH

Catalog: PHRC316

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COOH-TK-PEG-NH2

Catalog: PHRC317

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cRGD-PEG-TK-DOX

Catalog: PHRC179

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Cur-PEG-TK-ICG

Catalog: PHRC352

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DBCO-PEG-TK-PCL

Catalog: PHRC302

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DOX-mPEG-TK-PCL

Catalog: PHRC86

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DOX-PEG-TK-PCL

Catalog: PHRC144

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DOX-Se-Se-DOX

Catalog: PHRC318

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