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β-Cyclodextrin–Hyaluronic Acid Polymer Functionalized Magnetic Graphene Oxide Nanocomposites For Targeted Photo-Chemotherapy Of Tumor Cells

Wenting Liang, Yu Huang, Dongtao Lu, Xuewen Ma, Tao Gong, Xiaodong Cui, Baofeng Yu, Cheng Yang, Chuan Dong, Shaomin Shuang

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A multifunctional targeted drug delivery platform (CDHA–MGO) has been successfully constructed by grafting β-cyclodextrin–hyaluronic acid polymers (CDHA) to Fe3O4–graphene oxide (MGO). The obtained CDHA–MGO nanocomposite has good water-dispersibility, easy magnetic separation, high near-infrared (NIR) photothermal heating, and excellent biocompatibility. The β-cyclodextrin-hyaluronic acid polymers efficaciously enhance the doxorubicin (DOX) loading amount up to 485.43 mg·g−1. Meanwhile, the Fe3O4–graphene oxide provides a facile photothermal response mechanism to handle the NIR-triggered release of DOX in weak acidic solvent environments. Significantly, the DOX-loaded nanocomposite (DOX@CDHA–MGO) has displayed CD44 receptor-mediated active targeting recognition and chemo-photothermal synergistic therapy of hepatoma cells. These findings suggest that the as-prepared drug delivery platform would be of valuable potential for cancer-targeted photo-chemotherapy.