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- Publication Date:September 07, 2021
- Additional Information
- Patent Number: 11110,181
- Appl. No: 16/778361
- Application Filed: January 31, 2020
- Abstract: The present disclosure is directed to methods and compositions for the diagnosis and/or treatment of tumors, such as ocular tumors, using virus-like particles conjugated to photosensitive molecules.
- Inventors: Aura Biosciences, Inc. (Cambridge, MA, US); The United States of America, as represented by the Secretary, Department of Health and Human Serv. (Bethesda, MD, US)
- Assignees: Aura Biosciences, Inc. (Cambridge, MA, US), The United States of America, as represented by the Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services (Bethesda, MD, US)
- Claim: 1. A tumor-targeting virus-like particle comprising papilloma virus capsid proteins and 50 to 1000 photosensitive molecules conjugated to the capsid proteins, wherein the photosensitive molecules comprise (a) a photosensitive molecule that becomes toxic or produces a toxic molecule upon activation by light and (b) a photosensitive molecule that does not become toxic or produce a toxic molecule upon activation by light.
- Claim: 2. The virus-like particle of claim 1 , wherein the papilloma virus capsid proteins are non-human papilloma virus capsid proteins.
- Claim: 3. The virus-like particle of claim 2 , wherein the non-human papilloma virus capsid proteins comprise L1 capsid proteins.
- Claim: 4. The virus-like particle of claim 3 , wherein the non-human papilloma virus capsid proteins consist of L1 capsid proteins.
- Claim: 5. The virus-like particle of claim 1 , wherein the photosensitive molecules are covalently conjugated to the capsid proteins.
- Claim: 6. A method comprising delivering to a subject a tumor-tropic virus-like particle comprising papilloma virus capsid proteins and 50 to 1000 photosensitive molecules conjugated to the capsid proteins, wherein the photosensitive molecules comprise (a) a photosensitive molecule that becomes toxic or produces a toxic molecule upon activation by light and (b) a photosensitive molecule that does not become toxic or produce a toxic molecule upon activation by light.
- Claim: 7. The method of claim 6 , wherein the subject has a bladder tumor.
- Claim: 8. The method of claim 6 , wherein the papilloma virus capsid proteins are non-human papilloma virus capsid proteins.
- Claim: 9. The method of claim 8 , wherein the non-human papilloma virus capsid proteins comprise L1 capsid proteins.
- Claim: 10. The method of claim 9 , wherein the non-human papilloma virus capsid proteins consist of L1 capsid proteins.
- Claim: 11. The method of claim 6 , wherein the photosensitive molecules are covalently conjugated to the capsid proteins.
- Claim: 12. The method of claim 6 , further comprising activating the photosensitive molecule of (b) at a wavelength of light that permits visualization of the photosensitive molecule of (b).
- Claim: 13. The method of claim 6 , further comprising activating the photosensitive molecule of (a) at a wavelength of light that causes the photosensitive molecule of (a) to become toxic or produce a toxic molecule.
- Claim: 14. The method of claim 6 , wherein the virus-like particle is delivered by injection.
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- Primary Examiner: Russel, Jeffrey E.
- Attorney, Agent or Firm: Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, P.C.
- Accession Number: edspgr.11110181
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