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Antisense oligonucleotides, aptamers and SirNA:promises for the treatment of ocular diseases. E-mail: elias. Indeed, intraocular delivery of nucleic acid such as antisense oligonucleotides, aptamers or SiRNA has raised a lot of interests in the recent years. Among the promising therapeutic approaches is antisense technology-oligonucleotides are designed to be complementary to a target RNA sequence so they can bind to the target and stop the production of undesirable proteins.

This gene selectivity enables targeted drug design and therefore the production of more effective and less toxic therapeutics. Although, it changed the course of the disease, patients today rarely develop CMV, and Vitravene's sales have been extremely small.

It is an antisense inhibitor of c-Raf kinase, an enzyme important in the signal transduction pathway triggered by the vascular endothelial growth factor VEGF and other important growth factors. In preclinical studies, antisense inhibition of c-Raf kinase was associated with a reduction in the formation of new blood vessels in the eye, suggesting that c-Raf kinase inhibition could be valuable in the treatment of both age-related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy 1.

Other types of molecules that inhibit gene expression are the aptamers. These molecules are DNA or RNA molecules that have been selected from random pools based on their ability to bind other molecules. Aptamers can bind nucleic acids, proteins, small organic compounds, and even entire organisms. These novel molecules have shown many potential in the treatment of ocular diseases. In the wet form of the disease, those new vessels leak blood and cause vision loss or even blindness.

The RISC contains 1 a helicase activity that unwinds the two strands of RNA molecules, allowing the antisense strand to bind to the targeted RNA molecule and 2 an endonuclease activity which hydrolyzes the target mRNA homologous at the site where the antisense strand is bound.

The small double-stranded RNAs siRNAs have appeared to be very efficient agents to inhibit gene expression in mammalian cells. Sirna was shown to inhibit neovascularization new blood vessel growth associated with disease in several validated preclinical models. As mentioned earlier, the target site of nucleic acids is in most cases the posterior segment of the eye.

Free nucleic acids do not penetrate the cornea and remain confined to the superficial epithelial layer. Passive diffusion of drugs across the cornea is largely influenced by their solubility, molecular weight and degree of ionization.

Nucleic acids are characterized by a high molecular weight and a negative charge being not able to pass across the cornea. To improve the transport through ocular tissues iontophoresis can be applied.

Indeed, transcorneoscleral iontophoresis system is a repeatable non-invasive method of delivery which facilitates markedly the intraocular penetration of oligonucleotides both in the anterior and posterior segments of the eye. The application can be repeated as many times as necessary to achieve the needed continuous therapeutic levels without any danger or unwarranted side effects. As an alternative to transcorneal transport, delivery of nucleic acids to the intraocular tissues can be achieved using intravitreal administration.

Intravitreal injection is a very delicate administration route. Indeed, the patient must remain under local anesthesia during injection since the needle must penetrate the vitreous humor without causing retinal disruption or detachment.

Due to their poor stability in biological fluids, nucleic acids have a short intravitreal half-life. Their therapeutic application therefore requires repeated intraocular administrations to achieve a continuous intraocular presence of intact ODNs. Repeated intravitreal injections increase the risk of endophthalmitis, damage to lens, retinal detachment, and may be poorly tolerated. For this purpose, the use of long term delivery systems can be applied such as liposomes, implants or microspheres made of biodegradable poly lactide-co-glycolide polymers appears necessary to overcome these limitations.

Intravitreal administration of antisense oligonucleotides: potential of liposomal delivery. Prog Retin Eye Res ; Inhibitors of ocular neovascularization: promises and potential problems. JAMA ; Intraocular delivery of oligonucleotides. Curr Pharm Biotechnol ; 6: Servicios Personalizados Revista. References 1.

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Antisense oligonucleotides, aptamers and SirNA:promises for the treatment of ocular diseases. E-mail: elias. Indeed, intraocular delivery of nucleic acid such as antisense oligonucleotides, aptamers or SiRNA has raised a lot of interests in the recent years. Among the promising therapeutic approaches is antisense technology-oligonucleotides are designed to be complementary to a target RNA sequence so they can bind to the target and stop the production of undesirable proteins.

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Su cadena complementaria se llama antisentido o sentido negativo -. Las dos cadenas complementarias de ADN bicatenario ADNds generalmente se diferencian como la cadena "sentido" y la cadena "antisentido". La cadena de ADN de plantilla se llama cadena transcrita con secuencia antisentido y se dice que el transcrito de ARNm es secuencia de sentido el complemento de antisentido. Se dice que un genoma monocatenario que contiene sentido positivo y sentido negativo es ambisentido.

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