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    The selection of suitable nanozymes with easy synthesis, tumor specificity, multifunction, and high therapeutics is meaningful for tumor therapy. Herein, a facile one-step assembly approach was employed to successfully prepare a novel kind of natural polyphenol tannic acid (TA) hybrid with mixed valence vanadium oxide nanosheets (TA@VOx NSs). In this system, VOx is assembled with TA through metal-phenolic coordination interaction to both introduce superior peroxidase-like activity and high near infrared (NIR) absorption owing to partial reduction of vanadium from V5+ to V4+ . The presence of mixed valence vanadium oxide in TA@VOx NSs is proved to be the key for the catalytic reaction of hydrogen peroxide (H2 O2 ) to . OH, and the corresponding catalytic mechanism of H2 O2 by TA@VOx NSs is proposed. Benefitting from such peroxidase-like activity of TA@VOx NSs, the overproduced H2 O2 of the tumor microenvironment allows the realization of tumor-specific chemodynamic therapy (CDT). As a valid supplement to CDT, the NIR absorption enables TA@VOx NSs to have NIR light-mediated conversion ability for photothermal therapy (PTT) of cancers. Furthermore, in vitro and in vivo experiments confirmed that TA@VOx NSs can effectively inhibit the growth of tumors by synergistic CDT/PTT. These results offer a promising way to develop novel vanadium oxide-based nanozymes for enhanced synergistic tumor-specific treatment. © 2020 Wiley-VCH GmbH.


    Ting Chen, Rongtao Huang, Jiawei Liang, Bo Zhou, Xiao-Lu Guo, Xing-Can Shen, Bang-Ping Jiang. Natural Polyphenol-Vanadium Oxide Nanozymes for Synergistic Chemodynamic/Photothermal Therapy. Chemistry (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany). 2020 Nov 26;26(66):15159-15169

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