In Vivo Measurement and Characterization of a Novel Formulation of 177Lu-DOTA-Octreotate

Bailey, Dale and Hennessy, Thomas M and Willowson, Kathy P and Henry, Eric C and Chan, David LH and Aslani, Alireza and Roach, Paul J (2016) In Vivo Measurement and Characterization of a Novel Formulation of 177Lu-DOTA-Octreotate. Asia Oceania Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Biology, 4 (1). pp. 30-37.

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Abstract

Objective(s):Lutetium-177 can be made with high specific activity and with no other isotopes of lutetium present, referred to as â��No Carrier Addedâ�� (NCA) 177Lu. We have radiolabelled DOTA-conjugated peptide DOTAâ��(Tyr3)â��octreotate with NCA 177Lu (â��NCA-LuTATEâ��) and used it in nearly 40 therapeutic administrations for subjects with neuroendocrine tumours or meningiomas. In this paper, we report on our initial studies on aspects of the biodistribution and dosimetry of NCA-LuTATE from gamma camera 2D whole body (WB) and quantitative 3D SPECT (qSPECT) 177Lu imaging. Methods: Thirteen patients received 39 NCA-LuTATE injections. Extensive WB planar and qSPECT imaging was acquired at approximately 0.5, 4, 24 and 96 h to permit estimates of clearance and radiation dose estimation using MIRD-based methodology (OLINDA-EXM). Results:The average amount of NCA-Lutate administered per cycle was 7839±520 MBq. Bi-exponential modelling of whole body clearance showed half lives for the fast & slow components of t½=2.1±0.6 h and t½=58.1±6.6 h respectively. The average effective dose to kidneys was 3.1±1.0 Gy per cycle. In eight patients completing all treatment cycles the average total dose to kidneys was 11.7±3.6 Gy. Conclusions: We have shown that NCA-LuTATE has an acceptable radiation safety profile and is a suitable alternative to Carrier-Added 177Lu formulations. The fast component of the radiopharmaceutical clearance was closely correlated with baseline renal glomerular filtration rate, and this had an impact on radiation dose to the kidneys. In addition, it has less radioactive waste issues and requires less peptide per treatment. Â

Item Type: Article
Subjects: WN Radiology . Diagnostic Imaging
Divisions: Journals > Asia Oceania J Nuclear Medicine & Biology
Depositing User: AOJNMB AOJNMB
Date Deposited: 19 Sep 2017 13:27
Last Modified: 19 Sep 2017 13:27
URI: http://eprints.mums.ac.ir/id/eprint/1077

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