Ion Exchange Biomaterials to Capture Daptomycin and Prevent Resistance Evolution in Off-Target Bacterial Populations

Shang Lin Yeh, Naveen Narasimhalu, Landon G. Vom Steeg, Joy Muthami, Sean Leconey, Zeming He, Mica Pitcher, Harrison Cassady, Valerie J. Morley, Sung Hyun Cho, Carol Bator, Roya Koshani, Robert J. Woods, Michael Hickner, Andrew F. Read, Amir Sheikhi

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Abstract

Daptomycin (DAP), a cyclic anionic lipopeptide antibiotic, is among the last resorts to treat multidrug-resistant Gram-positive bacterial infections, caused by vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecium or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. DAP is administered intravenously, and via biliary excretion, ∼5-10% of the intravenous DAP dose arrives in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract where it drives resistance evolution in the off-target populations of E. faecium bacteria. Previously, we have shown in vivo that the oral administration of cholestyramine, an ion exchange biomaterial (IXB) sorbent, prevents DAP treatment from enriching DAP resistance in the populations of E. faecium shed from mice. Here, we investigate the biomaterial-DAP interfacial interactions to uncover the antibiotic removal mechanisms. The IXB-mediated DAP capture from aqueous media was measured in controlled pH/electrolyte solutions and in the simulated intestinal fluid (SIF) to uncover the molecular and colloidal mechanisms of DAP removal from the GI tract. Our findings show that the IXB electrostatically adsorbs the anionic antibiotic via a time-dependent diffusion-controlled process. Unsteady-state diffusion-adsorption mass balance describes the dynamics of adsorption well, and the maximum removal capacity is beyond the electric charge stoichiometric ratio because of DAP self-assembly. This study may open new opportunities for optimizing cholestyramine adjuvant therapy to prevent DAP resistance, as well as designing novel biomaterials to remove off-target antibiotics from the GI tract.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)42864-42875
Number of pages12
JournalACS Applied Materials and Interfaces
Volume14
Issue number38
DOIs
StatePublished - Sep 28 2022

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • General Materials Science

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