liposomes


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liposomes

(lip´əsōmz´),
n.pl multilayered spherical particles of a lipid in an aqueous medium within a cell.
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Fidler's work now suggests that liposomes provide an ideal controlled-release system for delivering activators.
July 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Encapsula NanoSciences announces the release of two new liposome based productsI3/4 Curcusome and Taurosome(TM).
AbboMax offers various preformed liposome reagents with a large number of common lipid compositions to support the needs of research organizations involved in liposome drug delivery.
We have shown that liposomes are destroyed before they enter the skin or very soon after.
Ginseng changes the flow behavior of lecithin liposomes.
The efficiency and safety of the in vitro use of these liposomes have been shown in many cell lines.
The liposomes contain dye molecules that clearly mark the pathogens--as the sample liquid is drawn up the paper strip, the paper turns red if E.
Liposomes can contain dyes, fluorescent and visible, or other detectable compounds.
Liposomes are used to improve the efficacy of small molecule drugs by encapsulating them in lipids.
Adding a vector to the liposome that targets a receptor that is highly expressed on the surface of tumor cells is expected to drive uptake of the liposomes into the tumor tissue, enhancing relative deposition in the target tumor tissue.
In tests led by Daniel Kohane, MD, PhD, director of the Laboratory for Biomaterials and Drug Delivery at Children's Hospital Boston, liposomes inhibited HIV infection in cell culture and appeared safe in female mice when injected intravaginally.
Researchers at Children's Hospital Boston envision a new way for women to protect themselves before sex: an applicator filled with specially formulated fatty particles called liposomes.