lipofection

(redirected from Liposome transfection)

lip·o·fec·tion

(lip'o-fek'shŭn),
The process of injecting a lipid-complexed or contained DNA into eucaryotic cells.
[lipo- + transfection]

lipofection

using encapsulation in a phospholipid vesicle as a means of delivering RNA, DNA or other substances into a eukaryotic cell.