Cationic lipid saturation influences intracellular delivery of encapsulated nucleic acids.
Heyes, J., et al.
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Lloyd B Jeffs et al.
Pharmaceutical research, 22(3), 362-372 (2005-04-20)
A fully scalable and extrusion-free method was developed to prepare rapidly and reproducibly stabilized plasmid lipid particles (SPLP) for nonviral, systemic gene therapy. Liposomes encapsulating plasmid DNA were formed instantaneously by mixing lipids dissolved in ethanol with an aqueous solution...
Adam Judge et al.
Molecular therapy : the journal of the American Society of Gene Therapy, 13(2), 328-337 (2005-11-09)
The systemic application of nucleic acid drugs requires delivery systems that overcome the poor pharmacokinetics, limited biodistribution, and inefficient uptake of nucleic acids. PEGylated liposomes show considerable promise because of their intrinsic ability to accumulate at disease sites and facilitate...
Yujing Li et al.
Nanomedicine : nanotechnology, biology, and medicine, 13(2), 371-381 (2016-10-18)
Microfluidic systems can accelerate clinical translation of nanoparticles due to their ability to generate nanoparticles in a well-controlled and reproducible manner. In this study, a single-step process based on microfluidic focusing (MF) was employed to synthesize transferrin-conjugated lipid nanoparticles (Tf-LNPs)...
Brett A Duguay et al.
Journal of leukocyte biology, 104(3), 587-596 (2018-04-19)
Mast cells are important immune cells that have significant roles in mediating allergy and asthma. Therefore, studying the molecular mechanisms regulating these and other processes in mast cells is important to elucidate. Methods such as lipofection, transduction, and electroporation are...