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*  Liposome
Liposomes are used as models for artificial cells. Liposomes can also be designed to deliver drugs in other ways. Liposomes ... A liposome is a spherical vesicle having at least one lipid bilayer. The liposome can be used as a vehicle for administration ... Liposomes can also be decorated with opsonins and ligands to activate endocytosis in other cell types. The use of liposomes for ... Another strategy for liposome drug delivery is to target endocytosis events. Liposomes can be made in a particular size range ...
*  Cationic liposome
Cationic liposomes are structures that are made of positively charged lipids and are increasingly being researched for use in ... They are also able to interact with negatively charged cell membranes more readily than classical liposomes. Fusion between ... Upon interacting with negatively charged DNA, cationic liposomes form clusters of aggregated vesicles. At a critical density ... This process bypasses the endosomal-lysosomal route which leads to degradation of anionic liposome formulations. Cationic ...
*  Unilamellar liposome
Small unilamellar liposomes/vesicles (SUVs) have sizes up to 100 nm; large unilamellar liposomes/vesicles (LUVs) may have sizes ... Unilamellar liposome is a spherical chamber/vesicle, bounded by a single bilayer of an amphiphilic lipid or a mixture of such ... Phospholipid liposomes are used as targeted drug delivery systems. Hydrophilic drugs can be carried as solution inside the SUVs ... In contrast, multilamellar liposomes (MLVs), consist of many concentric amphiphilic lipid bilayers analogous to onion layers, ...
*  Journal of Liposome Research
The Journal of Liposome Research is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes original research on the topics of ... liposomes and related systems, lipid-based delivery systems, lipid biology, and both synthetic and physical lipid chemistry. ... the general scope of the journal and abstracts and conference proceedings including those from the International Liposome ...
*  Alkylphosphocholine
Dieter Arndt; Reiner Zeisig; Ines Eue & Iduna Fichtner (1995). "Alkylphosphocholines and Alkylphosphocholine Liposomes". 5 (1 ... "Cytotoxic effects of alkylphosphocholines or alkylphosphocholine-liposomes and macrophages on tumor cells". Anticancer Research ...
*  Monoclonal antibody therapy
Immunoliposomes are antibody-conjugated liposomes. Liposomes can carry drugs or therapeutic nucleotides and when conjugated ...
*  Nanoparticles for drug delivery to the brain
Lipoplexes can also be formed from cationic liposomes and DNA solutions, to yield transfection agents. Cationic liposomes cross ... A mechanism for liposome transport across the BBB is lipid-mediated free diffusion, a type of facilitated diffusion, or lipid- ... Liposomes have the potential to protect the drug from degradation, target sites for action, and reduce toxicity and adverse ... Liposomes can also be functionalized by attaching various ligands on the surface to enhance brain-targeted delivery. Another ...
*  Lipid bilayer
These drug-loaded liposomes travel through the system until they bind at the target site and rupture, releasing the drug. In ... Note- the term "liposome" is in essence synonymous with "vesicle" except that vesicle is a general term for the structure ... The first stealth liposomes were passively targeted at tumor tissues. Because tumors induce rapid and uncontrolled angiogenesis ... The most significant advance in this area was the grafting of polyethylene glycol (PEG) onto the liposome surface to produce " ...
*  PEGylation
Doxorubicin HCl liposome (Doxil/Caelyx) - PEGylated liposome containing doxorubicin for the treatment of cancer (Ortho Biotech/ ... Milla, P; Dosio, F (13 January 2012). "PEGylation of proteins and liposomes: a powerful and flexible strategy to improve the ... "Liposomes for Use in Gene Delivery". Journal of Drug Delivery. 2011: 12. doi:10.1155/2011/326497. Retrieved 6 September 2017. ...
*  Vesicle (biology and chemistry)
Alternatively, they may be prepared artificially, in which case they are called liposomes (not to be confused with lysosomes). ... Batzri S, Korn ED (April 1973). "Single bilayer liposomes prepared without sonication". Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 298 (4): 1015-9 ... If there is only one phospholipid bilayer, they are called unilamellar liposome vesicles; otherwise they are called ...
*  Tumor microenvironment
Liposome formulations that encapsulate anti-cancer drugs for selective uptake to tumors via the EPR effect include: Doxil and ... Palmer, T.N.; Caride, V.J.; Caldecourt, M.A.; Twickler, J.; Abdullah, V. (1984). "The mechanism of liposome accumulation in ... These efforts include protein capsids and liposomes. However, as some important, normal tissues, such as the liver and kidneys ... "Direct measurement of the extravasation of polyethyleneglycol-coated liposomes into solid tumor tissue by in vivo fluorescence ...
*  FtsZ
In liposomes Osawa (2009) showed FtsZ is capable of exerting a contractile force with no other proteins present. Erickson (2009 ... Masaki Osawa; David E. Anderson; Harold P. Erickson (2009). "Reconstitution of Contractile FtsZ Rings in Liposomes". Science. ...
*  Transfersome
... vesicles are prepared in a similar manner as liposomes, except that no separation of the vesicle-associated and ... Since its basic organization is broadly similar to a liposome, a Transfersome differs from more conventional vesicles primarily ... "What is the difference between liposomes and Transfersomes?". Scientific FAQ. IDEA AG. Medical trial that started in 2005 " ... Examples include sonicating, extrusion, low shear rates mixing (multilamellar liposomes), or high high-shear homogenisation ...
*  Lipid bilayer fusion
Ellens, H; Bentz, J; Szoka, FC (1985). "H+- and Ca2+-induced fusion and destabilization of liposomes". Biochemistry. 24 (13): ... "A simple fluorescent method to determine complement-mediated liposome immune lysis". Journal of Immunological Methods. 15 (3): ... "Fusion of phosphatidylethanolamine-containing liposomes and mechanism of L.alpha.-HII phase transition". Biochemistry. 25 (14 ...
*  Anthracycline
Forssen, E. A.; Tökes, Z. A. (1979). "In vitro and in vivo studies with adriamycin liposomes". Biochemical and Biophysical ... are less toxic to cardiac tissue than the non-liposomal form because a lower proportion of drug administered in the liposome ...
*  Dendrosome
Movassaghian, S; Moghimi, HR; Shirazi, FH; Torchilin, VP (Dec 2011). "Dendrosome-dendriplex inside liposomes: as a gene ...
*  Alec Bangham
He is best known for his research on liposomes. He was married to Rosalind; they had four children and eleven grandchildren. ... was a British biophysicist who first studied blood clotting mechanisms but became well known for his research on liposomes and ... http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140673610609506/fulltext "Alec Bangham - 'father of liposomes' - dies ...
*  Nanomedicine
The drug is encased in liposomes, which helps to extend the life of the drug that is being distributed. Liposomes are self- ... The liposomes also help to increase the functionality and it helps to decrease the damage that the drug does to the heart ... Onivyde, liposome encapsulated irinotecan to treat metastatic pancreatic cancer, was approved by FDA in October 2015. C-dots ( ... along with liposomes as vaccine adjuvants and drug transport vehicles. Similarly, drug detoxification is also another ...
*  Amphotericin B
The integrity of the liposome is disrupted when it binds to the fungal cell wall, but is not affected by the mammalian cell ... Neither of these are true unilamellar liposomes like ambisome. A major barrier to the use of amphotericin in resource-poor ... membrane, so the association with liposomes decreases the exposure of the kidneys to amphotericin B, which explains its less ...
*  Debi Prasad Sarkar
... working on Liposomes as immunomodulators and drug delivery using Liposomes and he secured a PhD degree for his thesis, ... Immunogenicity of carbohydrate determinants mediated through Liposomes: Liposome-mediated drug delivery from the University of ... Liposome Methods and Protocols: 163-173. Indu Kohaar; Showket Hussain; Nisha Thakur; Pratibha Tiwari; Vilas Nasare; Swaraj ...
*  Gerald Weissmann
... and a director of the Liposome Company, Inc. from 1982 to 2000, and two drugs based on his liposome work are now in the clinic ... Sessa, G. and Weissmann, G., Phospholipid spherules (liposomes) as a model for biological membranes, J. Lipid Res., 9:310-318, ... He is responsible for the codiscovery of Liposomes in 1965 and credited with coining that name by the Oxford Dictionary of the ... Abelcet and Myocet). There are now over 52,000 references to liposomes on PubMed. Dr. Weissmann has received the Lila Gruber ...
*  Doxorubicin
Unlike Doxil, the Myocet liposome does not have a polyethylene glycol coating, and therefore does not result in the same rate ... There is a pegylated (polyethylene glycol coated) liposome-encapsulated form of doxorubicin, sold as Doxil. It was developed to ... Versions that are pegylated and in liposomes are also available; however, are more expensive. Doxorubicin was originally made ... Doxorubicin is also available in liposome-encapsulated forms as Doxil (pegylated form), Myocet (nonpegylated form), and Caelyx ...
*  Nanocapsule
Other nanocapsule shells include liposomes, along with polysaccharides and saccharides. Polysaccharides and saccharides are ...
*  Lysosome
... s should not be confused with liposomes, or with micelles. Christian de Duve, the chairman of the Laboratory of ...
*  Ammonia transporter
"Functional reconstitution into liposomes of purified human RhCG ammonia channel". PLOS ONE. 5 (1): e8921. doi:10.1371/journal. ...