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What are liposomes and what do they do?

Liposomes are small artificially created spheres enclosed by a phospholipid bilayer. The foreign DNA is packaged in the liposome , and then injected into the body.
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What is the function of a liposome?

Liposomes are nanometer size phospholipid vesicle containing aqueous phase inside its cavity. This hydrophobic phospholipid layer and the aqueous cavity can be used to load hy (MORE)
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What are fusogenic liposomes?

A fusogenic liposome composition for delivering a liposome-entrapped compound into the cytoplasm of a target cell is described. The liposomes have an outer surface coating of (MORE)
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What is the medical use of liposomes?

Liposomes are used commonly in medicine these days. A liposome canbe used somewhat like a vehicle for transfer of drugs or nutrients.Many drugs are considered liposomal drugs. (MORE)
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What was liposome designed for?

A liposome is a biological entity that consists of an inner vesicle surrounded by a lipid bilayer. The liposome was designed to deliver nutrients and medications to bodily tis (MORE)