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New Liposomes for Drug Delivery Swim Past Body’s Immune System

Shared by Radhika Narayanan | 10 27 0 | about 1 year ago

New Liposomes for Drug Delivery Swim Past Body’s Immune System

Liposomes have been studied extensively as vehicles for targeted delivery of drugs throughout the body because of their beneficial characteristics, but they’re still recognized by the immune system. That means that there could be a host of unexpected reactions to liposome-based treatments. Now researchers at the University of Basel and University of Fribourg in Switzerland have created artificial phospholipid vesicles that are seemingly ignored by the immune system.

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