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Author(s): Mauroy, C.; Castagnos, P.; Blache, M. C.; Teissie, J.; Rico-Lattes, I.; Rols, M. P.; Blanzat, M.

Interaction between GUVs and catanionic nanocontainers: new insight Q2 into spontaneous membrane fusion

Journal: Chemical Communications (2012), pp. 1-3
DOI: 10.1039/c2cc32093b
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Abstract: Spontaneous receptor-free membrane fusion with pure lipid systems, used as a cell membrane model, is demonstrated with easy-to-handle lactose-derived catanionic vesicles. This fusion, mediated and controlled by phospholipids, emphasizes the great
value of these nanovesicles for enhanced direct cytosolic drug delivery without the shortcomings linked with endocytic pathways.



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