Recombinant protein-based nanocarriers and their association with cationic liposomes : Characterization and in vitro evaluation

Recombinant protein-based nanocarriers and their association with cationic liposomes : Characterization and in vitro evaluation

Rafael F. Alves, Marianna T. P. Favaro, Tiago A. Balbino, Marcelo A. S.de Toledo, Lucimara G.de la Torre, Adriano R. Azzoni

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A major bottleneck in the development of efficient protocols for gene therapy and DNA vaccination is the low efficiency of gene transfer by non-viral vectors. This is mainly attributed to the fact that, during the traffic to target cell nuclei, vectors must overcome a series of enzymatic, physical,...

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Recombinant protein-based nanocarriers and their association with cationic liposomes : Characterization and in vitro evaluation

Rafael F. Alves, Marianna T. P. Favaro, Tiago A. Balbino, Marcelo A. S.de Toledo, Lucimara G.de la Torre, Adriano R. Azzoni


										

Recombinant protein-based nanocarriers and their association with cationic liposomes : Characterization and in vitro evaluation

Rafael F. Alves, Marianna T. P. Favaro, Tiago A. Balbino, Marcelo A. S.de Toledo, Lucimara G.de la Torre, Adriano R. Azzoni

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    Colloids and surfaces A: physicochemical and engineering aspects

    Vol. 513 (2017), p. 1-10