Physicochemical and in vitro evaluation of cationic liposome, hyaluronic acid and plasmid DNA as pseudo-ternary complexes for gene delivery

Physicochemical and in vitro evaluation of cationic liposome, hyaluronic acid and plasmid DNA as pseudo-ternary complexes for gene delivery

Tiago A. Balbino, Gabriela S. C. Correa, Marianna T. P. Favaro, Marcelo A. S. Toledo, Adriano R. Azzoni, Lucimara G. de la Torre

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The association of liposome-based gene delivery systems with different biopolymers has been investigated to provide multifunctional properties for its complexes, such as alternative delivery routes and targeting delivery. Hyaluronic acid (HA) is an anionic mucoadhesive biopolymer that can interact...

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Physicochemical and in vitro evaluation of cationic liposome, hyaluronic acid and plasmid DNA as pseudo-ternary complexes for gene delivery

Tiago A. Balbino, Gabriela S. C. Correa, Marianna T. P. Favaro, Marcelo A. S. Toledo, Adriano R. Azzoni, Lucimara G. de la Torre


										

Physicochemical and in vitro evaluation of cationic liposome, hyaluronic acid and plasmid DNA as pseudo-ternary complexes for gene delivery

Tiago A. Balbino, Gabriela S. C. Correa, Marianna T. P. Favaro, Marcelo A. S. Toledo, Adriano R. Azzoni, Lucimara G. de la Torre

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    Colloids and surfaces A: physicochemical and engineering aspects

    Vol. 484 (2015), p. 262-270