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Lipid nanoparticles (LNP) containing ionizable cationic lipids are the leading systems for enabling therapeutic applications of siRNA; however, the structure of these systems has not been defined. Here we examine the structure of LNP siRNA systems containing DLinKC2-DMA(an ionizable cationic lipid), phospholipid, cholesterol and a polyethylene glycol (PEG)(More)
A mistake has been found in the article on page 18444. The second paragraph should read: " Here we explored whether limit size particles compatible with such structures could be generated using PEG-lipid as the surface lipid. In this regard a vesicle containing an internal aqueous core of 5 nm diameter has an outside-to-inside surface area ratio of 6.8(More)
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