Development of a successive targeting liposome with multi‐ligand for efficient targeting gene delivery

  title={Development of a successive targeting liposome with multi‐ligand for efficient targeting gene delivery},
  author={K. Ma and Haijun Shen and S. Shen and M. Xie and Chuanbin Mao and L. Qiu and Yi Jin},
  journal={The Journal of Gene Medicine},
A successful gene delivery system needs to breakthrough several barriers to allow efficient transgenic expression. In the present study, successive targeting liposomes (STL) were constructed by integrating various targeting groups into a nanoparticle to address this issue. 
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