Encapsulation of bilayer vesicles by self-assembly


Vesicles of lipid bilayers have been investigated as drug-delivery vehicles for almost 20 years1-8. The vesicles’ interior space is separated from the surrounding solution because small molecules have only limited permeability through the bilayer. Single-walled (unilamellar) vesicles are made by a variety of non-equilibrium techniques, including mechanical… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/387061a0


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