International seminar on the red blood cells as vehicles for drugs.

  title={International seminar on the red blood cells as vehicles for drugs.},
  author={Yann Godfrin and Françoise Horand and Robert Franco and Emmanuelle Dufour and Elena A Kosenko and Bridget E. Bax and Alice Banz and Olexii A Skorokhod and Jos{\'e} Mart{\'i}nez Lanao and Victor Vitvitsky and Elena I Sinauridze and Vanessa Bourgeaux and Kurt C Gunter},
  journal={Expert opinion on biological therapy},
  volume={12 1},
The first human transfusion was performed by the pioneer Dr Jean-Baptiste Denis in France in 1667 and now, three centuries later, around 50 millions blood units are transfused every year, saving millions of lives. Today, there is a new application for red blood cells (RBCs) in cellular therapy: the effective use of erythrocytes as vehicles for chemical or biological drugs. Using this approach, the therapeutic index of RBC-entrapped molecules can be significantly improved with increased efficacy… CONTINUE READING
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