Lipid transfer protein transports compounds from lipid nanoparticles to plasma lipoproteins.

Abstract

Nanometer-sized lipid emulsion particles with a diameter of 25-50 nm, called Lipid Nano-Sphere (LNS), are expected as a promising drug carrier to show prolonged plasma half-life of an incorporating drug. In terms of successful drug delivery using LNS, a drug should be incorporated into the lipid particles and remain within the particle, not only in the… (More)

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@article{Seki2004LipidTP, title={Lipid transfer protein transports compounds from lipid nanoparticles to plasma lipoproteins.}, author={Junzo Seki and Satoru Sonoke and Akira Saheki and Tomohiro Koike and Hiroshi Fukui and Masaharu Doi and Tadanori Mayumi}, journal={International journal of pharmaceutics}, year={2004}, volume={275 1-2}, pages={239-48} }