Nanoscale DNA-Zwıtterionıc Vesicle Formulation Compacted For Gene Delivery : Adiabatic Differential Scanning Calorimetric Study

@inproceedings{Sleymanolu2018NanoscaleDV,
  title={Nanoscale DNA-Zwıtterionıc Vesicle Formulation Compacted For Gene Delivery : Adiabatic Differential Scanning Calorimetric Study},
  author={E S{\"u}leymanolu},
  year={2018}
}
Nucleic acids-membrane associations comprise the least functionally studied macromolecular assembly, yet attract the attention of researchers due to their potential in the field of gene therapy (Leckband & Israelashvili, 2001). The design of novel nucleic acid delivery formulations proceeds mainly as searches of alternatives to highly efficient but risky viral based vehicles (Templeton, 2001; Liu & Huang, 2002; Miller, 2003). The main objective is to achieve compaction of genetic material… CONTINUE READING

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