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Exosomes as an siRNA delivery vehicle

Researchers from the University of Palermo (Italy) generated targeted exosomes able to deliver Imatinib or BCR-ABL siRNA to CML cells in order to overcome pharmacological resistance. The benefit of using exosomes as a drug delivery system lies in the fact that ...

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Functional exosome-mimic for delivery of siRNA to cancer


Exosomes, the smallest subgroup of extracellular vesicles, have been recognized as extracellular organelles that contain genetic and proteomic information for long distance intercellular communication. Exosome-based drug delivery is currently a subject of intensive research. Here, researchers from the Ohio State ...

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