Top Tips for Characterizing Lipid Nanoparticles
In recent years we’ve seen a steep rise in the application of nanomedicine, particularly with the use of viral and non-viral delivery vectors for nucleic acids, for use in vaccine development and cell and gene therapy.
These delivery vectors show great promise. However, they pose significant manufacturing and analytical challenges due to their structural complexity. Consequently, you need to apply a combination of fit-for-purpose, complementary analytical tools during product development, process control, and quality control.
Watch this webinar now to learn how these techniques can be applied to characterize the physical and chemical attributes of lipid nanoparticles encapsulating mRNA, including:
- Dynamic light scattering
- Nanoparticle tracking analysis
- Differential scanning calorimetry