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New Research Is a Step Towards Stabilizing a Lipid Nanoparticle

News   Apr 15, 2021 | Original story from University of Texas at Dallas

 
New Research Is a Step Towards Stabilizing a Lipid Nanoparticle

This illustration depicts a proteoliposome -- a spherical bilayer of fat molecules (white and blue) -- stabilized in a structure called a zeolitic-imidazole framework composed of zinc acetate and methylimidazole. Inserted into the lipid bilayer -- which mimics a cell membrane -- are modeled structures of CopA proteins, with a section (in pink) that resides inside the lipid and sections above the lipid surface (brown) and slightly inside the liposome (also brown, but inside). Credit: University of Texas at Dallas

 
 
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