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Ede Jones
5 months ago
Exosomes are a kind of vesicle secreted by cells into the extracellular space, with a bilayer membrane structure and teratoid morphology, containing abundant endosomes and involved in the intercellular molecular transfer. Exosomes are widely found in cell culture supernatants or tissue fluids of plants or animals. As a natural endogenous carrier, exosomes are extremely biocompatible. Exosomes have a phospholipid bilayer structure, similar to liposomes, and can be used not only for transporting lipophilic drugs but also for hydrophilic drugs.
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Ede Jones
5 months ago
Exosomes are vesicle-like vesicles secreted by cells, the contents of which include proteins, mRNA, DNA, and lipids. Exosomes have many biological functions as short- and long-range nanocarriers for intercellular communication. They allow the exchange of complex information between cells, as well as having the unique ability to migrate, target, and selectively internalize into specific cells, making them very promising delivery vehicles. Lifeasible offers exosome imaging services to better analyze the mechanisms by which exosomes play a role between cells.
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