Liposome Kit Development

Creative Biostructure possesses a plenty of liposome resources that facilitate liposome applications in large scales. Besides customizing liposomes for a specific use, Creative Biostructure provides various liposome kits for customers to prepare liposomes on-site with more flexibility.

Why use liposome kits?

Liposome kits are lyophilized lipid mixtures, serving as a convenient system for liposome manufacturing and can be used in many fields including biotechnology, agriculture, and medicine research. The lipid powder is stable when stored under -20 °C, from which liposome suspension is achievable by adding aqueous solution into the powder. Alternatively, encapsulated solute could be added by a different protocol. Liposome kits are a very flexible and efficient tool for your research by combining all lipid composition required in one set. Depending on the research need, the ratio and species of lipid contents, such as phospholipids, fluorescent lipids, sphingolipids, sterols, etc., could be customized. Up till now, there are more than 50 commercial transfection kits in the market, mainly used in gene delivery and transfection, depletion of macrophages, culture medium and so on.

Lipids commonly used in liposome preparation Figure 1. Lipids commonly used in liposome preparation.

Noticing the promising future of liposome kits, Creative Biostructure offers lipid products and related reagents filters for kits development:

  • High quality lipids: Cationic lipid, phospholipids, sterols, etc.
  • Filters: ideally suitable for different-sized-liposome making.
  • Properties analysis: Liposome stability, encapsulation efficiency.
  • Technical support for development of liposome kits.

Creative Biostructure offers various lipid mixtures to develop simple and cost-efficient kits. Based on the best quality products and development experiences, Creative Biostructure can customize suitable kits for both pharmaceutical industry and the biotechnology industry. For more details, please contact us.

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