Liposomes and nanovesicles

Synthetic Exosomes

Polymeric Nanoparticles

Metallic Nanoparticles

Liposomes and nanovesicles

Nanovesicles are able to encapsulate a wide variety of compounds as hydrophlic or lipophilic molecules, peptides, enzymes and proteins, among others. Nanovesicles obtained from Pronanosomes have multiple applications such as:

  • Drug delivery and targeting
  • Studying Inmune response
  • (Trans)dermal drug delivery systems
  • Nutraceuticals and food applications
  • Cosmetics
  • Others

Synthetic exosomes

Production of exosome mimetics is more easily scalable for use in preclinical or clinical settings. In addition, the assembly process of exosome mimetics is controllable and results in the formation of “clean”, well-characterized drug delivery systems with high pharmaceutical acceptability. Synthetic exosomes have multiple applications such as:

  • Drug delivery and targeting
  • Delivery of peptide drugs and proteins
  • Studying Inmune response

Polymeric Nanoparticles

Production of exosome mimetics is more easily scalable for use in preclinical or clinical settings. In addition, the assembly process of exosome mimetics is controllable and results in the formation of “clean”, well-characterized drug delivery systems with high pharmaceutical acceptability. Synthetic exosomes have multiple applications such as:

  • Drug delivery and targeting
  • Delivery of peptide drugs and proteins
  • Studying Inmune response

Inorganic nanoparticles

Within the past few decades, nanoparticles (particularly gold nanoparticles) have received great interest among research community as one of the effective drug delivery systems. Gold nanoparticles are also an ideal drug-delivery scaffold because they are known to be nontoxic and nonimmunogenic. Also, gold nanoparticles can be readily functionalized with multiple targeting molecules and have so far shown excellent potential for the delivery of multiple drugs.

  • Drug delivery and targeting
  • Delivery of peptide drugs and proteins
  • Studying Inmune response
  • Others