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Section I. Bioactive Liposomes
1. Tubular Liposomes with Variable Permeability for Reconstitution of FtsZ Rings
Masaki Osawa and Harold P. Erickson
2. Detection and Analysis of Protein Synthesis and RNA Replication in Giant Liposomes
Takeshi Sunami, Hiroshi Kita, Kazufumi Hosoda, Tomoaki Matsuura, Hiroaki Suzuki and Tetsuya Yomo
3. Construction of Cell-Sized Liposomes Encapsulating Actin and Actin-Crosslinking Proteins
Kingo Takiguchi, Ayako Yamada, Makiko Negishi, Makoto Honda, Yohko Tanaka-Takiguchi, and Kenichi Yoshikawa
4. Reconstitution of Membrane Budding with Unilamellar Vesicles
Anna V. Shnyrova and Joshua Zimmerberg
Section II. Liposomes and Nanotechnology
5. Detection of Antimycolic Acid Antibodies by Liposomal Biosensors
Y. Lemmer, S. T., Thanyani, P. J. Vrey, C. H. S. Driver, L. Venter, S. van Wyngaardt, A. M. C. ten Bokum, K. I. Ozoemena, L. A. Pilcher, D. G. Fernig, A. C. Stoltz, H. S. Swai, J. A. Verschoor
6. Solid Lipid Nanoparticle (SLN) Formulations: Pharmacokinetic and Biopharmaceutical Aspects in Drug Delivery
Eliana B. Souto and Slavomira Doktorovová
7. Preparation of Complexes of Liposomes with Gold Nanoparticles
Chie Kojima, Yusuke Hirano and Kenji Kono
8. Bio-Nanocapsule-Liposome Conjugates for In Vivo Pinpoint Drug and Gene Delivery
Takeshi Kasuya, Joohee Jung, Rie Kinoshita, Yasumasa Goh, Takashi Matsuzaki, Masumi Iijima, Nobuo Yoshimoto, Katsuyuki Tanizawa and Shun’ichi Kuroda
9. Nano-Liposomal Dry Powder Formulations
Gaurang Patel, Mahavir Chougule, Mandip Singh, and Ambikanandan Misra
10. Lanthanide-Loaded Paramagnetic Liposomes as Switchable Magnetically Oriented Nanovesicles
Silvio Aime, Daniela Delli Castelli, and Enzo Terreno
11. Reconstitution of Membrane Proteins in Phospholipid Bilayer Nanodiscs
T. K. Ritchie, Y. V. Grinkova, T. H. Bayburt, I. G. Denisov, J. K. Zolnerciks, W. M. Atkins, Stephen G. Sligar
12. DNA Controlled Assembly of Liposomes in Diagnostics
Stefan Vogel and Ulla Jakobsen
13. Soft Hybrid Nanostructures Composed of Phospholipid Liposomes Decorated with Oligonucleotides
Martina Banchelli, Francesca Baldelli Bombelli, Debora Berti and Piero Baglioni
14. Synthesis, Characterization and Optical Response of Gold Nanoshells Used to Trigger Release from Liposomes
Guohui Wu, Alexander Mikhailovsky, Htet A. Khant, and Joseph A. Zasadzinski
15. Complex Nanotube-Liposome Networks
Aldo Jesorka and Owe Orwar
16. Bionanotubules formed from liposomes
Josemar A. Castillo and Mark Hayes
17. Engineering Cationic Liposome: siRNA Complexes for In Vitro and In Vivo Delivery
Jennifer E. Podesta and Kostas Kostarelos
Liposomes are cellular structures made up of lipid molecules, which are water insoluble organic molecules and the basis of biological membranes. Important as a cellular model in the study of basic biology, liposomes are also used in clinical applications such as drug delivery and virus studies. Liposomes Part F is a continuation of previous MIE Liposome volumes A through E.
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