liposomal Phospholipids (used to prepare liposomes) are divided to natural phospholipids and synthetic phospholipids.
As a leading phosphatidylcholine liposomal manufacturer, AVT specializes in developing drug delivery systems that utilize liposomes, lipid emulsions, and micro-nano targeted formulations. In particular, our liposome phospholipid undergoes a meticulous manufacturing process, ensuring the highest standards of quality and efficacy of their drug delivery systems.
Our products cover natural phospholipids, synthetic phospholipids, functionalized phospholipids, nucleic acid delivery and other sub-fields.
liposomal Phospholipids are used as skeleton membranes of liposomes.
liposomal Phospholipids used to prepare liposomes include natural phospholipids and synthetic phospholipids.
Synthetic phospholipids are preferred excipients with characteristics of stable properties, anti-oxidation, and stabilizing the finished products.
1. Liposomes are composed of phospholipids as the skeleton membrane and additives. The phospholipids used to prepare liposomes include natural phospholipids and synthetic phospholipids.
2. Additives, such as cholesterol, are needed to prepare liposomes. liposome phospholipid undergoes a mixture with Cholesterol, which is also an amphiphilic substancear, to prepare stable liposomes. Its function is to adjust the fluidity of the bilayer and reduce the liposomes membrane permeability.
3. In the liposome formulation, special excipients are also utilized. For example, irinotecan liposome Onivyde® uses sucrose octasulfate for gradient drug loading.
4. The lyophilized liposome generally uses sucrose or trehalose as the cryoprotectant for lyophilization.
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