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The concept of carriers to deliver drugs to target organs and modify drug disposition has been widely discussed1. The majority of such reports have concerned the use of phospholipid vesicles or liposomes2, which exhibit certain disadvantages, such as chemical instability, high cost and variable purity of lipids used, which militates against their adoption as drug delivery vehicle. Alternatives to phospholipids are thus of interest from the technical viewpoint and could also allow a wider study of the influence of chemical composition on the biological fate of vesicles3.
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Author(s): Alok Namdeo N K Jain