Handbook of Nonmedical Applications of Liposomes: Theory and Basic Sciences [Hardback]

, (Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical University, Israel)
  • Formāts: Hardback, 352 pages, height x width: 254x178 mm, 176 equations; 17 Tables, black and white
  • Sērija : Routledge Revivals 1
  • Izdošanas datums: 12-Jun-2019
  • Izdevniecība: CRC Press
  • ISBN-10: 0367260964
  • ISBN-13: 9780367260965
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  • Formāts: Hardback, 352 pages, height x width: 254x178 mm, 176 equations; 17 Tables, black and white
  • Sērija : Routledge Revivals 1
  • Izdošanas datums: 12-Jun-2019
  • Izdevniecība: CRC Press
  • ISBN-10: 0367260964
  • ISBN-13: 9780367260965
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First published in 1996, liposomes have become an important model in fundamental biomembrane research, including biophysical, biochemical, and cell biological studies of membranes and cell function. They are thoroughly studied in several applications, such as drug delivery systems in medical applications and as controlled release systems, microencapsulating media, signal carriers, support matrices, and solubilizers in other applications. While medical applications have been extensively reviewed in recent literature, there is a need for easily accessible information on applications for liposomes beyond pharmacology and medicine. The Handbook of Nonmedical Applications of Liposomes fills this void.
This unique new handbook series presents recent developments in the use of liposomes in many scientific disciplines, from studies on the origin of life, protein function, and vesicle shapes, to applications in cosmetics, diagnostics, ecology, bioreclamation, and the food industry. In these volumes many of the top experts contribute extensive reviews of their work.
Physical Characterization of Liposomes for Understanding Structure-Function Relationships in Biological Membranes, D. Marsh The Suitability of Liposomes as Models for Studying Lipid Phase Transitions and Lipid Organization and Dynamics in Biological Membranes, R.N. McElhaney Consequences of Phase Separations in Membranes, W.L.C. Vaz What Do Probe Molecules Monitor in Lipid Bilayers?, U.A. van der Heide, H. Eviatar, and Y.K. Levine Characterization of Liposomes and Vesicles by 31P-NMR, P.L. Yeagle LIPIDAT: A Database of Lipid Phase Transition Temperatures, Enthalpy Changes, and Associated Information, M. Caffrey, R. Koynova, J. Hogan, and D. Moynihan Liposomes and Membrane Stability, R.M. Epand and I. Polozov Membrane Systems as Models for Studying Permeabilization Exemplified by Polyene Antibiotics, C. Salerno, C. Crif`o, and E. Capuozzo Liposomes as a Tool to Study Blood Coagulation, B.R. Lentz Use of Liposomes for Administering Fluorescent Lipids and Studying Their Metabolism in Normal and Lipidotic Cells, S. Gatt, T. Dinur, S. Cerbu-Karabat, A. Dagan, and V. Agmon Vesicles in Biological Systems and the Origin of Life-A Foreword to Section Two, Y. Barenholz and D. Lasic Specifically Designed Lipid Assemblies as Tools for Two-Dimensional Crystallization of Soluble Biological Macromolecules, L. Lebeau, P. Schultz, H. Celia, P. Mesini, S. Nuss, C. Klinger, S. Olland, P. Oudet, and C. Mioskowski Supermolecular Assembly of Peptide Molecules in Liposomes, Y. Imanishi and S. Kimura Liposomes as a Model for Solubilization and Reconstitution of Membranes, D. Lichtenberg Liposomes in Reconstitution of Ion-Pumps, F. Cornelius and J.V. Moller Liposomes in Reconstitution of Proton-Motive Proteins, S. Papa, M. Lorusso, N. Capitanio, and F. Zanotti Reconstitution of Gap Junction Channels: Liposomes as Tools to Assay the Activity of Channel-Forming Proteins, J.A. Diez and A. Villalobo Kinetic, Thermodynamic, and Spectroscopic Studies of the Interactions between Redox Proteins and Lipid Bilayers, G. Tollin, Z. Salamon, and G. Cheddar Transbilayer Transport Induced by Transmembrane pH Gradients in Liposomes: Implications for Biological Systems, M.J. Parr and P.R. Cullis Liposome Models of Primitive Membrane Structures, D.W. Deamer and A.C. Chakrabarti Self-Reproducing Liposomes and Chemicals Autopoiesis, P.L. Luigi and P. Walde Lipid Vesicles as Model Systems for Archaea Membranes, A. Gliozzi and A. Relini Liposomes in Biomineralization, E.D. Eanes Liposome Interaction with Hydroxyapatite May Explain Calcification in Biological Systems, S. Sarig Index
Danilo D. Lasic, Yechezkel Barenholz, Ching-Hsien Huang, Shusen Li, Ole G Mouritsen, Shlomo Nir.