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Cationic Transfection Lipids

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This review focuses on the recent developments in study of cationic lipids as carriers for DNA delivery. Emphasis is placed on a class of compounds as exemplifies by their similarity in structures and transfection activities. The technical aspects are also reviewed on how to prepare DNA-lipid complexes and to perform transfection. A brief discussion of the current views on the mechanism of cationic lipid-mediated DNA transfer is intended to provide new prospects for future developments and further improvement of the current systems.

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Keywords: cationic lipids; gene delivery; liposomes; nonviral vectors; transfection

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 2003-07-01

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