Cell Membrane Coated Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications

  • Elham Nemati shiraz university of medical science
  • ahmad gholami
Keywords: : Nanoparticles, biomedical applications, Cell Membrane-Coated Nanoparticles, targeted drug delivery, immune response

Abstract

Today cell-based remedies have shown amazing and hopeful results in many medical fields, including genetic engineering, bio-imaging, and regenerative medicine and drug delivery. The distribution of phospholipids and proteins across cellular membranes is asymmetric in most organisms and this asymmetry plays an essential role in various cellular activities and functions, for example programmed cell death, absorption, etc. Scientists have attempted to study membrane-regulated formation and function for many years. Today, researchers are constantly trying to use asymmetric artificial membrane models in various fields. Presently nanoparticles (NPs) have been extensively inquired into several biomedical applications containing diagnostics, cancer therapy, imaging, and targeted drug and gene-delivery. It is necessary to modify the surface of nanomaterials and nanoparticles so that they are not to be cleared by the immune system. In this study, biomedical applications and challenges faced by nanoparticles coated by cell membranes and other medical applications of asymmetric membranes which are often made of lipids, polymers, or a combination of both, are investigated

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2022-03-20
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Nemati E, gholami ahmad. Cell Membrane Coated Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications. AANBT [Internet]. 20Mar.2022 [cited 20Jan.2022];3(1):49-. Available from: https://www.dormaj.org/index.php/AANBT/article/view/492
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