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Encapsulation of bilayer vesicles by self-assembly

It is possible to produce a multicompartmental aggregate of tethered vesicles encapsulated within a larger bilayer vesicle by using molecular-recognition processes mediated by lipophilic receptors and substrates. Researchers have named these encapsulated aggregates vesosomes. A combination of cochle... Full description

Journal Title: Nature May 1, 1997, Vol.386(6628), p.61(4)
Main Author: Walker, Scott A.
Other Authors: Kennedy, Michael T. , Zasadzinski, Joseph A.
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description: It is possible to produce a multicompartmental aggregate of tethered vesicles encapsulated within a larger bilayer vesicle by using molecular-recognition processes mediated by lipophilic receptors and substrates. Researchers have named these encapsulated aggregates vesosomes. A combination of cochleate cylinders and ligand-receptor interactions can alone produce a spontaneous encapsulation of the vesicle aggregate. This takes place gently, thus ensuring that the integrity of the interior membranes is maintained.
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