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Low-toxicity metallosomes for biomedical applications by self-assembly of organometallic metallosurfactants and phospholipids

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A new and convenient strategy for the preparation of metallosomes has been developed by mixing organometallic metallosurfactants and phospholipids. These aggregates show the characteristic properties of liposomes (stability upon dilution and low toxicity) and the toxicity is at least ten-fold lower than that of the metallosurfactant aggregates without phospholipids.

Graphical abstract: Low-toxicity metallosomes for biomedical applications by self-assembly of organometallic metallosurfactants and phospholipids

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Submitted
26 Jun 2017
Accepted
29 Jun 2017
First published
29 Jun 2017

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2017,53, 8455-8458
Article type
Communication

Low-toxicity metallosomes for biomedical applications by self-assembly of organometallic metallosurfactants and phospholipids

M. Marín-García, N. Benseny-Cases, M. Camacho, J. Suades and R. Barnadas-Rodríguez, Chem. Commun., 2017, 53, 8455
DOI: 10.1039/C7CC04945E

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