Characterisation of ExoPr0 exosomes derived from proliferating GMP-grade CTX cells

      Exosomes are nanosized, cell-secreted, lipid bilayer vesicles containing multiple transmembrane proteins and complex cargoes (nucleic acids, metabolites, proteins and lipids) capable of being delivered to target cells. As such they offer a novel methodology for drug delivery and represent an innovative and rapidly developing new class of therapies. However, the success of this new therapeutic approach in clinical settings will be dependent on several challenges being overcome such as the standardisation of exosome isolation and storage procedures and, improved product characterisation.
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