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Young Hoon Roh, Jong Bum Lee, Pichamon Kiatwuthinon, Mark R. Hartman, Judy J. Cha, Soong Ho Um, David A. Muller and Dan Luo DNAsomes: Multifunctional DNA-Based Nanocarriers Small 7

Version of Record online: 25 NOV 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/smll.201000752

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Multifunctional DNAsomes: DNA–lipid amphiphiles self-assemble into novel “DNAsomes”—liposome-like core–shell structures with subunits composed of branched DNA–lipid hybrid molecules. These DNAsomes can be precisely tuned over a wide range in terms of both size and surface charge. More importantly, DNAsome is a natural carrier of small interfering RNA (siRNA) due to DNA–RNA base-pairing, enabling efficient co-delivery of drugs and siRNA. The DNAsome represents a universal multifunctional drug vector for simultaneous delivery of drugs, tracer dyes, or antibodies, along with genes, siRNA, or antisense nucleic acids.

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