Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, March 2nd, 2006
According to the review from Scotland, "Dendrimers have unique molecular architectures and properties that make them attractive materials for the development of nanomedicines. Key properties such as defined architecture and a high ratio of multivalent surface moieties to molecular volume also make these nanoscaled materials highly interesting for the development of synthetic (non-viral) vectors for therapeutic nucleic acids."
"Rational development of such vectors requires the link to be made between dendrimer structure and the morphology and...
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