Update on Chitosan: A Non-Viral Gene Delivery Vector
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Update on Chitosan: A Non-Viral Gene Delivery Vector

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Book Description
Among the various natural polymer-based gene delivery vectors, chitosan is the most prominent. As a biocompatible, biodegradable, nontoxic and easily modifiable material, chitosan has been widely researched for a variety of biomedical applications such as wound healing, drug/gene delivery systems, implant coatings and tissue engineering/regeneration. Chitosan was first described as a delivery system for plasmids by Mumper's group in 1995. The role of chitosan in gene delivery was supported by its ability to protonate in acidic conditions and to form complexes with anionic DNA by electrostatic interactions. The biodegradable cationic polymer chitosan is capable of forming small and stable toroidal complexes with plasmid DNA and provide protection against
Book Specifications
ISBN-13 9781847356666
Language English
Binding Hard Bound
Publisher Smithers Rapra Technology
Publishing Date 2012-06-28
Total Pages 108