A Nanomedicine Overview for mRNA Delivery: Innovative Methods Using Lipid Nanoparticles
March 29, 2018 @ 2-3pm ET
Session 3 of the 2018 Drug Design and Delivery Symposium
Using Nanomedicines as drug delivery vehicles are attractive as they can pack the drug product more efficiently, enhance their bioavailability, and target specific cells. However, the application of messenger RNA (mRNA) as a therapeutic treatment still lacks a safe formulation that can effectively compact the long and negatively charged biomolecule as well as deliver it into target cells without causing degradation. Join Marianna Yanez Arteta of AstraZeneca in the free, interactive webinar to discover how different scattering techniques are being employed to characterize lipid nanoparticles for efficient mRNA delivery.
What You Will Learn
- What current nanomedicines are being developed for drug delivery with emphasis in gene therapy
- Why use of lipid nanoparticles for RNA delivery
- How physical chemical characterization methods like small angle scattering, can be applied to elucidate the structure of lipid nanoparticles and improve their efficacy
- Date: Thursday, March 29, 2018 at 2-3 pm ET
- Fee: Free to Attend
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