Liposomes
Sessions E1, E2, & E3

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Session E1 (Sunday, 0900-1200)  Salon 14
Session Chair: D. Discher

0900 -  22. D.H. Thompson; Intracellular delivery of DNA and proteins using vinyl ether-based drug delivery vehicles
0945 -  23. K. Kono; Thermosensitive polymer-modified liposomes for drug delivery
1015 - Break
1030 -  24. W.T. Phillips; Radiolabeled liposomes for medical imaging and assessment of liposome delivery systems
1100 -  25. J. Kimura; Long circulating cationic liposomes: A new tool for targeting drug delivery
1130 -  26. S. Panzner; Individually encapsulated liposomes for drug delivery
1200 - End of Session

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Session E2 (Sunday, 1400-1700)  Salon 14
Session Chair: D. Needham

1400 -  56. D. Discher; Molecular weight dependent properties and controlled release of polymersomes
1445 -  57. Y. Li; Characterization and application of polymer stabilized liposome systems
1515 - Break
1530 -  58. S. Nakagawa; Direct introduction of macromolecules into living cells using fusogenic liposomes
1600 -  59. G.J. Grant; Liposomal bupivacaine: From bench to bedside
1630 -  60. D. Emerson; Low-clearance liposomal formulations of oncolytics show improved pharmokinetics and preclinical antitumor activity
1700 - End of Session

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Session E3 (Monday, 0900-1200)  Salon 14
Session Chair: D. Thompson

0900 -  90. D. Needham; From soft materials to cancer treatment: The mechanochemistry of lipid vesicles with implications for drug carrier design
0945 -  91. J. Bouwstra; Elastic vesicles as a tool for transdermal delivery: Drug transport and mode of action
1015 - Break
1030 -  92. Y. Durant; Molecular trigger for the delivery of peptides from liposomes
1100 -  93. D.F. O'Brien; Radiation sensitive liposomes for site specific drug delivery
1130 -  94. W. Meier; Polymer nanocontainers for drug delivery
1200 - End of Session

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