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Figure 3. From: Porous Nanoparticle Supported Lipid Bilayers (Protocells) as Delivery Vehicles.

Confocal fluorescence images of protocells with CHO cells. (A) FITC-labeled core and Texas Red-labeled DOTAP shell. (B) CHO incubated with free calcein in media. (C) CHO incubated with calcein encapsulated in supported DOTAP bilayers.

Juewen Liu, et al. J Am Chem Soc. ;131(4):1354-1355.
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Figure 2. From: Porous Nanoparticle Supported Lipid Bilayers (Protocells) as Delivery Vehicles.

(A) Calcein incorporation in mesoporous silica cores after fusion with DOPC/DOTAP or DOPC/DOPS liposomes. Inset: optical image of centrifuged mesoporous silica cores (indicated by the arrows) after incubation with 250 μM calcein solutions with and without DOTAP liposomes. (B) Confocal fluorescence images of calcein loaded protocells formed by fusion of Texas Red-labeled DOTAP liposomes. Green channel, calcein; red channel, Texas Red; merged = red + green.

Juewen Liu, et al. J Am Chem Soc. ;131(4):1354-1355.
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Figure 1. From: Porous Nanoparticle Supported Lipid Bilayers (Protocells) as Delivery Vehicles.

(A) Representative TEM image of mesoporous silica nanoparticles cores. Scale bar = 50 nm. Inset: dynamic light scattering histogram. (B) Simultaneous loading and encapsulation of drugs through liposome fusion on mesoporous silica nanoparticles (1); cellular uptake of loaded protocells (2); and release within cells (3). (C) Confocal fluorescence images of the green-labeled mesoporous core, red-labeled lipid bilayer, and merged image confirming the postulated construct.

Juewen Liu, et al. J Am Chem Soc. ;131(4):1354-1355.

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