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Published 24 Oct 2018

Characterizing Liposome Formation, Structure, and Stability

Liposomes have been attractive delivery systems for decades due to their composition of natural biological lipids and structural resemblance to cell membranes suggesting metabolic compatibility, low toxicity, biocompatibility and lack of a strong immune response1.  They are comprised of spherical…READ MORE >

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Published 15 Sep 2016

NTA or DLS?

Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis or Dynamic Light Scattering ? After a recent joint NanoSight and Zetasizer demonstration, I received this set of questions that helps illustrate the core of the issue of these two techniques: Since the Nanosight gives me particle…READ MORE >

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Published 2 Mar 2016

L’équipe Malvern vous attend à Forum Labo Biotech Lyon

L’équipe Malvern vous attend à Forum Labo Biotech Lyon, stand 48 Allée B, avec plein de nouveautés ! Les 30 et 31 mars, venez rencontrer nos spécialistes lyonnais de la chromatographie, de la rhéologie et de la granulométrie laser.  …READ MORE >

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Published 5 Jan 2016

How many scientists at Malvern?

Towards the end of the year, a review of the past seems a fitting blog theme.  For the Zetasizer this is particularly impressive, as we now have over 55,000 citations  for this technology in scientific journals. The next most cited Malvern system…READ MORE >

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Published 21 Apr 2015

ISEV 2015: Improved Concentration Data with NTA

Here at Malvern, the NanoSight team is preparing for the International Society of Extracellular Vesicles (ISEV) meeting this week in Washington, D.C. and can’t wait to attend what will be the biggest extracellular vesicle conference to date. The widespread use…READ MORE >

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