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Stealth Liposomes

1st Edition

Edited by Danilo D. Lasic, Francis J. Martin

CRC Press

320 pages

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Description

This book examines stealth liposomes from a multidisciplinary approach, which includes theoretical polymer physics, organic synthesis, colloid science, and biology. Discussions include theory, chemistry, biochemistry, pharmacology, preclinical studies in model systems, and medical applications in humans.

Reviews

…a valuable account of a developing technology that may, at long last, place liposomes on the map of successful drug delivery systems."

- J. Controlled Release, 35 (1995) 181-182

Table of Contents

Introduction, D.D. Lasic and F.J. Martin

Foreword, A.D. Bangham

Stealth® Liposomes: From Steric Stabilization to Targeting, D. Papahadjopoulos

Fate of Liposomes In Vivo and Its Control: An Historical Perspective, G. Gregoriadis

Effect of Surface Modification with Glycolipids and Polysaccharides on In Vivo Fate of Liposomes, P.C. Ghosh and B.K. Bachhawat

Stabilization of Colloidal Dispersions by Grafted Polymers, O. Borisov, P. Auroy, and L. Auvray

Physical Properties of Polymer-Grafted Bilayers, K. Hristova and D. Needham

Molecular Mechanism of Liposome and Immunoliposome Steric Protection with Poly (Ethylene Glycol): Theoretical and Experimental Proofs of the Role of Polymer Chain Flexibility, V.P. Torchilin, M.I. Papisov, A.A. Bogdanov, V.S. Trubetskoy, and V.G. Omelyanenko

Measurement of the Range and Magnitude of the Repulsive Pressure between PEG-Coated Liposomes, T.J. McIntosh, A.K. Kenworthy, and D. Needham

Modulation and Modeling of Interaction Forces between Lipid Bilayers Exposing Terminally Grafted Polymer Chains, T.L. Kuhl, D.E. Leckband, D.D. Lasic, and J.N. Israelachvili

Polyetheylene Glycol-Lipid Conjugates, S. Zalipsky

Biological Properties of Sterically Stabilized Liposomes, M.C. Woodle, M.S. Newman, and P.K. Working

Mechanism of Stealth® Liposomes Accumulation in Some Pathological Tissues, S.K. Huang, F.J. Martin, D.S. Friend, and D. Papahadjopoulos

Extravasation of Stealth® Liposomes into Tumors: Direct Measurement of Accumulation and Vascular Permeability Using a Skin-Flap Window Chamber, M. Dewhirst and D. Needham

Pharmacokinetics and Antitumor Activity of Anthracyclines Precipitated in Sterically Stabilized (Stealth®) Liposomes, D.D. Lasic

Tissue Uptake and Therapeutic Effects of Stealth® Doxorubicin, J. Vaage and E. Barbera

Therapeutic Application of Vincristine in Conventional and Sterically Stabilized Liposomes, P.S. Uster

Stealth® Liposomes as a Drug Sustained Release System for 1-b-D-Arabinosylfuranosylcytosine (Cytosine Arabinoside), T.M. Allen

Stealth® Liposomes as Carriers of Antibiotics in Infectious Diseases, I. Bakker-Woudenberg, G. Storm, and M.C. Woodle

Sterically Stabilized Liposome-Encapsulated Hemoglobin, S. Zheng, Y. Zheng, and R. Beissinger

PEG-Modified Liposomes for Gamma-II and Magnetic Resonance Imaging, V.P. Torchilin, J. Narula, B.A. Khaw, and V.S. Trubetskoy

Antibody-Targeted Stealth® Liposomes, T.M. Allen, C.B. Hansen, and S. Zalipsky

Doxorubicin Encapsulated in Polyethylene-Glycol Coated Liposomes: Initial Clinical-Pharmacokinetic Studies in Solid Tumors, A. Gabizon, A. Huang, F. Martin, and Y. Barenholz

Pharmacokinetics and Tumor Localization of DOX-SL (Stealth® Liposomal Doxorubicin) by Comparison with Adriamycin in Patients with AIDS and Kaposi Sarcoma, D. Northfelt, L. Kaplan, J. Russell, and P. Volberding

Efficacy of DOX-SL (Stealth® Liposomal Doxorubicin) in the Treatment of Advanced AIDS-Related Kaposi Sarcoma, J.R. Bogner and F.D. Goebel

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MEDICAL / Pharmacology