A plasmon-based nanoruler to probe the mechanical properties of synthetic and biogenic nanosized lipid vesicles

Nanosized lipid vesicles are ubiquitous in residing techniques (e.g. mobile compartments or extracellular vesicles, EVs) and in formulations for nanomedicine (e.g. liposomes for RNA vaccine formulations). The mechanical properties of such vesicles are essential in a number of physicochemical and organic processes, starting from mobile uptake to stability in aerosols. Nonetheless, their correct willpower stays … Read more