Reply Sat 11 Nov, 2017 08:49 pm
Can you determine liposome formation by light microscopy? If so, how would you distinguish them from lipid droplets?
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Reply Sun 12 Nov, 2017 06:31 am
@Andyagarcia,
Dont know about formation. Pwrhaps you can search some cosmetics sites since they are handy as dispersed agentst for cosmetics. Im familiar with their visuallization under polarized light microscopy where products using liposomes are checked for Quality.
Heres an article we had on file

IMAGING LIPOSOMES UNDER POLARIZED LIGHT MICROSCOPY
I cant recall what dyes weve used but wouldnt lipids and liposomes (especially the dual layering, be distinguishable by different xline dyes
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dalehileman
 
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Reply Tue 14 Nov, 2017 01:06 pm
@Andyagarcia,
... spherical vesicle having at least one lipid bilayer...used ... for administration of nutrients and pharmaceutical drugs... can be prepared by disrupting biological membranes...
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