Virosomes: A Novel Strategy for Drug Delivery and Targeting - Virosomes present novel drug-delivery vehicles with distinct advantages over liposomes. - BioPharm International

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Virosomes: A Novel Strategy for Drug Delivery and Targeting
Virosomes present novel drug-delivery vehicles with distinct advantages over liposomes.


BioPharm International Supplements
Volume 24, pp. s9-s14

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