Miniature Messengers - Cellular Communications Via Exosomes

In this eBook, learn more about exosome research, including utility, research applications, the potential for therapies, and more!

The Scientist Creative Services Team
Jul 9, 2018

Though exosomes, vesicles found in biofluid of eukaryotes, were originally believed to do little more than clear out cellular waste, we now know they are critical for a cell's ability to communicate with its neighbors. As exosome isolation techniques improve, researchers are able to study exosomes more closely, opening the door to better determine their functionality, discover biomarkers, and engineer them to deliver targeted treatments to cells and organs as therapeutics for a number of diseases.

Download this eBook from The Scientist to find out more about:
 • Exosomes as the cell's CCO
 • Research applications of exosomes
 • Exosome workflow
 • Key parameters and considerations for exosome research

This free eBook was made possible by an educational grant from System Biosciences (SBI).

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