Extracellular Vesicles: Applications and Potential

Explore why extracellular vesicles are attractive candidates for new therapeutic approaches.

Beckman Coulter Life Sciences
May 13, 2022

Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are nanoparticles encapsulated by a lipid bilayer produced by cells. Since they are secreted, they can be easily harvested or extracted from biological fluids. They carry a variety of cargoes and play critical roles in intercellular communications and physiological processes, making them attractive drug delivery vectors or direct therapeutic agents. Learn more about extracting and using EVs at

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