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A et S Biovecteurs
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Ramonville-Saint-Agne, FR
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5736371 Biodegradable particulate vector for transporting molecules having biological activity April 7, 1998
A biodegradable particulate vector for transporting biologically active molecules is prepared containing a nucleus for containing a biologically active molecule, a first layer of fatty acid compounds covalently bonded to the nucleus and a second layer of phospholipids hydrophobically bon
5534501 Particle for use as a milk fat globule substitute, composition containing same and process for t July 9, 1996
Particle for use especially as a fat substitute, characterized in that it includes an insoluble hydrophile matrix, surrounded by a hydrophobic layer of fatty acids bound to the matrix by covalent bonds and capable of interacting with lipidic or amphiphilic compounds. The invention also

 
 
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