Glycosylated Lipids

Glycosylation is a reaction in which a carbohydrate connects to the hydroxyl or other functional group of another molecule (a glycosylated receptor) in order to form a glycoconjugate. Glycosylated lipids are found primarily on the extracellular surfaces of organisms ranging from bacteria to humans. Glycation occurs when a lipid reacts with a hydroxyl or amine functional group of a carbohydrate molecule, forming an O- or N-glycosidic bond. Glycosylated lipids are involved in a variety of biological processes, including cell adhesion and the initiation of cellular signaling.

CD Bioparticles' services with customized delivery strategies, precise designs and modifications of drugs or drug-contained cargos, and advanced technical platforms can help you to solve:

The challenges you might meet:

  • The stability of the constructed drug carrier is poor
  • Drugs are widely distributed in the body
  • The specificity of the drug and the target site is poor
  • The side effects and bitter taste of drugs are hard to accept
  • Tedious liposome formulation, purifications, and production

Key benefits:

  • Increase efficacy and therapeutic index of the entrapped drug
  • Increase the hydrophilicity of lipid carrier
  • Low immunogenicity and good biocompatibility
  • Non-toxic and good biodegradability
  • Suitable for in vitro and in vivo experiments
  • Ready-to-use

Application candidates:

  • Research on signal transduction
  • Study on cell adhesion
  • Study on immune recognition function
  • Treatment of neurological diseases and tumors
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