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Yueh Erh Rahman, Elizabeth A Cerny: Liposome-encapsulated actinomycin for cancer chemotherapy. The United States of America represented by the United States Energy Research and Development Administration, Dean E Carlson, Arthur A Churm, Robert J Fisher, November 23, 1976: US03993754 (119 worldwide citation)

An improved method is provided for chemotherapy of malignant tumors by injection of antitumor drugs. The antitumor drug is encapsulated within liposomes and the liposomes containing the encapsulated drug are injected into the body. The encapsulated drug penetrates into the tumor cells where the drug ...


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Yueh Erh Rahman, Suresh Venkataram: Freeze-dried liposome mixture containing cyclosporin. Regents of the University of Minnesota, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, October 16, 1990: US04963362 (30 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a freeze-dried potential liposome mixture having an amphipathic lipid and a cyclosporin or derivative thereof for use in possible liposome delivery of cyclosporin into cells. A method to produce the freeze-dried mixture is also disclosed. When reconstituted to yield liposomes ...


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Yueh Erh Rahman: Liposome encapsulation of chelating agents. The United States of America represented by the United States Energy Research and Development Administration, John A Horan, Arthur A Churm, Robert J Fisher, January 13, 1976: US03932657 (23 worldwide citation)

A method for transferring a chelating agent across a cellular membrane by encapsulating the charged chelating agent within liposomes and carrying the liposome-encapsulated chelating agent to the cellular membrane where the liposomes containing the chelating agent will be taken up by the cells, there ...


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Yueh Erh Rahman: Method of encapsulating polyaminopolycarboxylic acid chelating agents in liposomes. The United States of America represented by the United States Energy Research and Development Administration, Dean E Carlson, Arthur A Churm, Robert J Fisher, April 5, 1977: US04016290 (17 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for transferring a polyaminopolycarboxylic acid chelating agent across a cellular membrane by encapsulating the charged chelating agent within liposomes, which liposomes will be taken up by the cells, thereby transferring the chelating agent across the cellular membrane. The che ...


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Aparna Lakkaraju, Janet M Dubinsky, Walter Low, Yueh Erh Rahman: Anionic liposomes for delivery of bioactive agents. Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth Pa, February 6, 2003: US20030026831-A1

The present invention relates to the delivery of bioactive agents into cells. More specifically, the present invention relates to methods of using anionic liposomes to deliver bioactive agents, including oligonucleotides, plasmid DNA, RNA, proteins, and drugs, to non-dividing cells. The present inve ...