More Information about Exosomes
Why Study Exosomes?
Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are small membrane vesicles, composed of a lipid bilayer with inserted transmembrane proteins, enclosing cytosolic components (protein, mRNA, and miRNA) derived from the EV-producing cells.
These EVs such as exosomes have been found in biofluids, including blood, saliva, urine, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and latex, act as messengers of intercellular communication networks. EVs carry lipids, proteins, and RNAs derived from their producing cells, and have potential as biomarkers specific to cell types and even cell states.
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How Do You Get Exosomes?
However, conventional methods (such as ultracentrifugation or polymeric precipitation) for isolating EVs have disadvantages regarding purity and feasibility. You can click here to get the comparision of five exosome isolation methods.
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