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Exosomes are extracellular vesicles (EVs) in the approximate size range of 40 to 150nm in diameter and they are present in almost all body fluids. They contain some very common markers sus as CD9, …

Exosomes: Active Ingredient in cosmetics

Since exosomes are circulating in body fluids, they can not only transfer information to local cells but also to remote cells. For this reason, exosomes are considered potential active principle fo…

The use of Exosomes in Regenerative Medicine

The discovery and research on exosomes has raised hopes for treating different pathologies in regenerative medicine. It has been demonstrated in new studies that exosomes show a great opportunity o…

Exosomes: The ideal Biomarkers for several diseases.

Exosomes are endosomal-derived vesicles that play an important role in cell-to-cell communication. Multiple cells from different parts of our system secret these vesicles, and in this sense, exosom…

Exosomes, the promising drug delivery systems

Exosomes are nano-size extracellular vesicles secreted by all cells, they are classified as nanoparticle based on size and they transport proteins and genetic information between cells. These exoso…

Most Commonly used Exosome Isolation Methods

Article Author: Alba Calzas Delgado (I+D+i Immunostep Department) Exosomes have recently emerged as a new source of potential non-invasive biomarkers of several diseases, since they can be easily o…

The incredible growth potential of Exosomes as minimally invasive liquid biopsies.

All cells release extracellular vesicles (EVs) as part of their normal physiology. We could divide the types of EVs into two wide groups: ectosomes and exosomes. On one hand, ectosomes are EVs are …

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