ImmunoCellin Test in vitro

Antibodies are integrated within lipidic structures through hydrophobic and electrostatic interactions. No chemical coupling occurs guaranteeing that the antibody is not denatured and maintain its full activity. The antibody-lipid complexes are then able to interact with the cell membrane. A process of “fusion-membrane rearrangement” occurs, allowing the antibody to be delivered directly inside the cytosol.