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Cat. No. Product name CAS No.
DC12145 DLinDMA Featured

DLinDMA is a key lipid component of stable nucleic acid lipid particles as a benchmark.

871258-12-7
DC12381 DLin-KC2-DMA Featured

DLin-KC2-DMA is 100-fold and 1000-fold more potent, respectively, in silencing of a hepatic gene (Factor VII) in comparison to the previous generation lipid DLin-DMA.

1190197-97-7
DC10800 DLin-MC3-DMA Featured

D-Lin-MC3-DMA(MC3) is the most potent cationic lipid that has been synthesized for Lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) to deliver the siRNA.

1224606-06-7
DC31000 LP-01

LP-01 is a cationic lipids useful in the delivery of biologically active agents to cells and tissues.

2230647-37-5
DC31024 Lipid 5 Featured

Lipid 5 is an amino lipid that affords efficient mRNA delivery in rodent and primate models. Lipid 5 shows optimal pharmacokinetics and non-toxic side effects.Replacement of the linoleic tail with a primary ester-containing lipid tail (Lipid 5) provids increased expression and optimal tissue clearance. The metabolite identification studies with Lipid 5 indicated that hydrolysis of the primary ester is the first step in the metabolism of the lipid[1].Clearance of Lipid 5 and MC3 from multiple mouse tissues is measured after dosing 0.05 mg/kg mRNA on days 1, 8, and 15 in CD-1 female mice. Liver and spleen have the highest levels of Lipid 5, however, significantly lower levels than MC3. Lipid 5 is detected in plasma, lung, and kidney, but not in heart[1].

2089251-33-0
DC33580 DODMA Featured

DODMA, also known as MBN 305A is a a cationic lipid containing the unsaturated long-chain (18:1) oleic acid inserted at both the sn-1 and sn-2 positions. It has been used in the composition of lipospomes formulated as stable nucleic acid lipid particles that can encapsulate siRNA or other small molecules to be used for drug delivery

104162-47-2
DC33635 DODAP Featured

DODAP, also known as 1,2-Dioleoyl-3-dimethylammonium-propane, is a cationic lipid. It has been used as a component in liposomes that can be used to encapsulate siRNA, immunostimulatory oligodeoxynucleotides, antisense oligonucleotides, or chemotherapeutic agents for in vitro and in vivo delivery.

127512-29-2
DC33636 DOTAP Featured

DOTAP, also known as 1,2-Dioleoyl-3-trimethylammoniumpropane, is a cationic liposome-forming compound used for transfection of DNA, RNA, and other negatively charged molecules into eukaryotic cells. It has been used in gene delivery vectors for gene therapy

132172-61-3
DC37845 Lysyllysyllysine Featured

Lysyllysyllysine is a cationic moietie that may be used in the construction of gene delivery vectors and DNA nanoparticles.

13184-14-0
DC40169 DMG-PEG 2000 Featured

DMG-PEG 2000 is used for the preparation of liposome for siRNA delivery with improved transfection efficiency in vitro. DMG-PEG 2000 is also used for the lipid nanoparticle for an oral plasmid DNA delivery approach in vivo through a facile surface modification to improve the mucus permeability and delivery efficiency of the nanoparticles.

160743-62-4
DC42537 ALC-0315 Featured

ALC-0315 is an ionisable aminolipid that used for mRNA compaction and aids mRNA cellular delivery. ALC-0315 can be used to form lipid nanoparticle (LNP) delivery vehicles.

2036272-55-4
DC52020 ALC-0159 Featured

ALC-0159 is a PEG/lipid conjugate (i.e. PEGylated lipid), specifically, it is the N,N-dimyristylamide of 2-hydroxyacetic acid, O-pegylated to a PEG chain mass of about 2 kilodaltons (corresponding to about 45-46 ethylene oxide units per molecule of N,N-dimyristyl hydroxyacetamide). It is a non-ionic surfactant by its nature.

1849616-42-7
DC52025 SM-102 Featured

SM-102 is an ionizable amino lipid that has been used in combination with other lipids in the formation of lipid nanoparticles.Administration of luciferase mRNA in SM-102-containing lipid nanoparticles induces hepatic luciferase expression in mice. Formulations containing SM-102 have been used in the development of lipid nanoparticles for delivery of mRNA-based vaccines.

2089251-47-6
DC52028 MVL5 Featured

MVL5 is a new Multivalent Cationic Lipid for siRNA Delivery.Improved total gene silencing and Lower non-specific gene silencing,Lower toxicity.

464926-03-2
DC53130 93-O17S Featured

93-O17S is an imidazole-based synthetic lipidoid for in vivo mRNA delivery. Lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) with 93-O17S promotes both the cross-presentation of tumor antigens and the intracellular delivery of cGAMP (STING agonist).

2227008-67-3
DC45611 DMPC

1,2-Dimyristoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine (DMPC) is a synthetic phospholipid used in liposomes. 1,2-Dimyristoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine is used for the study of lipid monolayers and bilayers.

18194-24-6
DC57002 Lipid C24 Featured

C24 is a novel multiprotic ionizable lipid. C24 lipid nanoparticle (LNP) has a multistage protonation behavior resulting in greater endosomal protonation and greater translation compared to the standard reference MC3 LNP. C24 LNP also lower injection site inflammation and higher stability compared to MC3 LNP.

DC57006 LIPID L319 Featured

L319 is a novel ionizable, biodegradable lipid for delivery of short interfering RNAs (siRNAs). L319-LPN displays rapid elimination with pKa of 6.38 and also shows well tolerated up to 10 mg/kg.

1351586-50-9
DC57008 BAMEA-O61B Featured

BAMEA-O16B, a lipid nanoparticle integrated with disulfide bonds, can efficiently deliver Cas9 mRNA and sgRNA into cells while releasing RNA in response to the reductive intracellular environment for genome editing as fast as 24 h post mRNA delivery.

DC46156 DOTMA Featured

DOTMA, as a tetra-methylated DOTA analogue, is a cationic lipid, used as a non-viral vector for gene therapy. It has been used as a component in liposomes that can be used to encapsulate siRNA, microRNAs, and oligonucleotides and for gene transfection in vitro. It exhibits effective in vitro and in vivo gene transfection. DOTMA induces a positive charge on the liposomes and thus promotes efficient liposome- cell membrane interaction.

104872-42-6
DC57046 ATX-100

ATX-100 is a is a novel cationic lipids useful in the delivery of biologically active agents to cells and tissues.

2230647-37-5
DC57100 Lipid A9 Featured

Lipid A9 is a is a novel cationic lipids useful in the delivery of biologically active agents to cells and tissues.

2036272-50-9
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