Title: Lipophilic Nucleic Acid Delivery Vehicle and Methods of Use Thereof

Patent Number: 8,268,796

Filed: June 26, 2009

Inventor: Robert Ryan, Children's Hospital & Research Center

The patent, its abstract states, claims “compositions and methods for delivery of nucleic acids to individuals and to cells, including nucleic acid-delivery particles ... comprising a lipid-binding polypeptide, a lipid bilayer comprising one or more cationic lipids, and a nucleic acid.”

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