The Preparation and Physicochemical Properties of Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine/Cholesterol/Fluorinated Surfactant Vesicle Incorporated Fatty Acid Salt

불소화지방산염 첨가에 의한 디팔미토일포스파티딜콜린/콜레스테롤/불소화계면활성제 베지클의 제조와 물성 측정 연구

  • Park, Young Ju (Department of Chemistry, Sookmyung Women's University) ;
  • Kwon, Kyung Ok (Research Department, Korea Fire Equipment Inspection Corporation) ;
  • Kim, Myung Ja (Department of Chemistry, Sookmyung Women's University)
  • 박영주 (숙명여자대학교 화학과) ;
  • 권경옥 (한국소방검진공사 연구부) ;
  • 김명자 (숙명여자대학교 화학과)
  • Received : 1998.04.10
  • Accepted : 1998.05.25
  • Published : 1998.06.10

Abstract

The vesicle system of DPPC(dipalmitoylphosphaticylcholine)/Chol(Cholesterol) has been modified by incorporating various mole fractions of flourinated surfactant($C_8F_{17}(CH_2)_2OCO-CH_2CH(SO_3Na)COO(CH_2)_2C_8F_{17}$. Sodium bis(1H,1H,2H,2H-heptadecaflurododecyl)-2-sulfosuccinate, FS)/fluorinated fatty acid salt ($C_7F_{15}COONH_4$, ammoniumpentadecaflurooctyrate, FFS), and their physicochemical properties have been investigated in an attempt to enhance the stability of phospholipid vesicle system. The ${\zeta}$-potential measurement by use of Zetamaster sub-micron Particle Electrophoresis Analyzer (Malvern Co.) showed that a charged homogeneous DPPC/Chol/FS vesicle has been formed owing to the incorporated FFS effect on the membrane, playing a role as a cosurfactant in the bilayer between DPPC and FS components. With increase in the concentration of FFS, it was found that the particle size and also surface charge of the DPPC/Chol/FS vesicle decreased. The stability of DPPC/Chol/FS/FFS liposome was found to be enhanced significantly compared to that of DPPC/Chol/FS according to the dispersity change as a function of time. The release rate of dye molecule of Methylene Blue from the DPPC/Chol/FS/FFS vesicle was determined to be slower than that of DPPC/Chol/FS system, and it may be attributed to the increase in microviscosity of the hydrophobic region in the bilayer. The affinfinity of DPPC/Chol/FS/FFS vesicles to albumin was found to be slightly lowered compared to that of DPPC/Chol/FS. Based on these findings, it was confirmed that a more stable and homogeneous vesicle system of DPPC/Chol/FS could be prepared by addition of FFS, acting as a cosurfactant in the aggregate formation.

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