Capsosomes, that is, polymer capsules containing liposomal subcompartments, represent a promising new concept towards the design of artificial cells. Herein, capsosomes with control over the position of the subunits, "free-floating" in the capsule interior and/or associated with the polymer membrane, are reported. The functionality of these capsosomes is demonstrated via temperature-triggered encapsulated catalysis using subtilisin.
Rigau, L. H., Chung, S. F., Postma, A., Chandrawati, R., Stadler, B., & Caruso, F. (2011). Capsosomes with "Free-Floating" Liposomal Subcompartments. Advanced Materials, 23(35), 4082-4087. https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.201100908