Would you like to be free of the time-consuming constraints linked to delivery vehicle development, due to poor solubility of your molecule, toxicity, poor intracellular delivery, or any other technical hold-backs?

Lipid Nanoemulsion system

Specifically designed to associate small molecules, peptides and proteins, DIVERSA kits are new ready-to-go solutions to quickly evaluate if your molecule has the desired therapeutic effect at the desired site of action.

  • Easy to use – Few-step protocol to associate your molecule
  • Non-cationic molecule – No need to consider physical characteristics of the molecule
    pI, MW for proteins and peptides or hydrophobicity for the small Molecules
  • Stable – In different biological fluids, sera and cell culture media
    No need for organic solvents
  • Non-toxic and biocompatible – Different cell types and in vivo models
  • Scalable – From lab-scale to GMP production

Easily track the delivery of your molecule of interest, with the fluorescent version of DIVERSA’s Lipid Nanoemulsion.

Benefit from our special Spring Discount offer…

Get 20% off all DIVERSA kits*

Find the DIVERSA kit for your studies

Small Molecule

Enhanced intracellular delivery of small molecules

Small Molecule

Track intracellular delivery of small molecules


Enhanced intracellular delivery of various proteins


Track intracellular delivery of a various proteins

Anionic proteins and peptides

Enhanced intracellular delivery of anionic proteins/peptides

Anionic proteins and peptides

Track intracellular delivery of anionic proteins/peptides

Delivery and effective cell internalization

Fluo-labelled lipid nanoemulsions for tracking effective cell internalization


  • Masoumi F et al (2021). Modulation of Colorectal Tumor Behavior via lncRNA TP53TG1-Lipidic Nanosystem. Pharmaceutics 13(9), 1507. 3390/pharmaceutics13091507
  • Díez-Villares et al. (2021). Biodistribution of 68/67Ga-Radiolabeled Sphingolipid Nanoemulsions by PET and SPECT Imaging. Int J Nanomedicine 16: 5923–5935. 10.2147/IJN.S316767
  • S. Díez-Villares et al. (2021). Manganese Ferrite Nanoparticles Encapsulated into Vitamin E/Sphingomyelin Nanoemulsions as Contrast Agents for High-Sensitive Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Adv Healthc Mater e2101019. 10.1002/adhm.202101019
  • L. Bouzo et al. (2021). Sphingomyelin nanosystems loaded with uroguanylin and etoposide for treating metastatic colorectal cancer. Sci Rep 11: 17213. 10.1038/s41598-021-96578-z
  • L. Bouzo et al. (2020). In Vitro–In Silico Modeling Approach to Rationally Designed Simple and Versatile Drug Delivery Systems. J. Phys. Chem. B 124, 28, 5788–5800. 10.1021/acs.jpcb.0c02731
  • Nagachinta et al. (2020). Sphingomyelin-Based Nanosystems (SNs) for the Development of Anticancer miRNA Therapeutics. Pharmaceutics 12(2), 189. 10.3390/pharmaceutics12020189


*Offer valid up to May 31st, 2023 – mention promo code 347SPRINGPromo on your order to benefit from this discount.

For more information or to order, please contact your local Tebubio office.
Non-cumulative with any other discounts, special offers or price agreements.