[en] We wanted to compare and understand the effect of the most currently used cyclodextrins on a model membrane. We studied the influence of most currently used cyclodextrins on the release of a fluorescent marker encapsulated in the inner cavity of SUV liposomes. It was shown that the observed effect on calcein release can be directly related to the affinity of cyclodextrins for both lipid components of liposomes, cholesterol and phosphatidylcholine. From this relationship, we were able to determine, for each cyclodextrin, a theoretical concentration giving rise to 50% or 100% calcein release. This theoretical concentration was confirmed experimentally.