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PHARMASPIRE - Volume 14,Issue 2, 2022 , April-June

Pages: 90-96
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Recent advancements in nanoparticles drug delivery systems

Author: Yash Choudhary, Abhishek Verma, Galal Mohsen Hussein Alsayadi, Pallavi Sandal, Balak Das Kurmi

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Nanoparticles in drug-delivery systems are generated by a variety of research survey. Unique physicochemical characteristics of nanostructured biomaterials include their very small and structural adaptability, high surface area to mass ratio, high reactivity, and controlled size. It enables molecularly focused cancer treatment, targeted administration of early detection of cancer lesions, early detection of cancer lesions, imaging agents, and anticancer medications, identification of tumor molecular factors by non-invasive imaging. These characteristics may be used in medicine to get around some of the drawbacks of conventional treatments. They are employed in vivo to protect the drug entity in the systemic circulation, limit drug access to the targeted areas, and deliver the drug to the site of action at a regulated and sustained pace. It reduces adverse side effects and enables more effective drug use. It must be active and therapeutically effective while in circulation and present at the target location in the right amounts. We will now go through several elements of nanoparticle formulation, the impact of their properties, characterization, and the potential of nanomedicine, improving targeted delivery of therapeutic agents, applications in drug molecule delivery, the development of novel, more powerful diagnostic and screening techniques to expand the boundaries of molecular diagnostics, and difficulties in synthesis nanoparticle platforms for dispensing various drugs.

Keywords: Ceramic nanoparticles, Dendrimers, Liposomes, Microbes, Polymeric nanoparticles, Solid lipid nano particles

DOI: 10.56933/Pharmaspire.2022.14211



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