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Modified cells as potential ocular drug delivery systems.

Drug delivery to ocular targets is problematic, especially in retinal disease treatment. Therefore, targeted drug delivery, prolonged drug action, and minimally invasive treatments are needed. In this review, we describe cell technologies for drug delivery. These technologies are based on genetic engineering and nongenetic-based approaches for cell modification. In principle, cell technologies enable targeted delivery, long drug action, and minimally invasive administration, but they have only been sparsely...


Recent Perspectives in Hot Melt Extrusion-Based Polymeric Formulations for Drug Delivery: Applications and Innovations.

Hot melt extrusion (HME), a technology which mixing the advantages of solid dispersion technology and mechanical preparation, is accepted in varied applications in pharmaceutical formulations. When combined with other techniques, such as nanotechnique, three-dimensional printing, and co-extrusion, HME becomes much more multifunctional in the application of drug delivery. While in most cases, polymers employed in HME are responsible for the final property of products. The process of HME together with the sel...

AIEgen based drug delivery systems for cancer therapy.

Fluorescent drug delivery systems provide a means to track drug release, trace processes of translocation, monitor excretion of anticancer agents and predict therapeutic responses. Traditional fluorescent dye-labeled drug delivery systems often suffer from notorious aggregation-caused quenching (ACQ) with greatly impeded imaging performance. The emerging fluorogens with aggregation-induced emission characteristics (AIEgens) have provided an elegant alternative to tackle this challenge. Recently, fluorescent...


Commentary: Lectins and Nanostructured Drug Delivery Systems.

The advances and the impact of nanostructured systems on therapeutics constitute a constantly evolving reality. New strategies have been developed for drug delivery control and for directing these systems to the targeted site improving the therapy. In this commentary, the lectins are briefly reviewed; their fundamentals and the proposed applications as ligands in nanostructured drug delivery systems are discussed.

Development of Novel pH-sensitive Nanoparticles Loaded Hydrogel for Transdermal Drug Delivery.

Difference of pH that exists between the skin surface and blood circulation can be exploited for transdermal delivery of drug molecules by loading drug into pH-sensitive polymer. Eudragit S100 (ES100), a pH-sensitive polymer having dissolution profile above pH 7.4, is used in oral, ocular, vaginal and topical delivery of drug molecules. However, pH-sensitive potential of this polymer has not been explored for transdermal delivery. The aim of this research work was to exploit the pH-sensitive potential of ES...

Drug-Lipid Conjugates for Enhanced Oral Drug Delivery.

Oral drug delivery route is one of the most convenient and extensively utilised routes for drug administration. But there exists class of drugs which exhibit poor bioavailability on oral drug administration. Designing of drug-lipid conjugates (DLCs) is one of the rationale strategy utilised in overcoming this challenge. This review extensively covers the various dimensions of drug modification using lipids to attain improved oral drug delivery. DLCs help in improving oral delivery by providing benefits like...

Intracorneal Injection of a Detachable Hybrid Microneedle for Sustained Drug Delivery.

There are increasing demands for long-term and controlled corneal drug delivery to treat various ocular diseases. Although biodegradable ocular inserts or contact lenses have been developed, the invasiveness and inefficiency of the approaches still need to be improved. Microneedle (MN) technology can deliver therapeutic molecules to the eye in a minimally invasive manner. However, the current ocular MN technology is limited to either short-term corneal drug delivery or retinal drug delivery by suprachoroida...

Cathepsin-sensitive nanoscale drug delivery systems for cancer therapy and other diseases.

Cathepsins are an important category of enzymes that have attracted great attention for the delivery of drugs to improve the therapeutic outcome of a broad range of nanoscale drug delivery systems. These proteases can be utilized for instance through actuation of polymer-drug conjugates (e.g., triggering the drug release) to bypass limitations of many drug candidates. A substantial amount of work has been witnessed in the design and the evaluation of Cathepsin-sensitive drug delivery systems, especially bas...

Controlled release drug delivery systems.

Design principles of ocular drug delivery systems: importance of drug payload, release rate, and material properties.

Ocular drugs are usually delivered locally to the eye. Required drug loading, release rate, and ocular retention time of drug delivery systems depend on the potency, bioavailability, and clearance of the drug at the target site. Drug-loading capacity of the formulation is limited by the material properties and size constraints of the eye. The design aid described herein for ocular drug delivery systems guides the calculation of steady-state drug concentrations in the ocular compartments, taking into account...

Computational modelling of drug delivery to solid tumour: Understanding the interplay between chemotherapeutics and biological system for optimised delivery system.

Drug delivery to solid tumour involves multiple physiological, biochemical and biophysical processes taking place across a wide range of length and time scales. The therapeutic efficacy of anticancer drugs is influenced by the complex interplays among the intrinsic properties of tumours, biophysical aspects of drug transport and cellular uptake. Mathematical and computational modelling allows for a well-controlled study on the individual and combined effects of a wide range of parameters on drug transport a...

Recent Advances in Microneedle-Based Drug Delivery: Special Emphasis on its Use in Paediatric Population.

Transdermal drug delivery offers several attractive advantages over the traditional oral and parenteral routes. Particularly, in case of paediatric patients, it helps to overcome the issues specific to this population, such as difficulty in swallowing and palatability of oral medicines as well as fear and pain associated with needles. However, due to the formidable barrier characteristic of the stratum corneum, it fails in the effective systemic delivery of broad range of therapeutic molecules, especially m...

A review on 5-aminosalicylic acid colon-targeted oral drug delivery systems.

Site-specific colon drug delivery is a practical approach for the treatment of local diseases of the colon with several advantages such as rapid onset of action and reduction of the dosage of the drug as well as minimization of harmful side effects. 5-aminosalicylic acid (5-ASA) is a drug of choice in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease and colitis. For the efficient delivery of this drug, it is vital to prevent 5-ASA release in the upper part of the gastrointestinal tract and to promote its release...

Polymeric nanocapsules: An emerging drug delivery system.

Investigating structure-dependent diffusion in hydrogels using spatially resolved NMR spectroscopy.

Incorporation of the drug-loaded surfactant micelles into polymer hydrogels is a common method used to achieve controlled drug delivery. The characterization of the diffusion processes in drug delivery systems is critical in order to tune the drug loading and release.

Basics of Compounding--Nonsterile: Compounding Self-emulsifying Drug Delivery Systems and Other Self-emulsifying Lipid Formulations, Part 2.

Self-emulsifying Drug Delivery Systems are being introduced and are increasing in popularity for improving the solubility of lipophilic drugs. They are isotropic mixtures of drug, oil, surfactant and/or cosurfactant, and sometimes cosolvents. There is some overlap of this discussion in the March-April 2018 issue of the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding in an article on the discussion of microemulsions. Self-emulsifying Drug Delivery Systems can be orally administered in hard-gelatin capsul...

Facile synthetic Photoluminescent Graphene Quantum dots encapsulated β-cyclodextrin drug carrier system for the management of macular degeneration: Detailed analytical and biological investigations.

Drug administration by effective nano-carriers is an emerging and growing technology in the field of bio-medicine and particularly Age -related macular degeneration (AMD). This developed nanomaterials based methods with drug administration maximizes the biocompatibility and systemically increases drug delivery profile for the drugs. Herein, we described the effective drug molecules delivery profiles by the hydrothermally synthesized graphene quantum dots (GQDs) encapsulated with supramolecular β-cyclodextr...

Matrix Metalloprotease Triggered Bioresponsive Drug Delivery Systems - Design, Synthesis and Application.

Engineering of drug delivery systems has evolved in recent decades from comparably simple designs that merely controlled drug release to complex, often multistage systems that respond to multiple biological or environmental stimuli. Matrix metalloproteases (MMPs) are a family of proteolytic enzymes that are involved in numerous physiologic and pathophysiologic processes, including cancer. Therefore, these enzymes represent highly relevant targets for the development of novel bioresponsive drug delivery syst...

Delivery Systems as Vital Tools in Drug Repurposing.

The process of developing an old drug for new indications is now a widely accepted strategy of shortening drug development time, reducing drug costs, and improving drug availability, especially for rare and neglected diseases. In this mini-review, we highlighted the impact of drug delivery systems in the fulfillment of crucial aspects of drug repurposing such as (i) maximizing the repurposed drug effects on a new target, (ii) minimizing off-target effects, (iii) modulating the release profiles of drug at th...

Delivery of amitriptyline by intravenous and intraperitoneal administration compared in the same animal by whole-body mass spectrometry imaging of a stable isotope labelled drug substance in mice.

The distribution and metabolism of a drug in the organism is dependent on the administration route as well as on the drug formulation. It is important to be able to assess which impact the administration route or formulation of a drug has for its distribution and metabolism.

Bioinspired and biomimetic systems for advanced drug and gene delivery.

Natural nanocarriers found in biological frameworks have motivated the scientists to fabricate new structures that help to build characteristic systems mimicking the natural processes. Furthermore, these bioinspired and biomimetic systems improve biocompatibility during drug and gene delivery applications. The success of such a drug delivery system depends on parameters like shape, surface, texture, movement, and preparation methods. To date, various bioinspired and biomimetic drug delivery systems are avai...

Recent advances in musculoskeletal local drug delivery.

Musculoskeletal disorders are a significant burden on the global economy and public health. Advanced drug delivery plays a key role in the musculoskeletal field and holds the promise of enhancing the repair of degenerated and injured musculoskeletal tissues. Ideally, drug delivery should have the ability to directly deliver therapeutic agents to the diseased/injured sites with a desirable drug level over a period of time. Here, we present a mini-review of the current state-of-the-art research associated wit...

Application of polydopamine in tumor targeted drug delivery system and its drug release behavior.

Inspired by the bionics of marine mussels, polydopamine (PDA), a new polymer with unique physicochemical properties was discovered. Due to its simple preparation, good biocompatibility, unique drug-loading methods, PDA has attracted tremendous attentions in field of drug delivery and imaging, and the combination of chemotherapy and other therapies or diagnostic methods, such as photothermotherapy (PTT), photoacoustic imaging (PAI), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), etc. As an excellent drug carrier in tumor...

Passive and active targeting in cancer therapy by liposomes and lipid nanoparticles.

Considerable development in the application of injectable drug delivery systems for cancer therapy has occurred in the last few decades. These improvements include liposomes, lipid nanoparticles (LNPs), and other nanoparticles with or without macromolecular conjugates. For example, liposomal doxorubicin modified by poly(ethylene glycol) (Doxil) was the first liposome with anti-cancer effects which was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, whereas Abraxane (modified albumin nanoparticles loaded by...

Applications of π-π stacking interactions in the design of drug-delivery systems.

Noncovalent forces are of considerable importance in the formation of self-assembled drug-delivery systems. In addition to non-destructively linking the delivery vehicle and guest drug, they provide multiple advantages, including protecting the structure of the drug, maintaining its functional effects, and facilitating its release. In particular, π-π stacking interactions have potential application in a comprehensive range of biomedical and biotechnological fields. Because they do not alter structural or ...


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