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Topical delivery of ebselen encapsulated in biopolymeric nanocapsules: drug repurposing enhanced antifungal activity.

Ebselen (Eb) is an example of a repurposed drug with poor aqueous solubility which requires sophisticated delivery system such as nanoencapsulation in nanocapsules for topical application.


3D printed drug delivery and testing systems - a passing fad or the future?

The US Food and Drug Administration approval of the first 3D printed tablet in 2015 has ignited growing interest in 3D printing, or additive manufacturing (AM), for drug delivery and testing systems. Beyond just a novel method for rapid prototyping, AM provides key advantages over traditional manufacturing of drug delivery and testing systems. These includes the ability to fabricate complex geometries to achieve variable drug release kinetics; ease of personalising pharmacotherapy for patient and lowering t...

Nano-scale drug delivery systems for antiarrhythmic agents.

Arrhythmia means the heart is beating too fast, too slow, or with an irregular pattern. Due to the side effects and low bioavailability of many antiarrhythmic drugs, nano-encapsulation has been widely used for their targeted delivery. Lipid nanocapsules, nano liposomes, nano niosomes, solid lipid nanoparticles and polymeric nanoparticles are common nano-carriers used for this purpose. The aim of this article is to summarize some of nano systems used for the specific delivery of antiarrhythmic agents to targ...


Acyclovir lipid nanocapsules gel for oromucosal delivery: A preclinical evidence of efficacy in the chicken pouch membrane model.

The study aimed to develop a patient-friendly acyclovir gel with improved efficacy in viral mouth infections, in response to patients' need for an intraoral acyclovir product. Acyclovir was loaded in lipid nanocapsules in gel form, and formulae were evaluated for oromucosal delivery. Lipid nanocapsules were prepared by the phase inversion method. Formulae were optimized to achieve maximum acyclovir entrapment and minimum acyclovir precipitation. Colloidal properties, and pharmaceutical performance indicator...

Protein-polysaccharide nanohybrids: Hybridization techniques and drug delivery applications.

Complex nanosystems fabricated by hybridization of different types of materials such as lipids, proteins, or polysaccharides are usually superior to simple ones in terms of features and applications. Proteins and polysaccharides hold great potential for development of nanocarriers for drug delivery purposes based on their unique biocompatibility, biodegradability, ease of functionalization, improved biodistribution and minimal toxicity profiles. Protein-polysaccharide nanohybrids have gained a lot of attent...

Intracellular Transport of Silver and Gold Nanoparticles and Biological Responses: An Update.

Medicine, food, and cosmetics represent the new promising applications for silver (Ag) and gold (Au) nanoparticles (NPs). AgNPs are most commonly used in food and cosmetics; conversely, the main applications of gold NPs (AuNPs) are in the medical field. Thus, in view of the risk of accidentally or non-intended uptake of NPs deriving from the use of cosmetics, drugs, and food, the study of NPs⁻cell interactions represents a key question that puzzles researchers in both the nanomedicine and nanotoxicology f...

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.

Recent Advances in Drug Development and Regulatory Science in China.

As the second largest pharmaceutical market with a great potential for future growth, China has drawn much attention from the global pharmaceutical community. With an increasing government investment in biomedical research, the domestic biopharmaceutical (biotechnological) companies in China are turning their attention to the development of innovative medicines and targeting the global market. To introduce innovative products to Chinese patients sooner, to improve the efficiency of its review and approval p...

Radiopharmaceutical enhancement by drug delivery systems: A review.

Drug delivery systems are entities designed to alter the biological behaviour of the pharmaceutical active ingredients that they carry in order to afford more beneficial biodistribution and safety profiles. Many problems currently faced by the field of nuclear medicine (e.g. developing new theranostic agents, utilizing multimodal imaging platforms and providing targeted delivery) can be facilitated by applying drug delivery systems to radiopharmaceuticals that have been proven successful in other medical fi...

Untemplated Resveratrol-Mediated Polydopamine Nanocapsule Formation.

Nanocapsules can be designed for applications including drug delivery, catalysis, and biological imaging. The mussel-inspired material polydopamine is a promising shell layer for nanocapsules because of its free radical scavenging capacity, ability to react with a broad range of functional molecules, lack of toxicity, and biodegradability. Previous reports of PDA nanocapsule formation have relied on a templating approach. Herein, we report a template-free approach to polydopamine nanocapsule formation in th...

Polymeric nanocapsules: An emerging drug delivery system.

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...

Therapeutic Applications and Pharmacoeconomics of Microneedle Technology.

Microneedle (MN) arrays contain a backing plate with multiple microscopic projections to puncture the skin and can be used to deliver drug in a minimally invasive way. Advantages of MNs are numerous including administration of large molecules, avoiding first pass metabolism, ease of administration, lack of pain, site specific drug targeting and dose reduction due to increased absorption efficacy. The growth in the transdermal market has been fueled by an increasing number of chronic disease patients and a d...

Influence of the surface properties of nanocapsules on their interaction with intestinal barriers.

Despite the convenience of the oral route for drug administration, the existence of different physiological barriers associated with the intestinal tract greatly lowers the bioavailability of many active compounds. We have previously suggested the potential polymeric nanocapsules, consisting of an oily core surrounded by a polymer shell, as oral drug delivery carriers. Here we present a systematic study of the influence of the surface properties of these nanocapsules on their interaction with the intestinal...

History and Current Trends in the Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems Retail Marketplace in the United States: 2010-2016.

The US market for electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) has grown rapidly in the last decade. There is limited published evidence examining changes in the ENDS marketplace prior to the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) deeming rule in 2016. This study describes US ENDS retail market trends from 2010 to 2016.

Carboxymethyl chitosan: Properties and biomedical applications.

Chitosan (CS) derivatives are widely used in various biomedical applications due to their unique properties like biocompatibility, mucoadhesion, non-toxicity and capability to form gels. Furthermore, they are suitable candidates to manufacture films, tablets and nanotechnology-based systems which have the possibility for commercial production as well as industrial scale-up. CS has a low solubility at physiological pH (>6.0), thus limiting its application in systems needing higher solubility and drug release...

Investigation of Carrageenan Aerogel Microparticles as a Potential Drug Carrier.

Carrageenan is an anionic polysaccharide offering many advantages to be used in drug delivery applications. These include availability, thermo-stability, low toxicity, and encapsulating properties. Combination of these properties with aerogel properties like large surface area and porosity make them an ideal candidate for drug adsorption and delivery applications. Emulsion-gelation technique was used to prepare carrageenan gel microparticles with supercritical CO for drying and loading purposes. Ibuprofen h...

Mitochondria Targeting Non-isocyanate-based Polyurethane Nanocapsules for Enzyme-Triggered Drug Release.

Surface engineering of nanocarriers allows fine tuning of their interactions with biological organisms, potentially forming the basis of devices for the monitoring of intracellular events or for intracellular drug delivery. In this context, biodegradable nanocarriers or nanocapsules capable of carrying bioactive molecules or drugs into the mitochondrial matrix could offer new capabilities in treating mitochondrial diseases. Nanocapsules with a polymeric backbone that undergoes programmed rupture in respons...

A comprehensive review on contact lens for ophthalmic drug delivery.

With the prevalence of electronic devices and an aging population, the number of people affected with eye disease is increasing year by year. In spite of a large number of eye drops on the market, most of them do not perform sufficiently, due to rapid clearance mechanisms and ocular barriers. To enhance drug delivery to the eye, a number of novel formulations for ocular diseases have been investigated over recent decades, aiming to increase drug retention and permeation while also allowing for sustained dru...

Magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles for drug delivery: applications and characteristics.

For many years, the controlled delivery of therapeutic compounds has been a matter of great interest in the field of nanomedicine. Among the wide amount of drug nanocarriers, magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (IONs) stand out from the crowd and constitute robust nanoplatforms since they can achieve high drug loading as well as targeting abilities stemming from their remarkable properties (magnetic and biological properties). These applications require precise design of the nanoparticles regarding several pa...

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...

The combination of Nanomicelles with Terpenes for Enhancement of Skin Drug Delivery.

The nanomicelles have recently drawn a great deal of attention for drug delivery into the skin. However, these carriers have only deposited in hair follicles and furrows, and drug in the micelles may not therapeutically reach into viable skin layers. The aim of this study was to formulate a combination of nanomicelles with terpenes to overcome this challenge and evaluate their potential for topical drug delivery into the skin. The nanomicelles were characterised with respect to size, size distribution (PDI)...

US Food and Drug Administration Disruption of Generic Drug Market Increases Hospital Costs.

The purpose of the US Food and Drug Administration's Marketed Unapproved Drugs Initiative is to decrease marketing of older unapproved medications. The administration has recently extended its rulings by including sterile injectable drugs administered in the inpatient environment. The impact of this initiative on the inpatient environment has been minimally studied.

Structural insights into pH-responsive drug release of self-assembling human serum albumin-silk fibroin nanocapsules.

Inflammation processes are associated with significant decreases in tissue or lysosomal pH from 7.4 to 4, a fact that argues for the application of pH-responsive drug delivery systems. However, for their design and optimization a full understanding of the release mechanism is crucial. In this study we investigated the pH-depending drug release mechanism and the influence of silk fibroin (SF) concentration and SF degradation degree of human serum albumin (HSA)-SF nanocapsules. Sonochemically produced nanocap...

Nanoemulsions in drug delivery: formulation to medical application.

Nanoscale oil-in-water emulsions (NEs), heterogeneous systems of two immiscible liquids stabilized by emulsifiers or surfactants, show great potential in medical applications because of their attractive characteristics for drug delivery. NEs have been explored as therapeutic carriers for hydrophobic compounds via various routes of administration. NEs provide opportunities to improve drug delivery via alternative administration routes. However, deep understanding of the NE manufacturing and functionalization...


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