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SILICA PARTICLES: ANOVEL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM Kapoor Gunjan, Ritika, Rakhi, Seth M

SILICA PARTICLES: ANOVEL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM.

Kapoor Gunjan, Ritika, Rakhi, Seth M

International Journal of Natural Product Science 2012: Spl Issue 1:59.

Abstract (RBIP-59)

In past, many drug delivery system were being used to make drug administration easy but to deliver a drug at a specific site or organ there have been significant advances in drug delivery system like liposomes, polymeric micelles, nanoparticles, transferosomes, microspheres have been designed. Most of them have their limitation like poor thermal and chemical stability or they can be eliminated by immune system easily. In contrast silica particles are biocompatible, stable and target at a particular site easily. Spray drying or emulsion chemistry can encapsulate bioactive molecules within silica particles by sol-gel polymerization. Sol-gel emulsion enables production of nanoparticle homogeneous drug distribution and permit ambient temperature processing which is necessary for handling biological. Their intrinsic hydrophilicity, biocompatibility and excellent protection provide for their intrinsic payload makes them perfect candidate for controlled delivery system. Silica nanoparticles can avoid detection by the body’s “radar” and can slowly release their content to kill the enemy.
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