Niosomes

Niosomes are nonionic surfactant vesicle, which can entrap both hydrophilic and lipophilic drugs, either in an aqueous layer or in a vesicular membrane made of lipid materials. Advantages of Niosomes: Niosomes are reported to attain better stability than liposomes. It can prolong the circulation of the entrapped drugs. Because of the presence of a nonionic …

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Drug polymer conjugate in drug delivery

Polymer-drug conjugates are a novel class of nanocarriers for drug delivery, which can protect the drug from premature degradation, prevent the drug from premature interaction with the biological environment and enhance the absorption of the drugs into tissues (by enhanced permeability and retention effect or active targeting). Polymer-drug conjugates are often considered as new chemical …

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