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Abstract

A COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF RECENTLY DEVELOPED PARTICULATE DRUG CARRIER SYSTEMS

*Raju. Manda, Dr. R.Suthakaran, Virajaji Kaya, Bonagiri Sreedevi. Fouziya.

ABSTRACT

Particulate drug carriers include Microparticulate, nanocarriers, lipid based carriers and colloidal carriers. These are some umbrella terms under which recently many drug carrier systems are vastly developed namely niosomes, dendrimers, lipoplexes, pharmacosome, nanocrystals, nanosuspenions, ethosome and many such systems. While working on drug carriers, a pharmaceutical scientist comes through many similar sounding or synonymous terms which he might not be able to discriminate on random supervision. The literature is overwhelming with various works discussing these systems alone or together, giving their pharmaceutical significance and formulation specification and applications. But there is no such work where their basic comparison which could help a pharmaceutician to define and discriminate the wide spectrum of these carrier under one title. This review is sharply focused on elaborating the clear rationale of developing each carrier, their basic definition and intersubject comparison.

Keywords: Micro, nano particulate systems, drug carriers, targeted drug delivery.


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