Mucosal Drug Delivery Systems: An Overview
Bioadhesion is an interfacial phenomenon in which two materials are present, at least one of the materials is biological and are held together by methods of interfacial powers. At the point when this associated natural framework is mucus it is known as mucoadhesion. Mucoadhesion is an intricate procedure. In this paper various speculations like theories, advantages, disadvantages and factors are discussed with latest to clarify the mechanisms included. The goal of the investigation is to clarify the diverse components engaged with mucoadhesion and different variables influencing mucoadhesion.
Keywords: Mucoadhesion, Theories of mucoadhesion, Factors, Evaluation
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