NANO MEDICINE: AN EMERGING TREND IN MOLECULAR DELIVERY
Nanobiopharmaceuticals has involved, understanding issues related to target specific drug delivery. Previously the traditional dosage forms showed a greater difficulty in achieving bioavailability and therapeutic index. So addition of various functionalities to nano size materials interfacing them into various biological molecules has improved the drug delivery. Integration of nanomedicinals with biotechnology has brought a radical change in the research field both in vivo and invitro. It has paved the way to new therapies, surgical interventions and advanced drug delivery systems. Nanoparticles as nanomedicines opens the potential for crossing various biological barriers within the body especially the potential to cross the blood brain barrier may open new ways for drug delivery into the brain. Nanoparticles as drug delivery systems can be designed to improve the pharmacological and therapeutic properties of the drug. This manuscript has emphasized various nanobiopharmaceuticals in the field of cancer therapy, regenerative medicine, drug delivery, diagnostic devices, gene therapy and tissue engineering .Keywords:Â Nanobiopharmaceuticals, target specific drug delivery, regenerative medicines, tissue engineering, cancer therapy.
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