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Lipids, Peptides, and Polymers as Targeted Drug Delivery Vectors in Cancer Therapy

Lipids, Peptides, and Polymers as Targeted Drug Delivery Vectors in Cancer Therapy
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Author(s): Mani Sharma (Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (CSIR), India), Neeraj Kumar Chouhan (Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (CSIR), India), Sandeep Vaidya (Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (CSIR), India) and Mamta N. Talati (Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (CSIR), India)
Copyright: 2021
Pages: 21
Source title: Handbook of Research on Advancements in Cancer Therapeutics
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Sumit Kumar (National Institute of Pathology, New Delhi, India), Moshahid Alam Rizvi (Jamia Millia Islamia, India) and Saurabh Verma (National Institute of Pathology, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-6530-8.ch007

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Abstract

The authors aim to describe valuable information and experimental reviews that may help to develop and design different formulation, which can boost up the overall efficiency of the final product. Further, they explained the overall efficiency, method of preparation, target delivery approaches, drawbacks, and other characteristics in relation to lipids, peptides, polymers, and vaccines. In addition, they also propose to uncover the physico-chemical properties, in-process manufacturing issues, and external factors that influence the fate of a medicine. That major includes the excipients, method of preparation, dose, delivery route, chemical and biological properties, drug-drug interaction, drug-body interaction, patient compliance, modifications in lipid based nano-vectors, polymer-mediated delivery systems, conjugate delivery systems, and others. In conclusion, by the end of this chapter, the authors are able to explain a robust mode of delivering active constituents more safely and economically to the target site by showing maximum bioavailability.

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