Tag: Drug Delivery

Unlocking the Potential of Liposome Drug Delivery

Introduction to Liposome Owing to their flexible physicochemical and biophysical characteristics, which allow easy manipulation to address various delivery requirements, liposome drug delivery has evolved into an attractive delivery system. Liposome was initially identified and described as swollen phospholipid systems, called Banghasomes, by British hematologist Alec D. Bangham, in 1961 at the Babraham Institute, University

Intracellular Drug Delivery – Future Potential

Healthcare treatment is important for those having fatal diseases and so is the precision treatment in almost every case. One of such disease which has squabbled the entire humanity and accounts for the highest number of death rates globally is cancer. It’s a disease wherein the body’s abnormal cells grow uncontrollably and spread to other

Targeted Drug Delivery System: Improving the Efficacy of Biologics

The gradual shift of healthcare industry towards the development of biologics is a well-known fact. Owing to this shift, there are over 1,000 cell and gene therapies which are being developed for the treatment of various disorders, majority of them being oncological disorders, cardiovascular disorders and neurological disorders.  Additionally, over the last decade, multiple immunotherapies

Drug Delivery Technologies: Shaping the Future of Biologics

Given their high target specificity and limited toxicity compared to small molecule drugs, biotherapeutics have revolutionized treatment paradigms across a myriad of clinical conditions, including metabolic disorders, cancers, neurological disorders and autoimmune disorders. In fact, the extent of growth of such therapies can be gauged from the fact that more than 300 biopharmaceuticals have been