This new volume presents a plethora of new research on the use of nanoconjugate nanocarriers in drug delivery. Nanotechnology as drug carriers has been observed to increase the level of sophistication through a variety of ways. It helps to alleviate some of the pitfalls of conventional dosage forms, such as few pitfalls such as non-specific drug delivery, dose dumping, poor patient compliance, toxicities linked with higher doses, etc.
With chapters from highly skilled, experienced, and renowned scientists and researchers, Nanoconjugate Nanocarriers for Drug Delivery is divided into four sections, providing an introduction to nanocarriers for drug delivery, physicochemical features of nanocarriers, and specific applications dealing with drug delivery in particular. The materials used as well as formulation and characterization have been discussed in detail. The nanocarriers covered in the book include nanoparticles, vesicular carriers, carriers having carbon as the core constituent, dispersed systems, etc. The book also delves into the interaction and associations between drug delivery research and its therapeutic applications in practice.
The book integrates a wide variety of case studies, research, and theories in an attempt to reveal the diversity and capture the novel approaches of nanoconjugate nanocarriers for drug delivery employed by developers and content experts in the field.
This timely publication will be an essential reference and current awareness source, building on the available literature in the field of pharmacy and biomedical science, while also providing ideas for further research opportunities in this dynamic field.
Table of Contents
Nanobiomaterials for Drug Delivery
B. A. Aderibigbe
Role of Surfactants in Nanotechnology-Based Drug Delivery
M. Pilar Vinardell, Daniele R. Nogueira-Librelotto, Clarice M. B. Rolim, and Montserrat Mitjans
Smart Polymeric Nanocarriers for Drug Delivery
Subham Banerjee and Jonathan Pillai
Gold Nanoconjugates for Smart Drug Delivery and Targeting
Ayuob Aghanejad, Parham Sahandi Zangabad, Jaleh Barar, and Yadollah Omidi
Vesicular Drug Carriers as Delivery Systems
Sanja Petrović, Snežana Ilić-Stojanović, Ana Tačić, Ljubiša Nikolić, and Vesna Nikolić
siRNA Delivery with Liposomes as Platform Technology
Preethi Naik and Mangal S. Nagarsenker
Theranostic Application of Indocyanine Green Liposomes
Sabyasachi Maiti and Shalmoli Seth
Aquasomes: A Nanocarrier System
Bhushan Rajendra Rane, Ashish S. Jain, Nayan A. Gujarathi, and Raj K. Keservani
Quantum Dots for Drug Delivery
Komal Sharma, Arushi Verma, Ayushi Gupta, and Nidhi Mishra
Graphene and Graphene-Based Materials: Synthesis, Characterization, Toxicity and Biomedical Applications
Gazali, Sandeep Kaur, Arju Dhawan, and Inderbir Singh
Graphene for Drug Delivery: Focus on Antimicrobial Activity
Dariane Jornada Clerici, Márcia Ebling de Souza, and Roberto Christ Vianna Santos
Carbon Nanotubes for Drug Delivery
Ceyda Tuba Sengel-Turk and Onur Alpturk
Nanoemulsion for Drug Delivery
Nanoconjugate Nanocarriers for Drug Delivery in Tropical Medicine
S. Yasri and V. Wiwanitkit
Nanocarrier-Assisted Drug Delivery for Neglected Tropical Diseases
Bhaskar Dasa, Manashjit Gogoi, Satakshi Hazrab, and Sanjukta Patra
Self-Assembly of Sucrose and Trehalose Alkyl Ethers into Nanoparticles and Nanorods under Aqueous Conditions
Raj K. Keservani, MPharm, is in the Faculty of B. Pharmacy, CSM Group of Institutions, Allahabad, India. He has more than ten years of academic (teaching) experience from various institutes of India in pharmaceutical education. He has published 35 peer-reviewed papers in the field of pharmaceutical sciences in national and international journals, sixteen book chapters, two co-authored books, and ten edited books. He is also active as a reviewer for several international scientific journals. Mr. Keservani graduated with a pharmacy degree from the Department of Pharmacy, Kumaun University, Nainital (UA), India. He received his Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) (specialization in pharmaceutics) from the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal, India. His research interests include nutraceutical and functional foods, novel drug delivery systems (NDDS), transdermal drug delivery/ drug delivery, health science, cancer biology, and neurobiology.
Anil K. Sharma, PhD, MPharm, is a lecturer at the Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Research, New Delhi, India. He has published 27 peer-reviewed papers in the field of pharmaceutical sciences in national and international reputed journals as well as ten book chapters. In addition, he has 15 books to his credit as editor. His research interests include nutraceutical and functional foods, novel drug delivery systems (NDDs), drug delivery, nanotechnology, health science/life science, and biology/cancer biology/neurobiology. He graduated with a degree in pharmacy from the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India, and received a Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) from the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal, India, with a specialization in pharmaceutics. He earned his PhD in pharmacy from University of Delhi.