1st Edition

Polysaccharide based Nano-Biocarrier in Drug Delivery

Edited By Tapan Kumar Giri, Bijaya Ghosh Copyright 2019
    382 Pages
    by CRC Press

    382 Pages 25 Color & 73 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    382 Pages 25 Color & 73 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    This book discusses various fundamental aspects of polysaccharide based nano-biocarrier drug delivery systems and its application in the delivery of small molecules, proteins, peptides, oligonucleotides and genes. It also discusses advances in drug delivery systems in treatment of cancer, cardiovascular, pulmonary, and infectious diseases.

    Oral delivery of protein and peptide drug through polysaccharide nano-carrier. Oral absorption of polysaccharide nanoparticles loaded with drug molecule across the GIT. Cellulose based nanocomposite for pharmaceutical and biomedical application. Recent advances of chitosan nanoparticles as carrier for delivery of anti-microbial drug. Heparin and its derivative based nanoparticles for cancer therapy. Delivery of biomolecules to the central nervous system using polysaccharide nanocomposite. Polysaccharide based nanoparticles for the enhanced delivery of poorly soluble drug. Development of nanoparticles from grafted natural polysaccharide for drug delivery. Environmental responsive polysaccharide nanocarrier for controlled drug delivery. Advancement of biodegradable
    polysaccharide nanocarrier for the delivery of herbal extract and bioactives. Use of polysaccharide nanocarrier system for the delivery of curcumin and its derivatives. Polysaccharide based nanocarrier for drug delivery into and through the skin. Polysaccharide nanoparticle based drug delivery approach for efficient therapy of diabetes. Chitosan based nanoparticulate system for pulmonary drug delivery. Polysaccharide based nanoparticles for colon specific drug delivery. Passive and active tumor targeting of polysaccharide nanocarrier for cancer therapy. Polysaccharide based nanocarrier loaded with drug for the management of obesity.


    Tapan Kumar Giri was educated at Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India, where he received pharmacy

    degrees in B.Pharm, M.Pharm and a Ph.D. He has held academic posts in various pharmacy

    institutes of North India and is currently working as an Assistant Professor in Pharmaceutical

    Technology at the NSHM College of Pharmaceutical Technology, Kolkata, India. His main research

    interests are formulation development and drug delivery. He has mentored over 20 Master’s students.

    He has published around 60 research papers, 7 book chapters and 2 pharmacy books. He

    has served as a guest editor for the Current Chemical Biology Journal, Bentham Science. He has

    received the prestigious highly cited article award from Elsevier as well as the teacher of the year

    2017 award from Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal, India.

    Bijaya Ghosh has been teaching for the last 30 years and has taught pharmacy to undergraduates

    and graduate students in some of the premier institutions of North and South India. Currently she is

    working as a Professor in Pharmaceutics at NSHM College of Pharmaceutical Technology, Kolkata.

    She received her B.Pharm, M.Pharm and Ph.D. degrees from Jadavpur University in the years 1983,

    1986 and 1994, respectively. She has authored 2 pharmacy text books and has published some

    30 research papers in national and international journals. Her research interests involve various

    streams of novel drug delivery like sustaining drug release, passive and iontophoretic drug delivery

    and nanobiotechnology. Ever interested in experimenting with new concepts, currently she is working

    on the reverse iontophoretic extraction of small molecules for therapeutic drug monitoring.