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Drug Delivery and Targeting

For Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Scientists

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Published by CRC .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsAnya M. Hillery (Editor), Andrew W. Lloyd (Editor), James Swarbrick (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages496
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7489445M
ISBN 100415271983
ISBN 109780415271981

This book will be of interest to scientists working in the field of drug delivery and targeting in universities as well as in the pharmaceutical, food, cosmetic, veterinary and chemical industries. Product Identifiers. Publisher. CRC Press LLC. ISBN ISBN This volume looks at the latest techniques used to enable therapeutic molecules to be targeted for site-specific delivery. The chapters in this book discuss topics such as approaches to express biologically derived and synthetic nanocarriers; strategies to assist in nanocarrier targeting to specific cells and tissues; and methods for evaluating delivery and efficiency for new classes of agents.

Get this from a library! Pharmaceutics: drug delivery and targeting. [Yvonne Perrie; Thomas Rades] -- This FASTtrack book systematically reviews important concepts and facts relating to the delivery and targeting of drugs. Relevant examples of delivery systems are given throughout the book with a. About Authors: Deepjyoti Kumari (Pharmaceutics) Dadhichi College of Pharmacy, BPUT, Orissa [email protected] Abstract: The aim of this reviewis to introduce the basic principles of drug targeting as they have evolved over previous decades. The most important chemical features and biological behavioural characteristics of the carrier molecules exploited for drug.

Product Information. Pharmaceutics: Drug Delivery and Targeting focuses on what pharmacy students really need to know in order to pass exams, providing concise, bulleted information, chapter overviews, hints, key points, mind maps and an all-important self-assessment section which includes MCQs. This book discusses physical, chemical, and biological approaches to drug targeting technology, focusing on oral, dispersed system, topical, dermal, transdermal, and inhalation delivery, and the development of original formulations that are matched by innovative device design.


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Drug Delivery and Targeting book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The advances in biotechnology and molecular biology over recen /5. Advanced drug delivery and targeting can offer significant advantages to conventional drugs, such as increased efficiency, convenience, and the potential for line extensions and market expansion.

An accessible and easy-to-read textbook, Drug Delivery and Targeting for Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Scientists is the first book to provide a /5(2). Drug Targeting and Stimuli Sensitive Drug Delivery Systems covers recent advances in the area of stimuli sensitive drug delivery systems, providing an up-to-date overview of the physical, chemical, biological and multistimuli-responsive nanosystems.

In addition, the book presents an analysis of clinical status for different types of nanoplatforms. Co-polymers and block co-polymers in drug delivery and therapy 6. Pharmaceutical and biomedical applications of polymers 7.

Levels of Drug targeting 8. Ligands for targeted drug delivery and applications 9. Transportation and bio interaction Properties in nanomaterials across biological systems The drug targeting strategies must meet two basic requirements to achieve effective drug delivery.

The drugs should reach the desired sites after administration, with minimal loss of the dose and activity in blood circulation. Second, the drugs should act only on target cells without harmful effects to Cited by: 4.

The emphasis of this book is placed on the principles of drug release and targeting, including immediate, delayed, sustained, controlled and targeted release. Relevant examples of delivery systems are given throughout the book. Pharmaceutics: Drug Delivery and Targeting will be a valuable resource for any undergraduate student needing to study 4/5(1).

This book provides a comprehensive introduction to advanced drug delivery and targeting, covering their principles, current applications, and potential future developments. This edition has been updated to reflect significant trends and cutting-edge advances that. Also, targeted delivery allows a minimum amount of drug reaching the nontarget organs and tissues to provide an efficacious and safe drug delivery system.

Broadly there may be three drug targeting levels: first, second, and third, assigned to organs, cells, and organelles respectively. An accessible and easy-to-read textbook, Drug Delivery and Targeting for Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Scientists is the first book to provide a comprehensive introduction to the principles of advanced drug delivery and targeting, their current applications and potential future developments, including:*Methods to optimize therapeutic efficacy 5/5(1).

Targeted drug delivery, sometimes called smart drug delivery, is a method of delivering medication to a patient in a manner that increases the concentration of the medication in some parts of the body relative to others.

This means of delivery is largely founded on nanomedicine, which plans to employ nanoparticle-mediated drug delivery in order to combat the downfalls of conventional drug. described the use of novel drug delivery for drug targeting as „old drug in new clothes‟ 3.

Conventional dosage forms such as injections, oral formulations comprising of solut ions and. Journal of Drug Targeting. Impact Factor. A MEDLINE-indexed journal dedicated to all aspects of drug delivery and targeting for molecular and macromolecular drugs.

Special areas of interest include the design and characterization of carrier systems for both vitro and in vivo applications. The book also examines advanced characterization techniques, regulatory hurdles and toxicity-related issues that are key features for successful commercialization of targeted drug delivery system products.

Targeted Drug Delivery is a comprehensive reference guide for drug delivery researchers, both beginners and those already working in the field. FASTtrack Pharmaceutics: Drug Delivery and Targeting systematically reviews important concepts and facts for the delivery and targeting of drugs.

Relevant examples of drug delivery systems are given throughout the book with a focus on drug delivery systems that have actually reached clinical reality. This "FASTtrack" book systematically reviews important concepts and facts relating to the delivery and targeting of drugs.

Relevant examples of delivery systems are given throughout the book with a focus on delivery systems that have actually reached clinical reality. The advantages of being noninvasive as well as controlled and focus could establish this methodology as valuable tool in clinic to increase drug targeting and tissue specific drug delivery.

The transport of anticancer drugs and their consequence on tumor cells implicates an Cited by: This book elaborates on drug delivery targeting via intracellular delivery, specifically through the Receptor Mediated Endocytosis (RME) approach, due to the involvement of cellular receptors in various grave diseases.

Targeted delivery relies on two basic approaches, passive and active targeting. Nanotechnology-based Targeted Drug Delivery Systems for Lung Cancer is an indispensable resource that will help pharmaceutical scientists and clinical researchers design and develop novel drug delivery systems and devices for the treatment of lung cancer.

As recent breakthroughs in nanomedicine are now making it possible to deliver drugs, genes and therapeutic. “The book is easy to follow, and the majority of chapters have an updated bibliography. Furthermore, most of them contain diagrams and figures that allow the topic to be easily followed.

In short, it is a book where actual issues regarding the use of controlled drug-delivery systems in pathology like cancer are described in a detailed way.”. THE NOVEL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM and liposomes for drug delivery. In the final chapters of the book, the toxicity of nanostructures are described.

Various drug delivery and drug targeting. Following its successful predecessor, this book covers the fundamentals, delivery routes and vehicles, and practical applications of drug delivery. In the 2nd edition, almost all chapters from the previous are retained and updated and several new chapters added to make a .Pharmaceutics: Drug Delivery and Targeting (Fasttrack) 2nd ED by pharmacyStudent on Book Reviews: The best drugs can’t exert their beneficial effects if they are not reaching their target site in the body at an appropriate concentration and for a sufficient length of time.

Targeted drug delivery to tumor sites is one of the ultimate goals in drug delivery. Recent progress in nanoparticle engineering has certainly improved drug targeting, but the results are not as good as expected.

This is largely due to the fact that nanoparticles, Cited by: