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Polymeric Nanoparticles-A review

Parvati Narayan, Jagat Gupta


Traditional use of medications is portrayed by helpless biodistribution, restricted adequacy and absence of selectivity. Systems like controlling medication conveyance can conceivably conquer these impediments by shipping medication to the spot of activity. The polymeric nanoparticles (PNPs) are set up from biocompatible and biodegradable polymers in size between 1-1000 nm where the medication is disintegrated, ensnared, epitomized or connected to a nanoparticle framework. PNPs are promising vehicles for drug conveyance by simple control to plan transporters with the goal of conveying the medications to explicit objective, such a favorable position improves the medication wellbeing. Polymer-based nanoparticles viably convey medications, proteins, and DNA to target cells and organs. In this survey, the planning techniques and portrayal of polymeric nanoparticles were examined.


Keywords: biodegradable polymer, controlled drug delivery, polymeric nanoparticles

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Parvati Narayan, Jagat Gupta. Polymeric Nanoparticles-A Review. Trends in Drug Delivery. 2020; 7(3): 11–26p.


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