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Nanosized liposomes containing bile salt: A vesicular nanocarrier for enhancing oral bioavailability of BCS class III drug
(Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2017)
PURPOSE: Liposomes have been studied as a colloidal carrier in drug delivery systems, especially for oral administration. However, their low structural integrity in the gut is still a major shortcoming. Membrane disruptive ...
Butylglyceryl pectin nanoparticles: Synthesis, formulation and characterization
(MDPI AG., 2019)
Pectin is a polysaccharide with very good gel forming properties that traditionally has found important applications in foods and pharmaceutical industries. Although less studied, chemical modifications of pectin leading ...
Transdermal patches: Design and current approaches to painless drug delivery
Use of transdermal patches can evade many issues associated with oral drug delivery, such as first-pass hepatic metabolism, enzymatic digestion attack, drug hydrolysis and degradation in acidic media, drug fluctuations, ...
Nano-sized droplets of self-emulsifying system for enhancing oral bioavailability of chemotherapeutic agent VP-16 in rats: A nano lipid carrier for BCS class IV drugs
(Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences., 2018)
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the ability of a self-nano-emulsifying drug delivery system (SNEDDS) to enhance the oral bioavailability of a BCS class IV drug, etoposide (VP-16). METHOD: A series of ...
Attitude, perception, willingness, motivation and barriers to practice-based research: A cross-sectional survey of hospital pharmacists in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
(Public Library of Science, 2018)
Background and objectives Practice-based research (PBR) is of pivotal importance for hospital pharmacists which not only up-grades the profession but also improves the patient care. This study aimed to evaluate the attitude, ...