Design and Characterization of Nano drug systems

Recent years have seen the rapid development of inorganic nanomaterials for medical applications. Currently, nanomedicine - nanoparticles (NPs) intended for therapeutic or diagnostic purposes - can be found in a number of medical applications, including therapeutic and diagnostic agents. Pushing the boundaries of nanotechnology towards innovative nano therapies will certainly help reduce the side effects of traditional treatments and achieve an earlier diagnosis. The interactions between engineered nanomaterials and biological components are influenced by complex interactions that make predicting their fate and biological performance a challenge. We hope that both new and experienced researchers will find it useful in designing nanoparticles to enhance biological performance. Nano emulsions have received great interest in research, dosage design and drug therapy. This is the result of several properties that characterize nano emulsions.


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