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Recent progress in drug delivery
Alternative TitleRecent progress in drug delivery
Li Chong1; Wang Jiancheng2; Wang Yiguang2; Gao Huile3; Wei Gang4; Huang Yongzhuo5; Yu Haijun5; Gan Yong5; Wang Yongjun6; Mei Lin7; Chen Huabing8; Hu Haiyan7; Zhang Zhiping9; Jin Yiguang10
2019
Source PublicationActa Pharmaceutica Sinica B
ISSN2211-3835
Volume9Issue:6Pages:1145-1162
AbstractDrug delivery systems (DDS) are defined as methods by which drugs are delivered to desired tissues, organs, cells and subcellular organs for drug release and absorption through a variety of drug carriers. Its usual purpose to improve the pharmacological activities of therapeutic drugs and to overcome problems such as limited solubility, drug aggregation, low bioavailability, poor biodistribution, lack of selectivity, or to reduce the side effects of therapeutic drugs. During 2015–2018, significant progress in the research on drug delivery systems has been achieved along with advances in related fields, such as pharmaceutical sciences, material sciences and biomedical sciences. This review provides a concise overview of current progress in this research area through its focus on the delivery strategies, construction techniques and specific examples. It is a valuable reference for pharmaceutical scientists who want to learn more about the design of drug delivery systems. KEY WORDS: Pharmaceutics, Drug delivery system, Basic research, Application, Delivery strategy
Other AbstractDrug delivery systems (DDS) are defined as methods by which drugs are delivered to desired tissues, organs, cells and subcellular organs for drug release and absorption through a variety of drug carriers. Its usual purpose to improve the pharmacological activities of therapeutic drugs and to overcome problems such as limited solubility, drug aggregation, low bioavailability, poor biodistribution, lack of selectivity, or to reduce the side effects of therapeutic drugs. During 2015–2018, significant progress in the research on drug delivery systems has been achieved along with advances in related fields, such as pharmaceutical sciences, material sciences and biomedical sciences. This review provides a concise overview of current progress in this research area through its focus on the delivery strategies, construction techniques and specific examples. It is a valuable reference for pharmaceutical scientists who want to learn more about the design of drug delivery systems.
KeywordTherapeutics. Pharmacology RM1-950
Indexed ByCSCD
Language英语
Funding Project[National Natural Science Foundation of China] ; [Drug Innovation Major Project of China]
CSCD IDCSCD:6627754
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/153912
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
Affiliation1.西南大学
2.北京大学
3.四川大学
4.复旦大学
5.中国科学院
6.中国科学院金属研究所
7.中国科学院广州地球化学研究所
8.苏州大学
9.Huazhong University Sci & Technol, Tongji Med Coll, Sch Pharm, Wuhan 430030, Hubei, Peoples R China
10.Beijing Institute Radiat Med, Dept Pharmaceut Sci, Beijing 100850, Peoples R China
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Li Chong,Wang Jiancheng,Wang Yiguang,et al. Recent progress in drug delivery[J]. Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica B,2019,9(6):1145-1162.
APA Li Chong.,Wang Jiancheng.,Wang Yiguang.,Gao Huile.,Wei Gang.,...&Jin Yiguang.(2019).Recent progress in drug delivery.Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica B,9(6),1145-1162.
MLA Li Chong,et al."Recent progress in drug delivery".Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica B 9.6(2019):1145-1162.
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