Fateme Haghiralsadat

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A novel approach was developed for the preparation of stealth controlled-release liposomal doxorubicin. Various liposomal formulations were prepared by employing both thin film and pH gradient hydration techniques. The optimum formulation contained phospholipid and cholesterol in 1:0.43 molar ratios in the presence of 3% DSPE-mPEG (2000). The liposomal(More)
OBJECTIVE In this study we prepared a novel formulation of liposomal doxorubicin (L- DOX). The drug dose was optimized by analyses of cellular uptake and cell viability of osteosarcoma (OS) cell lines upon exposure to nanoliposomes that contained varying DOX concentrations. We intended to reduce the cytotoxicity of DOX and improve characteristics of the(More)
For decades, multi-drug resistance (MDR) to chemotherapeutic drugs has been a serious challenge for researchers and has limited the use of anticancer drugs in malignancy treatment. Combination therapy has been considered as one of the most promising methods to address this problem. In the current study, we optimized niosome nanoparticles containing(More)
This study focuses on the development of a universal mathematical model for drug release kinetics from liposomes to allow in silico prediction of optimal conditions for fine-tuned controlled drug release. As a prelude for combined siRNA-drug delivery, nanoliposome formulations were optimized using various mole percentages of a cationic lipid(More)
A wide number of drug nanocarriers have emerged to improve medical therapies, and in Q2 particular to achieve controlled delivery of drugs, genes or gene expression-modifying compounds, or vaccine antigens to a specific target site. Of the nanocarriers, lipid-based and polymeric nanoparticles are the most widely used. Lipid-based systems like niosomes and(More)
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