Harmik Sohi

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Taste is one of the most important parameters governing patient compliance. Undesirable taste is one of several important formulation problems that are encountered with certain drugs. Oral administration of bitter drugs with an acceptable degree of palatability is a key issue for health care providers, especially for pediatric patients. Several oral(More)
BACKGROUND Drug delivery via oral mucosa is an alternative method of systemic administration for various classes of therapeutic agents. Among the oral mucosae, buccal and sublingual mucosae are the primary focus for drug delivery. Buccal delivery offers a clear advantage over the peroral route by avoidance of intestinal and hepatic first-pass metabolism.(More)
Cancer cells reflect higher level of ROS in comparison to the normal cell, so they become more vulnerable to further oxidative stress induced by exogenous ROS-generating agents. Through this a novel therapeutic strategy has evolved, which involves the delivery of redox cycler-doxorubicin (DOX) to the mitochondria of cancer cell where it acts as a source of(More)
Liposomes as a drug delivery system provides a leading approach for the systemic (intravenous) administration of drugs. Several approaches to kill tumor cells specifically have been developed, but still there is dearth in their selectivity. Among all other nano-carrier systems, liposomal formulations of cytotoxic drugs have received an appreciable(More)
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