Effect of PEGylation on the stability of liposomes during nebulisation and in lung surfactant.

Abstract

Oral inhalation of anticancer drugs or drug delivery system is a novel therapeutic approach in the treatment of lung cancer and requires formulations which are sufficiently stabile during nebulisation and subsequent interaction with the surfactant lining of the lungs. In this study, we assessed the stability of plain and PEGylated transferrin-conjugated… (More)

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