Nanotechnology and Drug Delivery Part 2: Nanostructures for Drug Delivery

@inproceedings{Ochekpe2009NanotechnologyAD,
  title={Nanotechnology and Drug Delivery Part 2: Nanostructures for Drug Delivery},
  author={Nelson Agaba Ochekpe and Patrick Oladele Olorunfemi and Ndidi C Ngwuluka},
  year={2009}
}
This is the second part of a review on nanotechnology in general and particularly as it pertains to drug deliver. In the earlier paper (Part 1), nanotechnology in nature, its history as well as design and methods were discussed. Its applications, benefits and risks were also outlined. In this paper (Part 2), various nanostructures employed in drug delivery, their methods of fabrication and challenges of nano drug delivery are reviewed. Nanotechnology is one approach to overcome challenges of… CONTINUE READING

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