Passive delivery of protein drugs through transdermal route.

@article{Chaulagain2018PassiveDO,
  title={Passive delivery of protein drugs through transdermal route.},
  author={Bivek Chaulagain and Ankit Jain and Ankita Tiwari and Amit Verma and Sanjay K Jain},
  journal={Artificial cells, nanomedicine, and biotechnology},
  year={2018},
  pages={
          1-16
        }
}
Skin is the largest external organ in the human body but its use for therapeutic purposes has been minimal. Stratum corneum residing on the uppermost layer of the skin provides a tough barrier to transport the drugs across the skin. Very small group of drugs sharing Lipinski properties, i.e. drugs having molecular weight not larger than 500 Da, having high lipophilicity and optimum polarity are fortunate enough to be used on skin therapeutics. But, at a time where modern therapeutics is slowly… CONTINUE READING
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