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CeNS researchers team create silica nanoparticles for better drug delivery

CeNS researchers team create silica nanoparticles for better drug delivery

CeNS researchers have made nanoparticles to help drug delivery systems work better (DDS). Nanoparticles with pores are better at taking hydrophobic drugs because they have more stable surfaces and better absorption properties. They also affect how many drugs can be loaded and released because of what they do.

Key Highlight:

  • Researchers from CeNS and Pune have created silica nanoparticles to improve drug delivery systems (DDS).
  • These porous nanoparticles absorb hydrophobic drugs better and have more stable surfaces.
  • Researchers from the CeNS in Bengaluru and the CSIR-NCL in Pune recently published a paper describing how they improved the stability of a material widely used to design DDS.
  • Their work affects the total amount of drugs loaded and released.
  • DST said the researchers used selective chemical functionalization strategies to modify the protein.

CeNS researchers and collaborators have made nanoparticles made of silica from NCL Pune, India. They can help improve drug delivery systems (DDS). Pores in these nanoparticles make them better at taking hydrophobic drugs with more stable surfaces and better absorption qualities.

Recently, researchers from the Center for Nano and Soft Matter Sciences in Bengaluru and the National Chemical Laboratory in Pune showed how they changed the material used to make DDS more durable. Their work also affects how many drugs can be loaded and released at a time. DST said that the researchers used selective chemical functionalization strategies to make the changes happen.

Scientists from Bengaluru and Pune showed how they made DDS more durable, and how many drugs can be loaded and released at a time. They used selective chemical functionalization strategies to make the changes happen.

Scientists have a new way of making drug delivery systems. They’ve made them more durable and capable of holding more medication.

Scientists have made a breakthrough in the development of DDS. The new material enables drug delivery and release of multiple drugs at a time.

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