PODCAST: Chitosan Nano-encapsulation Enhances Gedunin Cytotoxicity

Author(s): Chukwumaobim D.U. Nwokwu, Sameera R. Samarakoon, Desiree N. Karunaratne*, Nuwanthi P. Katuvawila, Meran K. Ediriweera, Kamani H. Tennekoon.

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Press Release for EurekAlert! Bacterial outer membrane vesicles: An emerging tool in vaccine development

This article by Kendrick B. Turner and Scott A. Walper is published in Drug Delivery Letters, Volume 7, Issue 2, 2017

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Outer membrane vesicles, biological nanoparticles shed during normal growth by bacteria, have seen significant recent advances in engineering and are thus finding new utility as therapeutic and drug delivery agents. One specific research focus explored recently in the literature is the use of bacterial vesicles as adjuvants in vaccine formulations. Early success in this area has demonstrated protection against infection by a number of bacterial species in animal models by engineering vesicles to display species-specific antigens as cargo, either within the interior of the vesicles or displayed on the exterior vesicle surface. In an effort to highlight recent advances in this field, this article explores recent and ongoing efforts to develop novel engineering methods aimed at providing new functionalities for bacterial vesicles as they apply to vaccine formulations. Specifically emerging technologies for engineering these structures, including cargo loading and surface modification will be explored. Bacterial vesicles show great promise as biologically-, derived nanoparticles that could function as a platform technology in a variety of fields. With continued development of novel engineering tools, and an increased understanding in their biogenesis and biological fate in living systems there is significant potential to develop bacterial vesicles as tools for not only vaccine development but also for use in the delivery of therapeutic compounds to targeted cells.

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New Issue :: Drug Delivery Letters 6, Issue 2

Drug Delivery Letters publishes short papers and mini-reviews in all important aspects of drug delivery, gene delivery, and drug targeting. Short papers report seminal results and research approaching conclusion of importance in the field.

The journals’ scope covers all the basic and applied research in drug delivery and targeting at molecular and cellular levels and novel delivery systems. The manuscript submission process is fully electronic to ensure rapid publication of research results.

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Recently Published Issue Of the Journal Drug Delivery Letters

Drug Delivery Letters publishes short papers in all important aspects of drug delivery, gene delivery, and drug targeting. Short papers report seminal results and research approaching conclusion of importance in the field. The journal scope covers all basic and applied research in drug delivery and targeting at molecular and cellular levels and novel delivery systems. The manuscript submission process is fully electronic, to ensure the rapid publication of research results

Following are the articles from the journal Drug Delivery Letters, 4 Issue 1 (Medline)

Article: Nanotechnology Approaches to Target Endosomal pH: A Promising Strategy for an Efficient Intracellular Drug, Gene and Protein Delivery

Author(s): Daniele R. Nogueira, Montserrat Mitjans and Maria P. Vinardell

 

Article: Liposomes as Triggerable Carrier for Intracellular Drug Delivery

Author(s): Neeraj K. Sharma and Vimal Kumar

 

Article: Comparative Pharmacokinetic Evaluation of Controlled Release Matrix Tablet of Milnacipran Hydrochloride in Rabbit

Author(s): Gautam Singhvi, Abhishek Shah, Sri R. Nalla and Ranendra N. Saha

 

Article: Transmucosal Drug Delivery- An Overview

Author(s): Pooja Abhang, Munira Momin, Mayur Inamdar and Swapan Kar

 

Article: Polymeric Drug Delivery Approaches for Colon Targeting: A Review

Author(s): Apninder Kaur, Amarjeet Kaur, Vishav P. Kaur, Manpreet Kaur and Ramchandra S. Murthy

 

Article: A Laconic Overview on Fast Dissolving Sublingual Films as Propitious Dosage Form

Author(s): G.C. Shalini, Preeti Karwa, Aisha Khanum and Vinay Pandit

 

Article: Liposomes: Targeted and Controlled Delivery System

Author(s): Tarun Garg and Amit K. Goyal

 

Article: Medicated Chewing Gum: Patient Compliance Oral Drug Delivery System

Author(s): Tarun Garg and Amit K. Goyal

 

Article: Novel Technology to Improve Drug Loading in Polymeric Nanofibers

Author(s): Karun Kataria, Abhinandan Sharma, Tarun Garg, Amit K. Goyal and Goutam Rath

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Recently Published Issue Of the Journal Drug Delivery Letters

Drug Delivery Letters publishes short papers in all important aspects of drug delivery, gene delivery, and drug targeting. Short papers report seminal results and research approaching conclusion of importance in the field. The journal scope covers all basic and applied research in drug delivery and targeting at molecular and cellular levels and novel delivery systems. The manuscript submission process is fully electronic, to ensure the rapid publication of research results

Following are the articles from the journal Drug Delivery Letters, 3 Issue 3 (Medline)

 

Article: A Water-Soluble Fenbendazole (FBZ) Formulation for Treating Pinworm Infections in Laboratory Animals

Author(s): Jang-Ha Ryu, James Diakur, Sandra E. Kelly, James C. Russell and Leonard I. Wiebe

 

Article: P53 Gene Therapy Sensitizes Resistant Breast Cancer Cells to Doxorubicin Chemotherapy

Author(s): Ajay Kumar and Srinath Palakurthi

 

Article: Preparation and Evaluation of Self-microemulsifying Drug Delivery System of Sirolimus

Author(s): Pranav V. Patel, Kush K. Trivedi, Tejal A. Mehta and Shital S. Panchal

 

Article: Nanosponge: A Novel Carrier for Drug Delivery

Author(s): Rehana Ansari, Rachna Maheshwari, Shikha Jain, Suresh C. Mahajan and Vikas Jain

 

Article: Role of Microspheres in Drug Delivery-An Overview

Author(s): Swapna Alli, Sateesh K. Vemula and Prabhakar R. Veerareddy

 

Article: Formulation Development and Evaluation of Lipid Based Nanoparticles of Valsartan by Microemulsification

Author(s): Hiral Patel, Vijay Oza, Akshay Koli, Ketan Ranch and Dinesh Shah

 

Article: Solubility Enhancement of Modafinil by Complexation with β-cyclodextrin and Hydroxypropyl β-cyclodextrin: A Response Surface Modeling Approach

Author(s): Anjan K. Mahapatra, Padala N. Murthy, Ruchita K. Patra and Satyanarayan Pattnaik

 

Article: Polyethylene Oxide Based pH-independent Drug Delivery System: Formulation and Optimization by Central Composite Design

Author(s): Dharmik M. Mehta, Punit B. Parejiya, Bhavesh S. Barot, Disha D. Suthar and Pragna K. Shelat

 

Article: Reverse Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography Method for Quantification of Acyclovir in Rat Plasma

Author(s): Ankit A. Kharia and Akhlesh K. Singhai

 

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