Journal of Clinical Research and Pharmacy

Short Article - Journal of Clinical Research and Pharmacy (2021) Volume 4, Issue 4

Supramolecular biovectors: Novel nanopolymers for drug delivery and gene therapy Brain targeting potential of carbamazepine SNEEDS.

 Supramolecular biovectors (SMBVs) are the polymers made from intrinsic nutrient carrier systems of the body such as lipoproteins by repeating units held together with noncovalent bonds. The SMBVs are nanosized virus like particular system comprising of polysaccharide core surrounded by phospholipid layer. These polymers combine good material properties with low viscosity and easy to handle makes them advantageous for drug delivery applications. By an elegant combination of dynamic/reversible structures with exceptional functions, functional supramolecular polymers are attracting increasing attention in various fields.

Author(s): Suryakanta Swain

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