Short Communication - Journal of Pharmaceutical Chemistry & Chemical Science (2022) Volume 6, Issue 2
The therapeutic potential of oligonucleotides attached to inorganic nanoparticles has been established.
In comparison to organic materials, inorganic nanoparticles are non-toxic, aqueous, biocompatible, and stable. Drug delivery techniques with improved efficacy and fewer side effects have evolved alongside new materials. Diagnostic procedures, nano medicines and delivery methods, and biomedical applications are just a few of the biomedical applications of nanotechnology. The single biggest market opportunity is nano-enabled medicine delivery, according to estimates. Other inorganic nanoparticles besides calcium phosphates have recently been introduced as good drug delivery matrices thanks to recent advances in nanotechnology. Several inorganic nanomaterials have been exploited as medication carriers since they now exhibit enhanced chemical characteristics. The latest advancements and applications of calcium phosphate nanoparticles, gold nanoparticles, and iron oxide nanoparticles in drug delivery and tissue engineering are discussed in this chapter. The main characteristics of ZF models, as well as the benefits and drawbacks of using them in the creation of ON-based therapy techniques, are also highlighted.Author(s): Owasi Idara*