Virosomes as Novel drug delivery System: An Overview

  • Narinder Singh CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Surya Prakash Gautam CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
  • Neelam Kumari CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Rupinder Kaur CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Manpreet Kaur CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Keywords: Virosomes, Drug delivery, characterization, Application

Abstract

Virosomes are reconstituted viral envelopes that can fill in as vaccines and as vehicles for cell conveyance of different macromolecules. The prospect of drug delivery and targeting systems utilizing virosomes is an intriguing innovative work field. Since virosomes are biocompatible, biodegradable, non-poisonous and non-autoimmunogenuic; endeavors have been made to use them as antibodies or adjuvants and also conveyance frameworks for drugs and organic for remedial purposes. The achievement of virosomal medicate conveyance relies on upon strategy used to set up the typified bioactive materials and fuse them into the virosomes. Virosome innovation could conceivably be utilized to convey peptides, nucleic acids or, then again qualities and medications like anti-toxins, anticancer agents, and steroids.

Author Biographies

Narinder Singh, CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences

CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Shahpur, Jalandhar, Punjab, India

Surya Prakash Gautam, CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences,

CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Shahpur, Jalandhar, Punjab, India

Neelam Kumari, CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences

CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Shahpur, Jalandhar, Punjab, India

Rupinder Kaur, CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences

CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Shahpur, Jalandhar, Punjab

Manpreet Kaur, CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences

CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Shahpur, Jalandhar, Punjab, India

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Published
2017-09-01
How to Cite
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Singh, N., Gautam, S.P., Kumari, N., Kaur, R. and Kaur, M. 2017. Virosomes as Novel drug delivery System: An Overview. PharmaTutor. 5, 9 (Sep. 2017), 47-55.

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