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2024

Vol 2, No 1 (2024): Treatment of Eye Diseases with Nanoparticles

Authors: Deepak Gupta, Rahul Soni

Abstract: Nanoparticles have emerged as a promising tool in the treatment of various eye diseases. Their unique properties, such as small size, large surface area, and the ability to be functionalized, allow for targeted and controlled drug delivery, improved bioavailability, and reduced side effects. This paper reviews the current advancements in nanoparticle-based therapies for eye diseases, including their types, mechanisms of action, and clinical applications. We also discuss the challenges and future prospects of nanoparticle-based ocular treatments.

Keywords: Nanoparticles, Eye diseases, Drug delivery, Glaucoma, Age-related macular degeneration (AMD), Diabetic retinopathy, Ocular infections, Lipid-based nanoparticles, Polymeric nanoparticles, Metal-based nanoparticles, Carbon-based nanoparticles

 

Vol 2, No 1 (2024): Nanotechnology for Vaccine Delivery

Authors: Sakshi Singh, Kirti Patel, Naina Agarwal

Abstract: Nanotechnology has emerged as a revolutionary tool in various fields, including medicine. One of its most promising applications is in the delivery of vaccines. This paper reviews the principles of nanotechnology and its role in vaccine delivery, exploring the mechanisms, advantages, challenges, and future prospects. It also discusses various types of nanoparticles used, such as lipid-based nanoparticles, polymer-based nanoparticles, and virus-like particles, highlighting recent advancements and clinical applications.

Keywords: Nanotechnology, vaccine delivery, nanoparticles, immunogenicity, stability, targeted delivery, controlled release, adjuvants, COVID-19 vaccines, cancer vaccines, regulatory challenges, personalized vaccines, global health

 

Vol 2, No 1 (2024): Nanosensors for Biomarker Detection

Authors: Jeevika Thakur, Radhe Pandey, Dr. K.R Kapadiya

Abstract: Nanosensors, leveraging the unique properties of nanomaterials, offer significant advancements in the detection of biomarkers, crucial for early diagnosis and monitoring of diseases. This paper explores the types, mechanisms, applications, and challenges of nanosensors in biomarker detection. By examining various nanomaterials and their integration into sensor technology, we elucidate their enhanced sensitivity, specificity, and potential for point-of-care diagnostics.

Keywords: Rheumatoid arthritis, Systemic lupus erythematosus, Biologics, Small molecule inhibitors, Janus kinase inhibitors, Tumor necrosis factor inhibitors, B-cell depletion therapy, BAFF inhibitors, Personalized medicine, Autoimmune diseases

 

Vol 2, No 1 (2024): Novel Treatments for Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus

Authors: Garima Jain, Nitin Kaushik

Abstract: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) are chronic autoimmune diseases that significantly affect patients' quality of life. Traditional treatments often involve broad-spectrum immunosuppressants with potential adverse effects and limited efficacy. Recent advancements in understanding the molecular and immunological pathways underlying these diseases have led to the development of novel therapeutic strategies. This paper reviews new treatments, including biologics, small molecule inhibitors, and emerging therapies, highlighting their mechanisms of action, efficacy, and safety profiles. The discussion also covers the potential of personalized medicine in optimizing treatment outcomes for RA and SLE patients.

Keywords: Rheumatoid arthritis, Systemic lupus erythematosus, Biologics, Small molecule inhibitors, Janus kinase inhibitors, Tumor necrosis factor inhibitors, B-cell depletion therapy, BAFF inhibitors, Personalized medicine, Autoimmune diseases

 

 

Vol 2, No 1 (2024): Carbon Nanohorn: The Promising Drug Delivery System: A Concise Review

Authors: Paurnima R. Chavan, B. A. Shingate, Vivekkumar Redasani

Abstract: The current review paper provides an overview of our recent achievements in the field of CNHs, along with a summary of several significant properties and applications. Carbon nanoforms are conical horn-shaped nanostructures composed of sp2 carbon atoms. Carbon Nano horns have gained significant attention in the field of nanomaterials due to their versatibility, high purity, ability to modulate chemical, physical and electronic properties and potential applications. The properties of Carbon nanohorm include a high surface area, excellent mechanical strength, good electrical and thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity and porosity. These properties make carbon nanohorns suitable for various applications such as gas storage media, support for the catalyst, in energy applications, transporters in the pharmaceutical delivery system, Adsorption, Magnetic Resonance Analysis, in gas sensing, in photodynamic therapy, in electrochemistry, in fuel cells, bio sensing application, as a photo electrochemical and photovoltaic cells. In recent years, there has been extensive research on carbon nanohorns and their applications. This review article focuses on overview of the properties and applications of carbon nanohorns. It covers various topics including the physical properties and applications of carbon nanohorns in different fields.

Keywords: Carbon nanohorn, properties, applications, thermal conductivity.

 

 

Vol 2, No 1 (2024): Carbon Nanohorn: The Promising Drug Delivery System: A Concise Review

Authors: Paurnima R. Chavan, B. A.Shingate, Vivekkumar Redasani

Abstract: The current review paper provides an overview of our recent achievements in the field of CNHs, along with a summary of several significant properties and applications. Carbon nanoforms are conical horn-shaped nanostructures composed of sp2 carbon atoms. Carbon Nano horns have gained significant attention in the field of nanomaterials due to their versatibility, high purity, ability to modulate chemical, physical and electronic properties and potential applications. The properties of Carbon nanohorm include a high surface area, excellent mechanical strength, good electrical and thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity and porosity. These properties make carbon nanohorns suitable for various applications such as gas storage media, support for the catalyst, in energy applications, transporters in the pharmaceutical delivery system, Adsorption, Magnetic Resonance Analysis, in gas sensing, in photodynamic therapy, in electrochemistry, in fuel cells, bio sensing application, as a photo electrochemical and photovoltaic cells. In recent years, there has been extensive research on carbon nanohorns and their applications. This review article focuses on overview of the properties and applications of carbon nanohorns. It covers various topics including the physical properties and applications of carbon nanohorns in different fields.

Keywords: Carbon nanohorn, properties, applications, thermal conductivity.

 


2023

Vol 1, No 1 (2023): Nanogel A Promising Platform for Drug Discovery and Controlled Delivery System

Authors:Dr. Ashutosh Mishra, Rajvinder Malik

Abstract:Nanotechnology has revolutionized the field of drug discovery and delivery, offering unprecedented opportunities for improving therapeutic efficacy and reducing adverse effects. Among the various nanoscale drug delivery systems, nanogels have emerged as a versatile platform due to their unique physicochemical properties and tunable drug release kinetics. In this paper, we explore the potential of nanogels as a promising tool for drug discovery and controlled delivery. We discuss their synthesis methods, characterization techniques, and highlight recent advancements in utilizing nanogels for targeted drug delivery, sustained release, and stimuli-responsive release. Additionally, we delve into their applications in disease treatment, emphasizing their efficacy in cancer therapy, infectious diseases, and regenerative medicine. Furthermore, we address the challenges and future prospects of nanogels, emphasizing the need for comprehensive preclinical and clinical studies to harness their full potential in the field of drug discovery and controlled delivery systems.

Keywords:Nanogel, Drug delivery, Controlled release, Drug discovery, Nanomedicine, Nanoparticles, Targeted delivery, Sustained release, Stimuli-responsive release, Synthesis Characterization

Vol 1, No 1 (2023): Nanotechnology in Pharmacy Advancements, Applications, and Future Prospects

Authors:Anupriya Mehta, Ragani Kushwaha, Priya Verma

Abstract:Nanotechnology has emerged as a powerful and rapidly evolving field with significant implications in various industries, including pharmacy. This paper provides an overview of the advancements, applications, and future prospects of nanotechnology in pharmacy. It explores how nanotechnology has revolutionized drug delivery systems, diagnostics, imaging techniques, and therapeutics. Furthermore, it discusses the potential challenges and ethical considerations associated with the use of nanotechnology in pharmacy. By harnessing the unique properties of nanomaterials, nanotechnology offers tremendous potential to improve drug efficacy, enhance patient outcomes, and pave the way for personalized medicine.

Keywords:Nanotechnology, pharmacy, drug delivery, diagnostics, nanomaterials, nanocarriers, nanotherapeutics, safety, toxicity, regulatory considerations, personalized medicine, interdisciplinary collaboration, future prospects.

Vol 1, No 1 (2023): Advancements in Pharmaceutical Research: Pioneering Innovations and Future Perspectives

Authors:Akhilesh Singhai, Chandrakant Magdum

Abstract:Pharmaceutical research has experienced remarkable advancements in recent years, leading to groundbreaking innovations that have revolutionized the field of healthcare. This paper explores the pioneering innovations in pharmaceutical research and presents an overview of the current landscape, highlighting the significant progress made in drug discovery, personalized medicine, biotechnology, and nanotechnology. Additionally, it discusses the future perspectives of pharmaceutical research, focusing on emerging trends and potential breakthroughs that hold promise for improving human health and addressing complex medical challenges.

Keywords:Pharmaceutical research, Advancements, Innovations, Drug discovery, Personalized medicine, Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, Artificial intelligence, Precision medicine

Vol 1, No 1 (2023): Nanoparticles in Drug Delivery: Revolutionizing Targeted Therapy and Overcoming Challenges for Future Applications

Authors:Dr. R. P Yadav, Ashish Tiwari

Abstract:Nanoparticles have emerged as a promising avenue in drug delivery systems, revolutionizing the field of medicine. This paper presents a comprehensive study on the potential of nanoparticles as the drug delivery technology of the future. We explore their unique properties, fabrication techniques, and diverse applications in targeted therapy. Furthermore, we discuss the challenges and future prospects of nanoparticle-based drug delivery systems, highlighting the need for continued research and development in this rapidly evolving field.

Keywords:Nanoparticles, drug delivery, targeted therapy, fabrication techniques, lipid-based nanoparticles, polymeric nanoparticles, metallic nanoparticles, cancer treatment, neurological disorders, cardiovascular diseases, infectious diseases, toxicity, scalability, regulatory considerations, future prospects

Vol 1, No 1 (2023): Nanotechnology-Enabled Drug Delivery Systems Advancing Towards the Ideal Drug Concept

Authors:Gunjan Pandey, Shikha Kumai, P. S. Prajapati

Abstract:The ideal drug concept envisions medications that are highly targeted, personalized, and efficacious with minimal side effects. Achieving this vision requires advancements in drug delivery systems. Nanotechnology has emerged as a promising field that offers numerous opportunities to revolutionize drug development and delivery. This paper explores the ideal drug concept, discusses the limitations of conventional drug delivery systems, and highlights the potential of nanotechnology in realizing the ideal drug concept. It provides an overview of nanotechnology-based drug delivery systems, including nanoparticles, nanocarriers, and nanosensors. Furthermore, it examines the advantages of nanotechnology in enhancing drug specificity, improving bioavailability, enabling controlled release, and facilitating personalized medicine. Lastly, the paper discusses the challenges and future prospects of nanotechnology in realizing the ideal drug concept.

Keywords:Nanotechnology, drug delivery systems, ideal drug concept, targeted delivery, personalized medicine


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