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Inventi Rapid - NDDS

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: NDDS’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. The journal covers all the areas under novel drug delivery systems. It welcomes articles pertaining to nano drug delivery systems; gastroretensive system, colonic drug delivery, bioadhesive and mucoadhesive systems; nasopulmonary drug delivery; ocular delivery; transdermal delivery, implants and inserts; protein and peptide delivery; manufacturing, quality control and regulatory aspects of NDDS, etc.

  • REVIEW ON IN-SITU GELLING SYSTEM
    Patil Suresh D*, Pande Vishal V    Download Full Text

    The in-situ gel framework has developed as outstanding novel drug delivery systems; it can be utilized for sustained and controlled release of the drugs having its own special characteristic feature of ‘Sol to Gel’ transition. In the in-situ gel system formulation is mostly available in the solution form before enter into body but it will change into gel form also depending on the physiologica...

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  • ANTI-AGEING TREATMENT STRATEGIES AND ROLE OF NANOTECHNOLOGY IN DELIVERY OF ACTIVE COMPOUNDS
    Manisha Sharma, Radha Rani, Sandeep Saini, Madhu Gupta*    Download Full Text

    Ageing is a complex process which can be characterized by wrinkling, loss of elasticity with loosening of skin and the texture of the skin become rough and dull. The process of ageing is governed by various mechanisms and factors such as UV radiation, environmental pollution, stress, diet, hormones, genetic predisposition etc. In the past few years researchers have discovered various approaches to...

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  • FAST DISSOLVING TABLETS OF CHARANTIN: A RECENT APPROACH
    H M Meghana*, J Adlin Jino Nesalin    Download Full Text

    In this present work, fast dissolving tablets of charantin were prepared by direct compression method to minimize bitter taste and to reduce first pass hepatic metabolism. Three superdisintegrants, viz., crospovidone, croscarmellose sodium and sodium starch glycolate in different ratios (5% and 10%) along with beta cyclodextrin, microcrystalline cellulose, Saccharin sodium were used. Saccharin sod...

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  • FULLERENES: INNOVATION IN TOPICAL DRUG DELIVERY
    D Warekar*, A Varshneya    Download Full Text

    Topical drug delivery is one of the sought after routes of drug delivery for the numerous advantages it offers. The potential of several novel drug delivery carriers for topical delivery has been established through decades of research. Fullerene, an allotrope of carbon, is a bulky molecule with 60 carbon atoms. This distinctive class of polyhedral carbon structure has been studied extensively for...

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  • EXTENDED RELEASE PELLETS OF DICLOFENAC SODIUM: PREPARATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND DRUG RELEASE STUDY
    Rahul S Tade*, Manoj M Bari    Download Full Text

    The present work has explored the use of the classic polymer in combination for the floating sustained release of diclofenac sodium. The effect of different polymer ratio has been evaluated by using the in-vitro dissolution and buoyancy testing. It was found that the density of polymers affects the floating behavior. The micromeritics properties of prepared batches were studied, which seems to fal...

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  • DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, CHARACTERIZATION OF SOLID LIPID NANOPARTICLES FOR ORAL ADMINISTRATION
    S D Mankar*, Anjali Dama, M S Bhosale, S S Sidhheshwar    Download Full Text

    A high potential for drug delivery has been attributed to particulate drug carriers, especially small particles such as micro particles and colloidal system in nanometer range. Controlled and targeted delivery is one the most enviable requirements from a carrier, which involves the multidisciplinary site-specific or targeted approach. Nanoparticles have important potential applications for the adm...

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