6 edition of Targeting of Drugs 6: Strategies for Stealth Therapeutic Systems (Nato Science Series: A:) found in the catalog.
November 15, 1998
Written in English
|Contributions||Gregory Gregoriadis (Editor), Brenda McCormack (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||286|
In recent years, research has significantly developed in terms of liposomal systems with an improved drug delivery potential for cancer therapy [1,3–6].Subsequent work on improving the therapeutic potential of liposomes has focused mainly on developing strategies for actively targeting the liposomes to a tumor site, intracellular delivery followed by organelle-specific targeting and An overview of active and passive targeting strategies to improve the nanocarriers efﬁciency to tumour sites Mohamed F. Attiaa,b,c, Nicolas Antona, Justine Wallyna, Ziad Omrand and Thierry F. Vandammea aCNRS, CAMB, UMR , Universite de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France, bDepartment of Bioengineering, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, USA, cNational Research Centre, Cairo, Egypt
Drug Targeting Strategies Passive targeting Active targeting Inverse targeting Dual targeting Double targeting Combination targeting PASSIVE TARGETING In Passive targeting, we make use of and modify the physiochemical properties of the drug carrier complex, so that it escapes body defence system and accumulate in the target :// Advances in nanoparticle engineering, and in understanding of the importance of nanoparticle characteristics such as size, shape and surface properties for biological interactions, are creating
Moreover, active targeting is of importance when tissue accumulation does not depend on EPR (for example, vascular targeting) or when the delivery of therapeutic agents requires active Current Drug Targets aims to cover the latest and most outstanding developments on the medicinal chemistry and pharmacology of molecular drug targets e.g. disease specific proteins, receptors, enzymes, genes.. Current Drug Targets publishes guest edited thematic issues written by leaders in the field covering a range of current topics of drug targets.. The journal also accepts for publication ?journalID=cdt.
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Scientific Affairs Division.;] Consequently, novel therapeutic agents and drug delivery systems for cancer therapy are needed to reduce generalized toxicity and to increase therapeutic effect.
Numerous drug delivery systems (e.g., nanoparticles) and drug targeting systems (e.g., monoclonal In this chapter the reasons to develop’ stealth’ therapeutic systems for intravenous administration are discussed and strategies to achieve this goal are outlined.
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Passive targeting Passive targeting involves therapeutic exploitation of the natural distribution pattern of a drug-carrier construct in-vivo. For e.g., the role of reticuloendothelial system (RES) in clearing foreign particulate materials from blood permits drug encapsulated in particulate carriers like liposomes to be passively targeted to Many drugs, either in their free form or encapsulated within a nanoparticle, have been explored for delivery using stem cell-based targeting strategies (Cao et al.,Pacioni et al., ).
In addition, a large amount of work has been done to engineer stem cells for targeted delivery of genetic ://. Surface functionalization of liposomes can play a key role in overcoming the current limitations of nanocarriers to treat solid tumors, i.e., biological barriers and physiological factors.
The phospholipid vesicles (liposomes) containing anticancer agents produce fewer side effects than non-liposomal anticancer formulations, and can effectively target the solid ://Engineering of Biomaterials for Drug Delivery Systems: Beyond Polyethylene Glycol examines the combined issues of PEGylation and viable biomaterials as alternatives.
With a strong focus on polymeric biomaterials, the book first reviews the major issues associated with PEGylation and its use in ://Targeting Strategies for the Combination Treatment of Cancer Using Drug Delivery Systems.
One particular study highlighting cellular targeting treated late stage gastric cancer by targeting the IL-6 cytokine, can improve the therapeutic efficacy of anticancer drugs when compared to