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Engineered Cellular Uptake and Controlled Drug Delivery Using Two Dimensional Nanoparticle and Polymer for Cancer Treatment

Two major problems in chemotherapy, poor bioavailability of hydrophobic anticancer drug and its adverse side effects causing nausea, are taken into account by developing a sustained drug release vehicle along with enhanced bioavailability using two-dimensional layered double hydroxides (LDHs) with appropriate surface charge and its subsequent embedment in polymer matrix. A model hydrophobic anticancer drug, raloxifene hydrochloride (RH), is intercalated into a series of zinc iron LDHs with varying anion charge densities using an ion exchange technique. To achieve significant sustained delivery, drug-intercalated LDH is embedded in poly(ε-caprolactone) (PCL) matrix to develop intravenous administration and to improve the therapeutic index of the drug. The cause of sustained release is visualized from the strong interaction between LDH and drug, as measured through spectroscopic techniques, like X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, infrared, UV–visible spectroscopy, and thermal measurement (depression of melti...

Autoren:   Sudipta Senapati; Rashmi Shukla; Yamini Bhusan Tripathi; Arun Kumar Mahanta; Dipak Rana; Pralay Maiti
Journal:   Molecular Pharmaceutics
Jahrgang:   2018
DOI:   10.1021/acs.molpharmaceut.7b01119
Erscheinungsdatum:   18.01.2018
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