Advancements in Targeted Drug Delivery Systems: A Review
Keywords:Drug Delivery, Nanoparticles, Peptide-Mediate Delivery, Drug- Therapies
Targeted drug delivery systems have revolutionized the field of medicine by enhancing the efficacy and specificity of drug therapies while minimizing side effects. This review paper aims to provide an overview of the recent advancements in targeted drug delivery systems, discussing various strategies, technologies, and applications. The paper also presents a comprehensive analysis of the challenges and potential future directions in this evolving field.
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Prasad M, Advancements in Targeted Drug
Delivery Systems: A Review. Int J Adv Res Med
Chem 2023; 5(1): 9-11
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