A Review on Silver Nanoparticles from Lycurgus Cup as Drug Delivery System
Keywords:Silver Nanoparticles, Lycurgus Cup, Nanotechnology, Drug Delivery, Antimicrobial, Colloidal Particles
The Lycurgus Cup is one of the finest nanotechnology based cup, where colloidal microscope particles of gold and silver were impregnated on the glass and gives dichroic effects. Silver nanoparticles give greenish color on light scattering. Silver nanoparticles (Ag-NP) concept was used to decorate the different materials using nanotechnology. Concept of Silver nanoparticles was not limited to only decoration but its inherent properties were extensively studied and explore the different application of the silver nanoparticles in field of science. Some of the properties such as antimicrobial, drug delivery, catalyst are newly studied and reconnoitered. Ag-NP can delivery many therapeutics agents to target site of the disease. Green synthesis method is preferred from synthetic method of Silver nanoparticles. Silver nanoparticles is new era of drug delivery for delivering various therapeutics agents, it can have synergetic effects along with active pharmaceutical ingredients.
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Agrawal A, Jai SD. A Review on Silver Nanoparticles from Lycurgus Cup as Drug Delivery System. Int J Adv Res Med Chem 2022; 4(1): 1-6.
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