Solid Lipid Nanoparticle for the Delivery of Docetaxel: A Review
Solid lipid nanoparticles are the forefront of the rapidly developing field of nanotechnology with several potential applications in drug delivery, clinical medicine and research. Due to its solid state it has greater stability than other nanocarrier systems. There are several other advantages like sustained release, improves bioavaibility and delivery of poorly water soluble drugs, helps in control of several pharmacokinetic parameters of drugs due to which use of SLN is increasing day by day. Various techniques can be used for the formulation of SLN i.e. solvent evaporation, microemulsification technique, high pressure homogenization and supercritical fluid method. It has several applications likes it is use in gene transfer therapy, also use in different drug delivery systmer like oral and pulmonary drug delivery system. Due to several advantages SLNs are widely used in chemotherapy for the treatment of the cancer. The use of SLN for the delivery of Docetaxel to tumor site have several benefits likes site specific delivery, less toxic effect, more cell cytotoxicity and more bioavaibility which leads to decrease in the dosing frequency. Docetaxel is an anticancer agent extracted from plant Taxus Baccata which is widely used in chemotherapy to treat cancer. This article contains the detail information of about the advantages, disadvantages, different method of preparation and several SLN loaded with Docetaxel.
Keywords: Solid lipid nanoparticles, drug delivery, clinical medicine, poorly water soluble drugs
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