Tag Archives: drug delivery

Using Anthrax toxin (Atx) for drug delivery

When people think of toxins in relation to medicine, they usually think of the use of the toxins’ warhead. This warhead has been used to kill things like cancer cells when directed by a cell-targeting antibody. However,

Nucleus-targeted anticancer drug delivery

Tumor cell nucleus-targeted delivery of antitumor agents is of great interest in cancer therapy, since the nucleus is one of the most frequent targets of drug action. However, efficient nuclear drug delivery upon systemic administration remains a

Evaluation of colon specific tablets using experimental induced colitis rat animal model

Colon forms the important part of large intestine located after caecum. Compared to other regions of gastrointestinal tract (GIT), movement of material through colon is slow. Therefore a dosage form taken orally could take from as less