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Role of Nanostructured Lipid Carrier (NLC) in Molecular and Clinical Medicine: An Overview

Ganesh R. Pawbake, Satish V. Shirolkar.

Abstract
Medicines formed as a core matrix of both solid and fluid lipids are nanostructured lipid transporters. NLCs also shown multiple advantages relative to traditional drug carriers, such as improved solubility, greater storage stability, enhanced permeability and bio-availability, reduced harmful effects, longer half-life and tissue-based distribution. In recent years, NLCs have drawn increasing attention. The mechanisms, preparatory methods and applications of NLCs in relation to molecular and clinical medicine are defined throughout this analysis. The potential of NLCs for different strategic routes is seen. Significant issues, including medicinal and cosmetic applications, for the use of NLCs are addressed.

Key words: Nanostructured lipid carrier, drug-delivery, applications of NLCs.



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