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Preparation and Evaluation of Mucoadhesive Opthalmic Niosomes of Acyclovir Using Chitosan and Carbopol

Dr. Raghvendra1*, Pragya Sharma1, Nidhi Dhama2 1Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutics, Aligarh College of Pharmacy, Aligarh, U.P., India, 202001 2Assistant Professor, Department  of Pharmaceutics, Translam Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Meerut, U.P. India, 250001 A B S T R A C T Niosomes have been reported as a possible approach to deliver the drug to ophthalmic cavity. Niosomes were ... Read More »

Niosomes and Its Application-A Review

ABOUT AUTHOR Navneet Kumar Verma*1 and Asha Roshan2 1Department of Pharmacy, Rameshwaram Institute of Technology and Management Lucknow, (U.P), India 2R.K. College of Pharmacy, Azamgarh, (U.P), India Abstract Niosomes are a Novel Drug Delivery System (NDDS). A number of NDDS has been  reported through various route of administration ,to achieve controlled and targeted drug delivery. Controlled release drug products are ... Read More »

Formulation and Evaluation of Niosomes containing Amoxicillin

ABOUT AUTHOR Rituraj Kashyap*, Dev Rahul, Dr. Shashi Tripathi, U.S. Sharma Sir Madanlal Institute of Pharmacy, Alampur, Hauj, Etawah, U.P, India-206001. Abstract Niosomes are microscopic non-ionic surfactant vesicles which foms on self-assembling of non-ionic surfactant. Niosomes are promising vehicle for drug delivery and being non-ionic, it is less toxic and improves the therapeutic index of drug by restricting its action ... Read More »

Proniosomes: A Review

ABOUT AUTHOR Rajesh Asija*, Deepak Sharma, Haresh Nirmal Department of Pharmaceutics, Maharishi Arvind Institute of Pharmacy, Mansarovar, Jaipur, India Abstract: Proniosomes are promising drug carriers and are more advantageous than the conventional niosomes and liposomes. Proniosomes is dry formulation non ionic surfactants coated carriers and can be converted into noisome immediately before use by hydration. Approaches to stabilize niosomal drug ... Read More »

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