Nanocrystals for the parenteral delivery of poorly water-soluble drugs
- Nanocrystals for the parenteral delivery of poorly water-soluble drugs
- Bo Sun; 여윤
- Nanocrystals; Nanosuspension; Parenteral applications; Poorly water-soluble drugs
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- Current opinion in solid state & materials science
- VOL 16, NO 6, 295-301
- Nanocrystals have drawn increasing interest in pharmaceutical industry because of the ability to improve dissolution of poorly water-soluble drugs. Nanocrystals can be produced by top-down and bottom-up technologies and have been explored for a variety of therapeutic applications. Here we review the methods of nanocrystal production and parenteral applications of nanocrystals. We also discuss remaining challenges in the development of nanocrystal products.
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