Role of nanostructure molecules in enhancing the bioavailability of oral drugs
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- Nanostructures for Novel Therapy Synthesis, Characterization and Applications, 2017, pp. 375 - 407
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Almost all living systems usually based on unique complex nanostructure to control the bimolecular interactions and biochemical reactions that play an important role in metabolism and reproduction. As to understand such relationships, we will be looking at specific nanosystems for focusing the basic structure of different classes of nanostructure molecules, their applications and the role of nanostructure molecules in the enhancement of the bioavailability of drugs. We will be discussing quantum field theory and resultant gluon and kaon involved in the synthesis of cyborg tissue. We are also looking at titanium as a potential candidate for oral medicine of metallic origin. Later on, we will be discussing nanoscience and nanotechnology emphasizingdifferent processes of electronically tunable nanostructures. In the end we will be emphasizing on the usage of metal-based nanomaterials for the bioavailability of the drugs. In this chapter, we will show recent experiments for different compounds, which are promising candidates for antiinflammatory, immunosuppressive, antifertility, anticytogenesis, and anticancer responses.
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