Nanocapsules: The Weapons for Novel Drug Delivery Systems

Pavankumar Kothamasu, Hemanth Kanumur, Niranjan Ravur, Chiranjeevi Maddu, Radhika Parasuramrajam & Sivakumar Thangavel
Introduction: Nanocapsules, existing in miniscule size, range from 10 nm to 1000 nm. They consist of a liquid/solid core in which the drug is placed into a cavity, which is surrounded by a distinctive polymer membrane made up of natural or synthetic polymers. They have attracted great interest, because of the protective coating, which are usually pyrophoric and easily oxidized and delay the release of active ingredients. Methods: Various technical approaches are utilized for obtaining...