Journal of Current Research in Food Science
2020, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part A
Nanotechnology used in treatment of viral disorder
Author(s): Kamble Sharad K
Abstract: Infectious diseases are the leading cause of mortality universal, with viruses in particular making global effect on healthcare and socioeconomic development. In addition, the rapid development of drug conflict to currently available therapies and adverse side effects due to continued use is a serious public health concern. The development of unique treatment strategies is therefore required. The interaction of nanostructures with microorganisms is fast-revolutionizing the biomedical field by offering advantages in both diagnostic and therapeutic applications. Nanoparticles offer unique physical properties that have associated benefits for drug delivery. These are mainly due to the particle size, large surface area to volume, tunable surface charge of the particle with the possibility of encapsulation, and large drug payloads that can be accommodated. These properties, which are unlike bulk materials of the same compositions, make nanoparticulate drug delivery systems ideal nominees to explore in order to succeed and/or increase therapeutic effects. This review presents a broad overview of the application of nanosized materials for the treatment of common viral infections.
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Kamble Sharad K. Nanotechnology used in treatment of viral disorder. J Curr Res Food Sci 2020;1(2):40-46.