Chemically Nano-engineered Theranostics for Phytoconstituents as Healthcare Application

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Author(s): Sadaf Jamal Gilani, Sayed Sarim Imam, Sarwer Beg, Chandarkala, Mohammed Shivli Nomani, Debarshi Kar Mahapatra, Mohamad Taleuzzaman*.

Journal Name: Current Biochemical Engineering

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BACKGROUND: The nanomedicines are capable of the diagnosis, drug delivery and monitoring of therapeutic result is anticipated to provide appropriate task research towards that goal. The best therapeutic pattern can be achieved by developing a theranostics nanomedicine which is an emerging field. Nanotechnology platforms have the advantage of the high capacity ship of the phytoconstituents and loads onto them both imaging and therapeutic function.

METHODS: An herbal constituent developed by designing novel drug delivery systems (NDDSs), this idea is done by a novel approach of nanotechnology, nano-sized drug delivery systems. Such new technique increases the activity and counters the puzzles associated with plant medicines. In the traditional medicine integration of the nano-carriers as an NDDS is very essential to clash for more chronic diseases such as asthma, diabetes, cancer, and others.

RESULTS: The nanotechnology combination with plant science is a green revolution with a practical approach for decreasing the implementation and production of the toxic chemical that destroys the living organism. The object of the study is to design future herbal medicine with enhanced bioavailability profile and less toxicity.

CONCLUSION: Phytoconstituents use a nanoparticle is very specific for the treatment of various diseases and this new technology is rapidly expanding and potentially beneficial field with tremendous implication for the industry, medicine, and cosmetics. To achieve an optimum bioavailability profile and less toxicity of the drugs need to develop a medicine by the hybrid of nanotechnology with traditional herbal medicine which a very useful tool in designing future herbal medicine

Keywords: Nanomedicine, Phytoconstituents, NDDSs, Bioavailability, Theranostics.

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DOI: 10.2174/2212711906666190723144111

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