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A NARRATIVE REVIEW ON TRANSFERSOMES: VESICULAR TRANSDERMAL DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR ENHANCED DRUG PERMEATION

2021 ◽
Vol 12(2)
pp. 1-4
Author(s):
Syeda Jabeen Unnisa
Swarupa Arvapalli
B Karunakar
PS Rishika Reddy
A Vaishnavi
J V C Sharma

Transdermal administration of drug is generally limited by the barrier function of the skin vascular system are one of the most controversial method for transdermal delivery of active substance. transdermal drug delivery system is designed to deliver biological active agents through the skin, principally by diffusion for local internal if not systemic effects. The transdermal delivery system was relaunched after the discovery of elastic vesicles like transfersome, ethosome, cubosome, phytosome etc. Transfersomes are a form of elastic or deformable vesicle, which were introduced in the early 1990s. Elasticity is generated by incorporation of edge activator in lipid bilayer structure. Drug absorbed and distributed into organs and tissue and eliminated from the body it must pass through one or more biological membranes at various locations such movement of drug across the membrane is called as drug transport for the drug delivery to cross the body it should pass through the membrane barrier. This concept of drug delivery system was designed in attempt to concentrate the amount of drug in the remaining drug; therefore, the phospholipid-based carrier system is of considerable interest in the era.

1996 ◽
Vol 137(1)
pp. 75-84
Author(s):
Naoko Inoue
Daisuke Kobayashi
Masayuki Kimura
Machiji Toyama
Isamu Sugawara
Shinji Itoyama
Masahiko Ogihara
Kenji Sugibayashi
Yasunori Morimoto

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