Patel, S.M., Rathod, D.R., Patel, K.N., Patel, B.A., Patel, P.A.
Niosomes are a novel drug delivery system, in which the medication is encapsulated in a vesicle. The vesicle is composed of a bilayer of non-ionic surface active agents and hence the name given as “Niosomes”. The niosomes are very small ranging usually in micron size. Their size lies in the nanometric scale. Although structurally similar to liposomes, they offer several advantages over them. Niosomes have recently been shown to greatly increase transdermal drug delivery and also can be used in targeted drug delivery, and thus increased study in these structures can provide new methods for drug delivery.
Niosome, Methotrexate, Cholesterol, Dicetyl phosphate, Maltodextrin, Doxorubucin, Indomethacin, Diclofenac sodium
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Patel, S.M., Rathod, D.R., Patel, K.N., Patel, B.A., Patel, P.A. (2012). Niosome as an Effective Drug Delivery: A Review, International Journal for Pharmaceutical Research Scholars (IJPRS), 1(2), 45-53.