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MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES: A NOVEL METHODS IN DRUG DELIEVERY: A REVIEW

Authors

  • Ganesh Waghule Student
  • Jaydeep Pawar Professor
  • Meghana Raykar Professor
  • Dr. Sunil Nirmal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8019332

Keywords:

Chemical properties, Physical properties,, Magnetic nanoparticles,, Diagnosis, and Treatment.

Abstract

In scientific applications, magnetic nanoparticles have proven their incredible potential. The improvement of specific medical activities of MNP has been advanced by technological advancements in the production and modification of nanoscale substances. The essential chemical and physical characteristics of MNP that are important for medical applications were included. MNP's physicochemical properties are mostly related to its pharmacokinetics and cell adsorption. extreme magnetic susceptibility, high coercivity, and non-toxicity. Superparamagnetic The expanding range of research publications on magnetic materials demonstrates increased interest within the scientific community at large. The synthesis of magnetic materials with desired size, shape, chemical composition, and surface chemistry used to undergo significant development. The coating helps magnetic materials achieve physical and chemical stability. The discoveries on the design and synthesis of magnetic materials intended for biological applications are summarized in the review article that is being presented. We highlight the use of magnetic materials in the separation and preconcentration of various chemicals and cells, as well as their applications in therapy and diagnosis..

Author Biographies

Ganesh Waghule, Student

HSBPVT’s, Group of institutions, Faculty of Pharmacy, Kashti, Tq-Shrigonda, Ahmednagar, Pin- 414701

Jaydeep Pawar, Professor

HSBPVT’s, Group of institutions, Faculty of Pharmacy, Kashti, Tq-Shrigonda, Ahmednagar, Pin- 414701.

Meghana Raykar, Professor

HSBPVT’s, Group of institutions, Faculty of Pharmacy, Kashti, Tq-Shrigonda, Ahmednagar, Pin- 414701.

Dr. Sunil Nirmal

HSBPVT’s, Group of institutions, Faculty of Pharmacy, Kashti, Tq-Shrigonda, Ahmednagar, Pin- 414701.

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02/16/2023

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Waghule G, Pawar J, Raykar M, Nirmal DS. MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES: A NOVEL METHODS IN DRUG DELIEVERY: A REVIEW. ijcrips [Internet]. 2023 Feb. 16 [cited 2024 Feb. 29];1(2):61-7. Available from: https://ijcrips.com/index.php/files/article/view/20