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Liposomal delivery of natural product: A promising approach in health research

Background Natural products can exert promising nutritional and medicinal value, and traditionally used in pursuit of health and well-being. Despite having a potential therapeutic effect, natural compounds tend to show limited biological activity due to their environmental-instability, poor solubili... Full description

Journal Title: Trends in Food Science & Technology Mar 2019, Vol.85, p.177
Main Author: Islam Shishir, Mohammad
Other Authors: Karim, Naymul , Gowd, Vemana , Zheng, Xiaodong , Chen, Wei
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  • Toxicity
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  • Cholesterol
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  • Biological Activity
  • Toxicity
  • Cholesterol
  • Biological Activity
  • In Vivo Methods and Tests
  • Toxicity
  • Cancer
  • Bioavailability
  • Bioavailability
  • Microorganisms
  • Oxidative Stress
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description: Background Natural products can exert promising nutritional and medicinal value, and traditionally used in pursuit of health and well-being. Despite having a potential therapeutic effect, natural compounds tend to show limited biological activity due to their environmental-instability, poor solubility, gastric-degradation, uncontrolled-release, poor bioavailability, and unspecific delivery. Therefore, liposomal delivery of natural compounds has been considered as a potential tool to overcome the limitations associated with delivery in in vivo. Scope and approach Liposomes are attractive and effective nano-carriers for the delivery of natural compounds and pharmaceuticals, which can enhance their bioavailability and therapeutic effect. In this review, we critically discussed the fundamentals and generation-wise chronological liposomal improvements, affecting factors associated with the formation of liposome, and mechanism of cellular internalization. Besides, we discussed the efficiency...
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abstractBackground Natural products can exert promising nutritional and medicinal value, and traditionally used in pursuit of health and well-being. Despite having a potential therapeutic effect, natural compounds tend to show limited biological activity due to their environmental-instability, poor solubility, gastric-degradation, uncontrolled-release, poor bioavailability, and unspecific delivery. Therefore, liposomal delivery of natural compounds has been considered as a potential tool to overcome the limitations associated with delivery in in vivo. Scope and approach Liposomes are attractive and effective nano-carriers for the delivery of natural compounds and pharmaceuticals, which can enhance their bioavailability and therapeutic effect. In this review, we critically discussed the fundamentals and generation-wise chronological liposomal improvements, affecting factors associated with the formation of liposome, and mechanism of cellular internalization. Besides, we discussed the efficiency...
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