Biodegradable Microparticles for Drug Delivery
The technology is based on a suspension-encapsulation technique that is readily controllable using a unique non-organic approach and is thus a very attractive drug delivery method for several products currently in the market. This process uses inorganic materials(e.g., hydroxyapatite) that can be easily removed after encapsulation has been completed. The solidified micro-particles produced by this technology are devoid of contaminating micro-particles and can be recovered by centrifuge and filtration much more reproducibility.
Sector: Pharmaceuticals
Country: India
Area of Application: Medical industry.
Keywords: drug delivery,hydroxyapatite.
Advantages: It can be used for the encapsulation of LHRH (leutinizing hormone-releasing hormone) drugs such as euprolide acetate (Lupron) and goserelin acetate (Zoladex), as well as other drugs Simple to operate and reproducible. Method uses inexpensive materials and is easily scaled up. Can be used to encapsulate octapeptide drugs, such as octreotide acetate (somatostatin analogue) for treating acromegaly and and risperdone for treating schizophrenia. Method uses inexpensive materials and can be easily scaled up.
Environmental aspects: Not Applicable
Development Status: Laboratory Model
Legal Protection: Patent in Progress
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Transfer Terms: Technology Licensing
Target Countries: India
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Country: India
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