Role of Lipid Excipients in Modifying Oral and Parenteral Drug Delivery: Basic Principles and Biological Examples
DescriptionThis comprehensive resource covers the fundamentals, formulation, and biopharmaceutical issues of lipid-based drug delivery. It presents the principles of lipid absorption and covers formulation issues, such as dissolution testing and stability testing, and physiological and biopharmaceutical issues, including the role of specific enzymes, the evaluation of transport systems in the body, and the mechanisms governing the transport of water-insoluble drugs.
Preface. Contributors. Chapter 1. Interaction of Drug Transporters with Excipients (K. Sandy Pang, Lichuan Liu, and Huadong Sun). Chapter 2. Formulation Issues around Lipid-Based Oral and Parenteral Delivery Systems (Seong Hoon Jeong,
Jae Hyung Park and ). Chapter 3. Lipid-Based Parenteral Drug Delivery Systems: Biological Implications (Vladimir P. Torchilin). Chapter 4. Principles in the Development of Intravenous Lipid Emulsions (Joanna Rossi and Jean-Christophe Leroux). Chapter 5. Protein adsorption patterns on parenteral lipid formulations-key factor determining the in vivo fate (Rainer H. Muller and Torsten M. Goppert). Chapter 6. Nanoparticle targeting for drug delivery across the blood brain barrier (James Egbert, Werner Geldenhuys, Fancy Thomas, Paul R. Lockman, Russell J. Mumper and David D. Allen). Chapter 7. Lipid-Coated Perfluorocarbon Nanostructures as Parenteral Therapeutic Agents (Evan C. Unger, Terry O. Matsunaga and Reena Zutshi). Index. Kinam Park