A BRIEF STATEMENT: DEVELOPMENTS IN NANOCARRIER DELIVERY SYSTEMS USING GRAPHENEAbstract
One of the most important difficulties in contemporary medical biology is the creation of a cutting-edge, effective drug delivery system with a considerable improvement in its efficacy and increased therapeutic value. The advancement and development of innovative drug-delivery nanocarrier systems with accuracy and reduced side effects have been made possible by merging nanomaterial science with molecular and cellular biology. Over the past few years, the design and manufacture of nanocarriers using graphene oxide (GO) have grown quickly. Because of its amazing physicochemical features, GO has been widely exploited in efforts to create nanocarriers with high specificity, selectivity, biocompatibility, and minimal cytotoxicity. This review focuses on recent applications, synthesis, of GO-based nanocarriers, and advancements in enceinte drug delivery systems. Following a brief explanation of the principles and difficulties surrounding nanocarrier systems, we offer important illustrations of the transport of drugs and genes using GO. The assessment concludes with a few succinct observations on what is known currently and what the future may hold for nanocarrier delivery technologies.