FROM THE EDITORIAL DESK
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ASIO Journal of Drug Delivery is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical studies related to all aspects of drug delivery. The ASIO Journal of Drug Delivery is an international journal devoted to publish the recent advances on drug delivery and pharmaceutical technology. The journal covers all innovative aspects of all pharmaceutical dosage forms and the most advanced research on controlled release, bioavailability and drug absorption, nanomedicines, gene delivery, tissue engineering, etc. Hot topics, related to manufacturing processes and quality control, are also welcomed.
The aim of the Journal is to provide a forum for the critical analysis of advanced drug, protein, peptide and gene delivery systems and their applications in human and veterinary medicine. The Journal has a broad scope, covering the key issues for effective drug and gene delivery, from administration to site-specific delivery. In general, the Journal publishes review articles in a Theme Issue format. Each Theme Issue provides a comprehensive and critical examination of current and emerging research on the design and development of advanced drug and gene delivery systems and their application to experimental, pharmaceutical and clinical therapeutics. The goal is to illustrate the pivotal role of a multidisciplinary approach to modern drug delivery, encompassing the application of sound biological and physicochemical principles to the engineering of drug delivery systems to meet the therapeutic need at hand.
Articles review the current status of a specific topic, giving equal emphasis to the identification of major conceptual and technological challenges to successful drug peptide and gene delivery, to an evaluation of triumphs as well as shortcomings in current conceptual and technical approaches, and to a discussion of their possible solution.
Topics covered include:
Conventional DDS (Tablets, Capsules, Solutions, Emulsions, Suspensions, Creams,Ointments etc)
Advanced Drug DeliverySystem
Novel Drug delivery systems
Nano Particulate systenm
Vesicles and macromolecular conjugates
Fast dissolving DDS