INTERPENETRATING POLYMER NETWORK IN DRUG DELIVERY FORMULATIONS: REVISITED
Interpenetrating polymer network has gained a lot of interest in drug delivery system due to its ease of modification during its synthesis and development state, which evolved novel physicochemical and mechanical properties within the formulation. In this work, a detailed revision was done which includes its methods of preparations, factors that influence their properties, basic characterization parameters, and use in drug delivery systems along with patented formulations.
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