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POTENTIAL OF TRANSFEROSOMES FOR IMPROVEMENT OF PERMEATION THROUGH SKIN: A REVIEW

Pranav Sanjay Jadhav* and Siddharth Sugandh Kamble

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The majority of molecules over 500 Da are impenetrable to skin. Therefore, prohibits transcutaneous non-invasive immunisation as well as the epicutaneous delivery of big molecular weight drugs. The terms "transfersome" are a combination of two, Both "Transferred" and "Soma" are borrowings from the Latin words for "to carry across" and "body," respectively. The lipid bilayer's structure is made elastic by incorporating an edge activator. Vesicular transferosomes are far more elastic than traditional liposomes by tens of thousands of times, which makes them perfect for skin penetration. Water-based solutions, transerosomes are created when phosphotidyl choline self-assembles into a lipid bilayer. It closes to form a vesicle in its immediate surroundings. Transferosomes have a flexible membrane. The correct surface-active components are combined in the proper ratios to achieve this. The best method for non-invasive therapeutic delivery is transferosome technology. Molecule across open biological barriers Transfersomes are applied to the skin in a non-occluded way, and it has been shown that they can pass through the stratum corneum's lipid lamellar sections when there is moisture or osmotic pressure in the skin. Numerous little medications have been transported via them. Studies of substances, peptides, proteins, and vaccines in vitro and in vivo. The methods used to create transferosomes include Reveres-phase evaporation, rotary film evaporation, and other procedures like sonication, vortexing, ethanol injection, and the freeze-thaw process.

Keywords: Transferosome, Stratum corneum, Edge activator, Phosphotidyle choline.


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