Volume 15

April-June 2023

Electrosomes as Novel Nanocarrier

Raktimava Das Sarkar, Aritra Ghosh, Aryama Bose, Subhrajit Sarkar

Electrosomes are a type of vesicle that hold promise as a drug delivery system due to their unique properties. Electrosomes can encapsulate a wide range of therapeutic agents, including small molecules, proteins, peptides, and nucleic acids. They can also release drugs in a controlled manner, either by diffusion or in response to an external stimulus such as heat or light. In addition, electrosomes can be administered non-invasively and have the potential to improve drug stability, bioavailability, and cost-effectiveness. Despite these advantages, there are also potential disadvantages to consider, including complexity in production, limited scalability, stability concerns, and ethical considerations. Ongoing research is exploring ways to overcome these limitations and improve the effectiveness and safety of electrosomes as a drug delivery system. Electrosomes represent an exciting area of study for pharmaceutical researchers and scientists, with the potential to address many of the challenges of traditional drug delivery systems. Further research is needed to fully understand the potential of electrosomes and their limitations, but their versatility and controlled release capabilities make them a promising platform for drug delivery and other biomedical applications.

Keywords: Electrosomes, Nanovesicles, Drug Delivery, Pharmaceutical, Novel Drug Therapy.