[Poster] Impact of Lipid Composition on Liposome Stability & Cannabinoid Drug Encapsulation Efficiency
Recent literature increasingly supports the therapeutic use of cannabinoids. They have been shown to be beneficial in the treatment of chronic pain, nausea and seizures. Lipid nanoparticles offer an effective alternative to improve pharmacokinetic and biodistribution profiles of drug payloads.
[Abstract] Impact of Lipid Composition on Liposome Stability & Cannabinoid Drug Encapsulation Efficiency
Cannabinoids have been shown to be beneficial in the treatment of various diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis. However, such benefits are hindered by their poor aqueous solubility, limiting bioavailability. Lipid nanoparticles offer an effective alternative.
Lipid nanoparticles have a wide range of applications in various industries. Review the poster to learn more about how nanoparticles are used in antibiotic delivery, diagnostics, cosmetics and more.
Too often, there are misunderstandings and questioning of results across studies simply because terms are not being used in the same manner to describe the same process. Here are definitions of commonly used terms used to describe NP types and applications.
For drug delivery, there are different types of biocompatible polymers used in the pharmaceutical industry to make NPs. Finding the balance between hydrophilic and hydrophobic is key to accomplish an efficient therapeutic polymer NP carrier.
Nanoemulsion technology is the future of cannabis formulations. Using a variety of techniques, each with their own advantages, allows for the creation of products not seen on the market today. Here are the three primary motivations for using nano formulations.
There are more than 100 cannabinoids that have been isolated from cannabis. CBD, THC and CBN are the most frequently studied species. Here, we report microfluidic assembly of THC- and CBD-loaded liposomes using the NanoAssemblr Benchtop instrument.
Monitoring the cannabinoid composition of the extracts and purity of the isolated compounds is important to ensure the potency of prepared formulations as well as proper sample handling in the laboratory.
Because of their submicroscopic size, nanoparticles have unique material characteristics, and manufactured nanoparticles may find practical applications in a variety of areas.
Cannabinoids have a very low solubility in water. They can, however, be formulated to be water compatible and appear water soluble. One type of such a formulation is nanoemulsion.