Study of the Structure and Properties of Nanoparticles Cynara scolymus L. Encapsulated With Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose Polysaccharide release_2jpqteswd5gedlzuphzotm2izq

by Muborak A. Tulyasheva, Sobitjan Y. Inagamov, Gafur I. Mukhamedov

Published in International Journal of Applied Nanotechnology Research by IGI Global.

2021   p1-10


In recent years, the interests of researchers are increased towards nanodrugs based on nanoparticles. The main direction of this work was to study the physicochemical, structural properties and stability of encapsulated nanoparticles, with the components from medicinal plants. Nanoparticles were obtained from the extract of the medicinal plant Сynara scolymus L. using a metal salt. Initial experimental data have shown that the originally obtained nanoparticles were not stable. Therefore, the nanoparticles were then stabilized with added sodium carboxymethylcellulose polysaccharide. It was found that new nanoencasulated nanoparticles with compounds from medicinal plants are very stable and can be a source of effective nanodrugs based on them.
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