Nano-silicon Drug Delivery Platform Market Exhibits Higher Growth Prospects during 2018-2026

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Safe and effective drug delivery is a major challenge against the pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. Companies formulate their drugs in various dosage forms such as capsules, powders, inhalers, liquid, drops, tablets, transdermal patches, depot injection, and gels to address the drug delivery challenges in different conditions. Moreover, advancement in research has enabled controlled and sustained release of drugs to decrease the dosage and provide long term effect of the drug. Furthermore, new technologies such as nanotechnology and antibody-drug conjugate are being introduced to minimize cost and increase bioavailability. In all, there is all-together a new wave of innovation in life science sector that delivers medicines at the targeted site in right dose.

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SiSafe Nano-silicon Drug Delivery Platform                                                                                

SiSaf’s new drug delivery technology called SiSafe is a patented elemental nano-silicon porous structure with a massive surface area. A higher surface area provides high drug-loading capacity and thus significant increase in bioavailability of even the most hydrophobic compounds. So, a less soluble drug that needs to be injected directly in the bloodstream can have enhanced solubility through SiSafe nano-silicon platform. Molecules are incorporated within the nanopores, thus stabilizing the instable molecules and increasing the bioavailability of the drug. SiSafe is a biodegradable technology which enables customizing the rate of onset and release by altering the physical factors of the carriers such as linkage method, porosity, particle size, and pore width.

Potential Applications

SiSafe will be of significant use to pharmaceutical, animal health, biotech and cosmeceutical companies to formulate and package drugs that are difficult to formulate otherwise. Companies finding better solutions for their existing drugs can incorporate this technology to improve their product quality. Also, new drugs used for chronic diseases can be delivered at a low dose to the target sites with the nano-silicon drug delivery platform.

This new nanotechnology-based drug delivery platform offers competitive advantages such as improved safety, efficacy, controlled release and desired time of onset of drug release. After years of research and development, and extensive capital investment, SiSafe nano-silicon drug delivery platform is ready for commercialization. SiSaf is looking to partner with drug developers who desire to improve their formulation with controlled releases and lower doses. SiSaf received a funding of USD 4.9 million from Singapore’s Vickers Venture Partners and Exen Capital recently in November 2016. This partnership is anticipated to be of great aid for SiSaf to reach more markets globally.

Nano-silicon Drug Delivery Platform to enable Low Cost Drug Delivery

Research for the use of nano-silicon particles in targeted tumor therapy is under progress. The study being conducted by various organizations globally including Tel Aviv University, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology in collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Harvard Medical School are of the opinion that nano-silicon particles could deliver drugs over a long period of time, may be for weeks or even months. Such advancement in drug delivery technologies will revolutionize the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical drug industry by offering targeted drug therapies at a low cost.

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