Natural Polymers for Pharmaceutical Applications, 3-volume set

Volume 1: Plant-Derived Polymers, Volume 2: Marine- and Microbiologically Derived Polymers, and Volume 3: Animal-Derived Polymers

Amit Kumar Nayak (Redaktør) ; Md Saquib Hasnain (Redaktør) ; Dilipkumar Pal (Redaktør)

Polymers of natural origins have been explored for their variety of uses and applications in pharmaceuticals, medical diagnostic aids, and materials science. In nature, a huge quantity of natural polymers is obtained from different sources such as plants, animals, and also from marine environments. Les mer
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Polymers of natural origins have been explored for their variety of uses and applications in pharmaceuticals, medical diagnostic aids, and materials science. In nature, a huge quantity of natural polymers is obtained from different sources such as plants, animals, and also from marine environments. These are abundantly present in nature and are considered excellent excipients because of their nontoxic, stable, and biodegradable properties.


Natural Polymers for Pharmaceutical Applications (3-volume set) discusses the research innovations that have been made on applications of natural polymers in drug delivery and biomedicines. Volume 1 focuses on plant-derived polymers, while volume 2 covers marine- and microbiologically derived polymers. Volume 3 looks at polymers derived from animal sources.


These three volumes provide a thorough exploration into natural polymers chemistry, including collection, chemical modifications, characterizations, and applications of natural polymers for drug delivery and other pharmaceutical applications.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Volume 1: Plant-Derived Polymers


1. Pharmaceutical Applications of Tamarind Gum


Amit Kumar Nayak et al.


2. Pharmaceutical Applications of Gum Arabic


Jian Guan and Shirui Mao


3. Recent Advances in Pharmaceutical Applications of Natural Carbohydrate Polymer Gum Tragacanth


Madhusmita Dhupal et al.


4. Application Potential of Pectin in Drug Delivery


Pritish Kumar Panda et al.


5. Guar Gum and Its Derivatives: Pharmaceutical Applications


D. Sathya Seeli and M. Prabaharan


6. Pharmaceutical Applications of Locust Bean Gum


Md Saquib Hasnain et al.


7. Pharmaceutical Applications of Sterculia Gum


Md. Nurus Sakib et al.


8. Pharmaceutical Applications of Okra Gum


Shanta Biswas et al.


9. Pharmaceutical Applications of Fenugreek Seed Gum


Dilipkumar Pal et al.


Volume 2: Marine- and Microbiologically Derived Polymers


1. Marine-Derived Polysaccharides: Pharmaceutical Applications


Dilipkumar Pal et al.


2. Pharmaceutical Applications of Alginates


Amit Kumar Nayak et al.


3. Pharmaceutical Applications of Agar-Agar


Md. Shahruzzaman et al.


4. Pharmaceutical Applications of Gellan Gum


Shakti Nagpal et al.


5. Pharmaceutical Applications of Carrageenan


A Papagiannopoulos and S. Pispas


6. Pharmaceutical Application of Chitosan Derivatives


Fiona Concy Rodrigues, Krizma Singh, and Goutam Thakur


7. Pharmaceutical Applications of Xanthan Gum


Subham Banerjee and Santanu Kaity





Volume 3: Animal-Derived Polymers


1. Hyaluronic Acid (Hyaluronan): Pharmaceutical Applications


Amit Kumar Nayak et al.


2. Pharmaceutical Applications of Albumin


Suvadra Das and Partha Roy


3. Pharmaceutical Applications of Collagen


K. Sangeetha et al.


4. Pharmaceutical Applications of Gelatin


Gautam Singhvi et al.


5. Pharmaceutical Applications of Chondroitin


Dilipkumar Pal et al.


6. Biodegradability and Biocompatibility of Natural Polymers


Abul K. Mallik et al.

Om forfatteren

Amit Kumar Nayak, PhD, is currently an Associate Professor at the Seemanta Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Odisha, India.


Md Saquib Hasnain, PhD, is a member of several scientific societies, including the Royal Society of Chemistry, Great Britain; International Association of Environmental and Analytical Chemistry, Switzerland; and Swiss Chemical Society, Switzerland.


Dilipkumar Pal, PhD, MPharm, Chartered Chemist, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Guru Ghasidash Vishwavidyalaya (A Central University), Koni, Bilaspur, C.G., India.