In many types of cancer, we are yet to find a satisfactory medicine or carrier of medicine as in case of drug delivery to be used as a satisfactory chemotherapeutic agent.The drug delivery systems are mainly developed according to their ability to differentiate between malignant and non-malignant cells, making them a promising alternative to existing drugs.This type of targeting efficiency of AuNPs can be accomplished in future therapies using peptide conjugation, which directly targets tumor cells without affecting normal cells.Thus, a study of the exact drug delivery mechanism by which AuNPs inhibit signaling cascades responsible for the development and progression of the disease would be a tremendous breakthrough in the field of nanomedicine and make these agents an effective alternative in tumor and angiogenesisrelated diseases.(Manoj Singh, Manish Kumar, Manikandan S, Chandrasekaran N, Amitava Mukherjee and AK Kumaraguru, Drug Delivery System for Controlled Cancer Therapy Using Physico-Chemically Stabilized Bioconjugated Gold Nanoparticles Synthesized from Marine Macroalgae, PadinaGymnospora)
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