In the realm of pharmaceuticals and medicine, nanotechnology is regarded as a recent and quickly developing area. As drug delivery methods, nanoparticles offer a number of benefits in terms of increased efficacy and fewer negative drug reactions. The primary variables influencing nanoparticles' physical stability and biological performance of the incorporated drug are particle size, surface charge, surface hydrophobicity, and drug release. Numerous nanodrugs have been used in clinical practise for a variety of reasons and for both therapeutic and diagnostic purposes. Nanoparticles are used to treat renal conditions, tuberculosis, skin problems, Alzheimer's disease, various cancers, and to make COVID-19 vaccines.
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