Malaysian-based Siogen Biotech is teaming up with India’s Veeda Clinical Research to develop a nanoparticle formulation of the anticancer drug doxorubicin. The new formulation will be based on Siogen’s Siosomes® encapsulation technology and Veeda will carry out Phase I/II trials of the drug. The firms believe Siosome encapsulation of doxorubicin will increase the drug’s efficacy by targeting delivery to the disease site and also decrease side effects by lowering the exposure of healthy tissues and cells.
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