Olanzapine mesoporus non structured lipid carrier: Charecterarization and physiologically based pharmacokinetic modelling

Protein fibrillation is referred to the formation of nu- merous linear agglomerates of protein formed often due to misfolding into insoluble fibrils, known as amyloid- ic proteins. Pathogenic amyloids forms fibrous deposits as plaques around cells which can disrupt the healthy functioning of tissues and organs. It is associated with a plethora of diseases such as diabetes mellitus, Alzheimers disease, Parkinsons’ disease, neurodegenerative disorders of any kind and many others.

Author(s): Souvik Basak

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