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UFASOMES: FROM PRESENT ERA DRUG DELIVERY INNOVATIONS TO FUTURISTIC APPLICATIONS
One or more concentric bilayers made up of amphiphilic molecules cover an aqueous compartment in a vesicular drug delivery device. Because of their capacity to localize drug activity at the location or organ of operation, they are an effective distribution mechanism for targeted drug delivery. The drug activity is sustained at a fixed pace by the vesicular drug delivery mechanism. As a result, the opioid frequency in the body is maintained while the negative side effects are minimized. Unsaturated fatty acid vesicles are known as ufasomes. They are suspensions of closed lipid bilayers made up of fatty acids and their ionized species (soap) that are holding in a pH range of 7 to 9. Fatty acid vesicles are typically prepared using the lipid film hydration process. The most important fatty acid used as a major component in the preparation of ufasomes is oleic acid. The benefits, drawbacks, potential development, and classification of ufasomes are all discussed in this paper.[Full Text Article]