Transparency Market Research Report Added "Nanocapsules Market" to its database.
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/08/2015 -- Nanocapsules are drug delivery agents within the size range of 10nm to 1000 nm that are normally composed of a capsule shell and a hollow space in which desired substance or drug molecules are embedded. The ultrafine size of nanocapsules match the biological composition of human body such as RBCs which permits enhanced permeation and retention (EPR) through narrow channels during diffusion. Due to this EPR effect, nanocapsules are used as drug carriers. Nanocapsules can be formulation using various methods such as loading of drug molecules into hollow polyelectrolyte shell and another method being electrostatic layer by layer (LbL) technique. These latest LbL self-assembled polyelectrolyte capsules provide an efficient way to perform multiple drug delivery tasks simultaneously. Some nanocapsules are used for targeted drug delivery in anti-tumor and anti-tuberculosis therapies wherein the outer sphere of nanocapsules is fabricated by the lithography technique. Lipid nanocapsules (DNA LNCs) and multimodular systems (DNA MMS) are used in gene therapy.
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Global investment in nanotechnology research has witnessed a six fold increase during the last decade. Consequently, nanotechnology will completely revolutionize the industrial processes in the near future due to its remarkable economic potential. Some of the key drivers for the market growth include investments and breakthroughs in biomedical, pharmaceutical, electronics, molecular and diagnostic fields. Besides, these nanocapsules are being increasingly used in agrochemicals, environment and wastewater treatments, genetic engineering, consumer goods and cosmetic procedures. Some of the most advanced future applications would be nanocapsule dressings to deliver antibiotics aiding faster wound healing without invasion to the skin. These nanocapsule bandages would be consistently demanded by defence and protection forces as they need not be changed periodically. According to the experts, electronics and magnetic sector will be the largest potential market for nanocapsules, followed by biopharmaceutical industry, catalysis, energy and engineering. However, growth in the nanocapsules market will also pose new challenges with respect to the toxicity and environmental impact of nanocapsules. Recently efforts have been made to overcome these drawbacks by developing eco-friendly versatile nanocapsules. For instance, nanocapsules introduced by the Center for Self-assembly and Complexity, Institute for Basic Science (IBS). Other factors such as cost escalation and consequences on the global economy especially in cases of under-developed economies with poor R&D investment would exhibit low social and ethical acceptance of nanocapsules.
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Funding for nanotechnology is soaring worldwide at a competitive level, with each major economic power and many developed economies making a substantial investment to revamp their industrial and postindustrial supply chains. Technological inventions and discoveries in nanotechnology would cause tremendous growth in the global nanocapsule market. Due to a variety of potential applications, nanotechnology is expected to become the key technology in the near future. U.S. has invested around USD 3.7 billion through its National Nanotechnology Initiative for research activities. The European Union had spent approximately USD 1.2 billion and Japan USD 750 million by 2012. Moreover, there is a steady demand for medically advanced procedures in developed as well as developing regions having a well-established healthcare infrastructure. In the Asia Pacific region, the demand for nanocapsules is projected to rise owing to the high disease burden of tuberculosis and cancer. Some of the key factors that are likely to contribute toward the market growth are growing awareness about genetic counselling, genetic disorders, high prevalence of tuberculosis and multi-drug resistant tuberculosis, increasing trend in cancer and tumor ailments and surging demand for oncological treatments.
Presently, nanocapsules are under different stages of clinical trial phases facing several hurdles to gain market entry. However, few commercially available nanocapsules which are now commercially used as several pigments in sunscreen, scratch resistance coatings, catalysts, and biomarkers. Some of the key market players for these commercially available nanocapsules are Abraxis, Artificial Cell Technologies, Inc., BioDelivery Sciences International, Inc., Biophan Technologies, Inc., Cornerstone Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Genetic Immunity, Inc., Keystone Nano, Inc., Makefield Therapeutics, Inc., Nanospectra Biosciences, Inc., and Mersana Therapeutics, Inc.
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