NSU Research Contributions
Title : Development and Optimization of Epigallocatechin-3-Gallate (EGCG) Nano Phytosome Using Design of Experiment (DoE) and Their In Vivo Anti-Inflammatory Studies
Authors : Mohammad H Shariare, Kazi Afnan, Faria Iqbal, Mohammad A Altamimi, Syed Rizwan Ahamad, Mohammed S Aldughaim, Fars K Alanazi, Mohsin Kazi
Abstract : Inflammation is responsible for the development of many diseases that make up a significant cause of death. The purpose of the study was to develop a novel nanophytosomal preparation of epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) and egg phospholipid complex that has a lower particle size with higher drug loading capability, physical stability and anti-inflammatory activities. The impact of different factors and material characteristics on the average particle size was studied along with the drug loading of phytosome using design of experiment (DoE). The in vivo anti-inflammatory study was evaluated using a rat model to investigate the performance of EGCG nanophytosome. UHPLC results showed that 500 µg of EGCG were present in 1 mL of green tea extract. SEM data exhibited that phytosome (phospholipid-drug complex) was in the nanosize range, which was further evident from TEM data. Malvern Zetasizer data showed that the average particle size of the EGCG nanophytosome was in the range of 100-250 nm. High drug loading (up to 90%) was achieved with optimum addition rate, stirring temperature and phospholipid concentration. Stability study data suggest that no significant changes were observed in average particle size and drug loading of nanophytome. The in vivo anti-inflammatory study indicated a significant anti-inflammatory activity of green tea extract, pure EGCG and its phytosomal preparations (p ? 0.001) against acute paw edema.
|Journal : Molecules||Volume : 25||Year : 2020||Issue : 22|
|Pages : 5253||City :||Edition :||Editors :|
|Publisher :||ISBN :||Book :||Chapter :|
|Proceeding Title :||Institution :||Issuer :||Number :|