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And U. S. Sharma (1997). Liposomes in drug delivery: Progress and limitations. Int J Pharm 154(2), 123–140. Shin, C. , B. Kwak, B. Han and K. Park (2013). Development of an in vitro 3D tumor model to study therapeutic efficiency of an anti-cancer drug. Mol Pharm 10(6), 2167–2175. , J. M. Alvarez and S. H. Yalkowsky (2001). Solubilization of rapamycin. Int J Pharm 213(1–2), 25–29. Singh, R. and J. W. Lillard Jr (2009). Nanoparticle-based targeted drug delivery. Exp Mol Pathol 86(3), 215–223. Singla, A.

2012). , 2006). , 2011). , 2012). Familial cancer syndromes resulting from defective suppressor gene function are typically autosomal. If the cancer has an autosomal dominant inheritance characteristic, a defective gene from one parent can override the normal gene from the other parent. Thus, when one parent has a dominant defective gene, offspring will have a 50% incidence of gene inheritance. With recessive genetic defects, suppressed function of the non-mutated gene would be required to allow the defective gene to be expressed.

And Whitelaw, E. (2008) ‘Transgenerational genetic inheritance in health and disease’, Curr Opin Genet Develop, 18, 273–279. © Woodhead Publishing Limited, 2013 3 Targeted drug delivery for cancer therapy D. L. STIRLAND, J. W. NICHOLS, T. A. DENISON and Y. H. 31 Abstract: With a long history and long list of researchers investing their efforts, there have been a plethora of targeted drug delivery designs for treating cancer. Our understanding of cancer is becoming more comprehensive and the strategies for therapy are increasing in sophistication.

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