Emerging Trends of Probiotics in Formulation Development as a Biotherapeutics Agent


Affiliations

  • SSR College of Pharmacy, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, 396230, India
  • APMC College of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Himatnagar, 383001, India

Abstract

Every being wants to live a healthy life. The increase in the discovery and development of medicines is the provoking demand of mankind to meet with the increasing and spreading illness of the society. Pharmaceutical Sciences have proved its worth to meet with the emerging problems with thorough challenges.The concept of probiosis, prebiosis and symbiosis have been recently emerged and being implemented in pharmaceutics to develop, design and delivery of probiotic drugs which can be administered orally as other medicines with its efficient efficacy and least jeopardy.However with the undergoing trends of its designing and discovery, the emphasis has been focused on to its bimolecular mode of action. The present review work would also emphasize the pros and cons of the probiotic food supplements with the necessity for the invention of preceding probiotic drugs which would rapidly pounce, quell and substitute the use of probiotic foods. The idea of this probiotic drug designing will be salutary to the society and would also meet with the cost.

Keywords

Probiotics, Health Benefit, Formulation Development, Bio-Therapeutics agent.

Subject Discipline

Pharmacy and Pharmacology

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