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The word “nano” is derived from the Greek word “nânos” meaning dwarf [ 1 ]. The prefix “nano-” has had ever-increasing applications to the spectrum of knowledge [ 2 ]. Nanoscale particles are composed of natural, synthetic or semisynthetic materials such as proteins, metals, and plant secondary metabolites. Nanospheres are nanometric solid-core spherical particulates often containing a drug embedded within the sphere or absorbed onto its surface [ 3 ]. Engineered nanoparticles are intentionally designed and have been created with physical properties tailored to

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