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*Jadhav Pranay Sanjay


The novel durg delivery system plays very important role in the pathogenesis of the tuberculosis. Now a day’s recent advances in the understanding of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics behaiviour of the drug have offer a more rational approach to the development of novel drug delivery system. It has led to the placement of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis on the National Institute Of The Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) list of biodefence and emerging infectious disease threats agents. A deeper understanding of the process will assist in the identification of the host and myocardial efforts invoved and provide targets for therapeutics stratergies against tuberculosis. In this article presents a view on the pathogenesis of the tuberculosis and it’s diverse manifestation. The present review give information regarding various technique used for improving safety and health with the help of the novel drug delivery system. Tuberculosis is leading killer of the yong adults worldwide and global stratergies. There are an urgent need for new antimicrobial drugs, and in particular for novel agents that will shorten the duration of tuberculosis chemotherapy, or overwise drug resistant stains of the causative agents, mycobacterium tuberculosis.

Keywords: Tuberculosis, Noval drug delivery system, mycobacterium tuberculosis, therapy.

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