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Pharmacokinetic challenges in drug discovery

Pharmacokinetic challenges in drug discovery

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Published by Springer in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pharmacokinetics -- Congresses.,
  • Drugs -- Metabolism -- Congresses.,
  • Pharmaceutical Preparations -- metabolism -- Congresses.,
  • Pharmacokinetics -- Congresses.,
  • Drug development -- Congresses.,
  • Drug Design -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementO. Pelkonen, A. Baumann, A. Reichel, editors.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesErnst Schering Research Foundation workshop -- 37
    ContributionsPelkonen, R. O., Reichel, A. 1963-, Baumann, A. 1954-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRM301.5 .P463 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 301 p. :
    Number of Pages301
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22469247M
    ISBN 103540425853

    In the US, two main acts have complemented each other ruling the evaluation of drugs in infants and children and increasing the paediatric clinical studies and drug labelling for children: the PREA of [ 8 ] and the BPCA of [ 9 ], both amended in the FDAAA of [ 10 ]. J Glycobiol. In line with this goal, TEDDY set up the European Paediatric Medicines Database as a pan-European source of information that includes data on paediatric medicines authorised by EMA collected by several sources national authorities, regulatory bodies and pharmaceutical companies. Pharm Anal Acta.

    Structure-activity relationship and optimization of the phenyl alkyl ether moiety. Epilepsy in children is associated with a wide range of congenital or hereditary diseases, while in adults, it is associated mainly with strokes and brain tumours [ 14 ]. Criteria for selecting optimized candidates are listed below: Acceptable in vivo PK and toxicity Feasible formulation In vivo preclinical efficacy properly powered Dose Range Finding DRF pilot toxicology Process chemistry assessment of scale up feasibility Regulatory and marketing assessments The advancement criteria supporting decision point 6 can be completed in approximately months. The difficulties described above, in testing appropriate drugs in children, have brought to an increased use of off-label drugs with high risks for adverse safety events and efficacy failures and to a general knowledge gap in paediatric research [ 1 ].

    Once a day is great, but once every other day would be horrible, because people lose track or forget. Despite this, the off-label drug administration is still common in the paediatric population and children have been considered for year as the therapeutic orphans due to the recognised lack of medicines specifically targeted for them. High-Throughput Screen HTS — A large-scale automated experiment in which large libraries collections of compounds are tested for activity against a biological target or pathway. In addition to the need of developing cellular and animal models more suitable to study paediatric diseases and the instruments to work with immature animals, all the new emergent technologies should be timely applied to the paediatric drug discovery in order to speed up the pharmacological research, including pluripotent stem cell, 3D cell cultures, target validation, patient-derived cell assays, micro-fluidics, high-throughput cell image analysis, non-invasive drug delivery systems and devices to measure drug safety or efficacy non-invasively.


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Pharmacokinetic challenges in drug discovery book

Sparse sampling uses a lower number of samples per patient compared with traditional PK sampling methods. Disease modelling as a predictive tool. It has to be underlined that this definition, although useful to unify the system of rules and law in this field, does not always reflect the maturity of the child, which is something that is generally recognised as crucial aspect to be taken into account during the conduct of paediatric clinical trials [ 5 ].

Zhao Y. These advancements will allow a better understanding of the transport processes through the placenta and a better designing of new obstetrician drug. And additional challenges may result from the frequently progressive, life-limiting or life-threatening nature of these diseases.

Consequently, multicentre collaborations are often necessary in order to access sufficiently large study populations of affected children to generate big enough datasets to adequately power research studies [ 62 ].

Pre-clinical studies—in vitro, in vivo, and ex vivo—are essential steps in the drug development path to provide detailed information about the pharmacokinetic PK and pharmacodynamics PD properties of the selected molecules.

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Once a day is great, but once every other day would be horrible, because people lose track or forget. It is important that physicians understand the process of drug discovery and development [ 99 ]. Leading experts from academia, industry and regulatory bodies across the globe contribute their knowledge to this book, which scientists involved in many aspects of the drug discovery process, as well as regulators and postgraduate students, will find a useful resource.

Only increasing our understanding about human development processes and about how these processes impact on the onset and progression of diseases will able us to develop specific medicines targeted for children. Statistical methods, such as the Bayesian design, allow the extrapolation of results out of fewer children than in the conventional, fixed-number design, also considering evidences in adults [ 5 ].

First of all, the low prevalence of many paediatric diseases leads to a limited number of children affected by each condition. Significance of Biotransformation in Drug Discovery and Development. Variations between neonatal and adult fibroblasts and keratinocytes have been described as probably associated with improved wound healing during the early neonatal period [ 28 ].

The existing human cell lines are frequently derived from adult sources, making them inappropriate as in vitro model of paediatric diseases. Ground-breaking methodologies such as innovative trial design, application of modelling and simulation and other tools supporting paediatric trials such as specific outcomes measures, biomarkers, statistical methods, etc.

Vishwanath Gaitonde, Dr. Toxoplasmosis, Pancreatitis, Obesity and Drug Discovery.An integrated overview of modern approaches to lead discovery Lead generation is increasingly seen as a distinct and success-determining phase of the drug discovery process.

Over recent years, there have been major advances in the understanding of what constitutes a good lead compound and how to improve the chances of finding such a compound. Prodrugs: A challenge for the drug development Jolanta B.

Zawilska1,2, Jakub Wojcieszak2, Agnieszka B. Olejniczak1 1 Institute of Medical Biology, Polish Academy of Sciences, LodowaPL £ódŸ, Poland 2 Department of Pharmacodynamics, Medical University of.

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Of the thousands of novel compounds that a drug discovery project team invents and that bind to the therapeutic target, only a fraction have sufficient ADME (absorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination) properties, and acceptable toxicology properties, to become a drug product that will successfully complete human Phase I clinical trials.

Specifically geared to personnel in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, this book describes the basics and challenges of oral bioavailability one of the most significant hurdles in drug discovery and development.

Describes approaches to assess pharmacokinetics and how drug efflux and uptake transporters impact oral bioavailability Helps readers reduce the failure rate of drug.