By Alex Avdeef(auth.)
Explains tips on how to practice and learn the result of the newest physicochemical methods
With this e-book as their consultant, readers have entry to the entire present info had to completely examine and competently make certain a compound's pharmaceutical houses and their results on drug absorption. The ebook emphasizes oral absorption, explaining the entire physicochemical equipment used this present day to investigate drug applicants. furthermore, the writer presents professional advice to assist readers study the result of their reports for you to pick out the main promising drug candidates.
This Second Edition has been completely up to date and revised, incorporating all of the newest examine findings, tools, and assets, including:
Descriptions and purposes of latest PAMPA types, drawing on greater than thirty papers released via the author's study group
Two new chapters studying permeability and Caco-2/MDCK and permeability and the blood-brain barrier
Expanded info and techniques to help pKa determination
New examples explaining the therapy of essentially insoluble try out compounds
Additional case reviews demonstrating using the newest physicochemical techniques
New, revised, and accelerated database tables through the book
Well over 2 hundred drawings support readers larger comprehend tough techniques and supply a visible consultant to complicated strategies. furthermore, over 800 references function a gateway to the first literature within the box, facilitating extra study into the entire themes lined within the book.
This Second Edition is suggested as a reference for researchers in pharmaceutical R&D in addition to in agrochemical, environmental, and different similar components of analysis. it's also instructed as a supplemental textual content for graduate classes in pharmaceutics.
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–11):
Chapter 2 shipping version (pages 12–30):
Chapter three pKa selection (pages 31–173):
Chapter four Octanol–Water Partitioning (pages 174–219):
Chapter five Liposome–Water Partitioning (pages 220–250):
Chapter 6 Solubility (pages 251–318):
Chapter 7 Permeability—PAMPA (pages 319–498):
Chapter eight Permeability: Caco?2/MDCK (pages 499–574):
Chapter nine Permeability: Blood–Brain Barrier (pages 575–680):
Chapter 10 precis and a few basic Approximations (pages 681–684):
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C. Lipinski has suggested that maximal chemical diversity is an inefﬁcient library design strategy, given the enormous size of the chemistry space, and especially that clinically useful drugs appear to exist as small tight clusters in chemistry space: “. . one can make the argument that screening truly diverse libraries for drug activity is the fastest way for a company to go bankrupt because the screening yield will be so low” . Hits are made in pharmaceutical companies, but this is because the most effective (not necessarily the largest) screening libraries are highly focused, to reﬂect the putative tight clustering.
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In the three cases, the assumed concentrations in the calculation were set to the respective doses . 2a) is a horizontal line (log C0 = log S0) in the saturated solution (at low pH), and it decreases with a slope of −1 in the pH domain where the solute is dissolved completely. 21). The permeability and the concentration of the uncharged species are denoted P0 and C0. [Reprinted from Avdeef, A. Curr. Topics Med. Chem. 1, 277–351 (2001). ] PROPERTIES OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT (GIT) 17 pH in a saturated solution and is a line with a slope of +1 for pH values less than the pH of the onset of precipitation.