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Predicting drug disposition via application of BCS: trans-port/absorption/elimination interplay and development of a biopharmaceutics drug disposition classification system.
In particular, differences specific to ethnicity can substantially contribute to interindividual variability of drug disposition.
Key initial areas of anticipated collaboration include pursuit of new therapies for cancer and respiratory diseases by advancing experimental and computational sciences in drug safety assessment, drug disposition, pharmacogenomics, genomic medicine, nanomedicine, drug delivery and public health.
Significant interindividual variability exists in drug disposition and response (5).
The Simcyp Mouse provides a virtualenvironment for evaluating drug disposition which will replace the need for some live animal testing in normal as well as transgenic mice, thus reducing and refining preclinical investigation.
The virtual Chinese population accounts for significant differences in the genetic and physiological determinants of drug disposition between Chinese and Caucasian patient groups.
The study also proved that AKIi-5 has a favorable drug disposition (PK) profile, with short local exposure predominantly to the kidney-exhibiting rapid clearance of the drug post-administration.
Labopharm also announced today that an article discussing the Company's study to characterize the pharmacokinetics and to assess the dose proportionality of 100 mg, 200 mg and 300 mg strengths of its once-daily formulation of tramadol will be published in the September 2007 edition of the journal Biopharmaceutics and Drug Disposition (Volume 28, Issue 6, Pages 323-330).
Vice-President, Drug Disposition and Preclinical Safety at Synta, and the DoD grant principal investigator.
Henthorn currently serves on the American Society of Anesthesiologists Committee on Drug Disposition and Chairs the Committee on Biochemistry and Anesthetic Action.
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