|Highly Efficient Activated Carbon From Palm Shell as an Adsorbent of Toxin/Poison|
M.M. Rahman, B. S. Mohsina, K.M. Sharif, B. Y. Kamaruzzaman, M. B. Awang
Highly efficient activated carbon as an adsorbent of toxins has been successfully produced from palm shell through chemical activation process using phosphoric acid as activating agents.
|Colony Forming Cell (CFC) Assays Predict for Increased Clinical Neutrophenia with Combination Therapies|
Dos Santos G, Mergaert A and Clarke E.
This study aimed to assess if the CFC assay could also be useful at predicting the increased toxicity of drug combinations relative to the toxicity caused by the relevant single agent.
|Digital Dispensing for Direct Dilution: New Flexibility in Dose-Response Analyses|
Jeff Nielsen, Ken Ward, Christie Dudenhoefer, David Ochs, Joshua Yu, and Kevin
In addition to the economic advantages of improving speed, precision, compound usage and waste, digital dispensing offers scientific advantages. This includes making the execution of complicated experiments easy and fast.
|Novel Antimalarial Drug Candidates Generated In Silico by Analysis of Public HTS Data|
Robert Fraczkiewicz, Michael S. Lawless, Robert D. Clark, and Walter S. Woltosz
This research aims to provide proof-in-principle that in silico tools could be applied to public data so as to efficiently identify active chemistry with good ADMET properties.
|Modeling Drug Disposition of Timolol in Ocular Tissues of Rabbit following Topical Eye Drops|
S. Ray Chaudhuri, V. Lukacova, W.S. Woltosz
A serious disadvantage of ocular timolol therapy is the amount of drug getting into systemic circulation that adversely affects vital organ functions in elderly patients.
|Physiologically-based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) model for prediction of midazolam pharmacokinetics after intranasal administration in children|
Viera Lukacova,Siladitya Ray Chaudhuri, Walter S. Woltosz , Michael B. Bolger
Study predicts midazolam absorption and pharmacokinetics (PK) after intranasal (i.n.) administration in young children.
|Physiologically-based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) models for prediction of saquinavir effect on midazolam pharmacodynamics|
Viera Lukacova, Haiying Zhou, Walter S. Woltosz, Michael B. Bolger
Purpose: To predict the drug-drug interaction effect of saquinavir on midazolam pharmacodynamics (PD).
|Transporter-based In Vitro-In Vivo Extrapolation (IVIVE)|
Viera Lukacova, Michael B. Bolger, Walter S. Woltosz, Neil J. Parrott, Agnès Poirier and T. Lavè
Mechanistic analysis of in vitro measurements to obtain values of kinetic parameters for drug interactions with transporters, as well as for passive diffusion through cell membranes.
|Classification of Drugs by CNS Access: An Insight from Quantitative Blood-Brain Transport Characteristics|
Kiril Lanevskij, Pranas Japertas and Remigijus Didziapetris, Advanced Chemistry Development Inc.
Aim of this study was to identify relationships between quantitative blood-brain transport parameters and qualitative data indicating whether the compound penetrates into the brain efficiently enough to exhibit action in the CNS.