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Design of biopharmaceutical properties through prodrugs and analogs

Design of biopharmaceutical properties through prodrugs and analogs

[a symposium

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Published by The Academy in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pharmaceutical chemistry.,
  • Biopharmaceutics.,
  • Drugs.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementsponsored by Medicinal Chemistry Section, APhA Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences, November 1976 national meeting, Orlando, Florida] ; Edward B. Roche, editor.
    ContributionsRoche, Edward B., Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Medicinal Chemistry Section.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRS403 .D47
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 455 p. :
    Number of Pages455
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4566155M
    ISBN 100917330161
    LC Control Number77081663

    Dr. Feroz Jameel is a Principal Scientist for Parenteral Product & Process Development at Amgen Inc., in Thousand Oaks, CA, where he is involved in the development, optimization, scale-up and transfer to manufacturing of biopharmaceutical received his Master’s degree in Pharmaceutics from the University of Delhi and his Ph.D in Pharmaceutics from the University of Connecticut.3/5(1). Design of Biopharmaceutical Properties Through Prodrugs and Analogs. Washington, DC: American Pharmaceutical Association, ; – Google Scholar Ho NF, Raub TR, Burton PS, Barsuhn CL, Adson A, Audus KL, and Borchardt by: 6.

    The review covers the type of prodrugs and functional groups that are amenable to prodrug design. Various prodrug approaches for improving oral drug delivery are discussed, with numerous examples of marketed prodrugs, including improved aqueous solubility, improved lipophilicity, transporter-mediated absorption, and prodrug design to achieve. This volume explores the application of Quality by Design (QbD) to biopharmaceutical drug product development. Twenty-eight comprehensive chapters cover dosage forms, liquid and lyophilized drug products. The introductory chapters of this book define key elements of QbD and examine how these elements are integrated into drug product development.

    A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN 0 8 (ppc) ISBN 0 6 (pbk) Biopharmaceuticals and pharmaceutical biotechnology 1 History of the pharmaceutical industry 3 Rational drug design 54 Combinatorial approaches to drug discovery 56 Initial product characterization Quality by Design for Biopharmaceutical Drug Product Development / This volume explores the application of Quality by Design (QbD) to biopharmaceutical drug product development. Twenty-eight comprehensive chapters cover dosage forms, liquid and lyophilized drug products.


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Classification. The concept of retrometabolic drug design encompasses two distinct approaches. One approach is the design of soft drugs (SDs), new, active therapeutic agents, often isosteric or isolelectronic analogs of a lead compound, with a chemical structure specifically designed to allow predictable metabolism into inactive metabolites after exerting their desired therapeutic effect(s).

Di, L. & Kerns, E. Drug-Like Properties: Concepts, Structure Design, and Methods (Elsevier, ). This is an excellent book on concepts and methods of Cited by: The American Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences held a symposium on Design of Biopharmaceutical Properties through Prodrugs and Analogs which was published as a book (Roche, ).

Of the 15 chapters, 7 deal in part or wholly with prodrugs. Biopharmaceutical Processing: Development, Design, and Implementation of Manufacturing Processes covers bioprocessing from cell line development to bulk drug substances. The methods and strategies described are essential learning for every scientist, engineer or manager in the biopharmaceutical and vaccines industry.

Prodrugs are bioreversible derivatives of drug molecules that must undergo an enzymatic and/or chemical transformation in vivo to release the active parent drug, which can then exert its Cited by: The term “pro-drug or “pro-agent” was first used by Albert () who suggested that this approach could be used to alter the properties of drugs, in a temporary manner, to increase their usefulness, and/or decrease associated by: The prodrugs design is carried out using quantum molecular orbital methods such as DFT and ab initio and molecular mechanics methods.

A large number of marketed drugs have low bioavailability and. If the properties are weak, the candidate will have a high risk of failure or be less desirable as a drug product. This book is a tool and resource for scientists engaged in, or preparing for, the selection and optimization process.

The authors describe how properties affect in vivo pharmacological activity and impact in vitro assays. Design of Biopharmaceutical Properties Through Prodrugs and Analogs. Washington, DC: American Pharmaceutical Association; p Google Scholar Rosenberg by: Prodrugs are chemistry-enabled drug delivery modifications of active molecules designed to enhance their pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamic and/or biopharmaceutical properties.

Ideally, prodrugs are efficiently converted in vivo, through chemical or enzymatic transformations, to the active parent molecule. The goal of this work is to enhance the.

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Poor intestinal permeation and. Title(s): Design of biopharmaceutical properties through prodrugs and analogs/ Edward B. Roche, editor. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Washington: American Pharmaceutical Assn., Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences, c In both drug discovery and development, prodrugs have become an established tool for improving physicochemical, biopharmaceutical or pharmacokinetic properties of pharmacologically active agents.

About % of drugs approved worldwide can be classified as prodrugs, and the implementation of a prodrug approach in the early stages of drug Cited by: Orestrate (INN), also known as estradiol 3-propionate 17β-(1-cyclohexenyl) ether, is an estrogen medication and estrogen ester which was never marketed.

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Com. The prodrug strategy has been frequently employed as a chemical approach for overcoming the disadvantages of existing parent drugs. In this report, we synthesized four monoester prodrugs of ganciclovir, an anticytomegalovirus drug, and demonstrated their potential advantages in protease-targeted activation and biopharmaceutical profiles over the parent by: 1.

Design of Biopharmaceutical Properties through Prodrugs and Analogs, Editor Edward B. Roche, Book, 4 title pages (). Martin et al., Enhancing the biological activity of immobilized osteopontin using a type-1 collagen affinity coating, Wiley Periodicals, Inc., pp.

().Bodor N,Chapter 7, in Roche EB, ed, Design of Biopharmaceutical Properties through Prodrugs and Analogs, American Pharmacology Association and Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 6. Bundgaard H,Novel chemical approaches in prodrug design, Drugs Fut, 16, – Author: A.

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