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#34525421 2021/08/10 To Up
Endocrine regulation of fetal metabolism towards term.Hormones have an important role in regulating fetal metabolism in relation to the prevailing nutritional conditions both in late gestation and during the prepartum period as the fetus prepares for birth. In particular, the pancreatic, thyroid and adrenal hormones all affect fetal uptake and utilization of nutrients for oxidative metabolism, tissue accretion and fuel storage. These hormones also influence the fetal metabolic preparations for the nutritional transition from intra- to extra-uterine life. This review discusses the role of insulin, glucagon, thyroxine, tri-iodothyronine, cortisol and the catecholamines in these processes during normal intrauterine conditions and in response to maternal undernutrition with particular emphasis on the sheep fetus. It also considers the metabolic interactions between these hormones and their role in the maturation of key tissues, such as the liver, skeletal muscle and adipose tissue, in readiness for their new metabolic functions after birth. Endocrine regulation of fetal metabolism is shown to be multifactorial and dynamic with a central role in optimizing metabolic fitness for survival both in utero and at birth.
Abigail L Fowden, Alison J Forhead0.1 mg0.1 ml50 0.1 ml0.1 mg500 ml 0.1 mg 0.1 mg100 ul0.1 mg50
#34524574 2021/09/15 To Up
Utilization of Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance of Silver Nanoparticles for the Spectrofluorimetric Estimation of Oxymetazoline in Dosage Forms: Application to Aqueous Humor.A simple, novel, cost-effective and highly sensitive spectrofluorimetric method was developed for estimation of the nasal decongestant oxymetazoline (OMZ) whether per se or in its pharmaceutical preparations using colloidal silver nanoparticles (AgNPs). The method is based on the high catalytic potential activity of AgNPs on the fluorescence intensity of OMZ leading to 12-fold increase in its fluorescence intensity. The response was linear over the range of 20.0 to 700.0Â ng/mL with lower detection limit of 5.0Â ng/mL and limit of quantification of 14.0Â ng/mL. The proposed method was applied to the assay of commercial nasal drops, nasal spray and synthetic aqueous humor. Interference likely to be encountered from co-administered drugs was studied. The developed method was optimized and validated as per International Council of Harmonization (ICH). An explanation for the drug-AgNPs interaction was proposed.
Shymaa M Abd Elhaleem, Fawzi Elsebaei, Shereen Shalan, Fathalla Belal
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#34522597 2021/03/23 To Up
Pharmaceutical cocrystals: A review of preparations, physicochemical properties and applications.Pharmaceutical cocrystals are multicomponent systems in which at least one component is an active pharmaceutical ingredient and the others are pharmaceutically acceptable ingredients. Cocrystallization of a drug substance with a coformer is a promising and emerging approach to improve the performance of pharmaceuticals, such as solubility, dissolution profile, pharmacokinetics and stability. This review article presents a comprehensive overview of pharmaceutical cocrystals, including preparation methods, physicochemical properties, and applications. Furthermore, some examples of drug cocrystals are highlighted to illustrate the effect of crystal structures on the various aspects of active pharmaceutical ingredients, such as physical stability, chemical stability, mechanical properties, optical properties, bioavailability, sustained release and therapeutic effect. This review will provide guidance for more efficient design and manufacture of pharmaceutical cocrystals with desired physicochemical properties and applications.
Minshan Guo, Xiaojie Sun, Jiahui Chen, Ting Cai
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#34522591 2021/03/13 To Up
Metal-organic frameworks for advanced drug delivery.Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), comprised of organic ligands and metal ions/metal clusters coordinative bonds are highly porous, crystalline materials. Their tunable porosity, chemical composition, size and shape, and easy surface functionalization make this large family more and more popular for drug delivery. There is a growing interest over the last decades in the design of engineered MOFs with controlled sizes for a variety of biomedical applications. This article presents an overall review and perspectives of MOFs-based drug delivery systems (DDSs), starting with the MOFs classification adapted for DDSs based on the types of constituting metals and ligands. Then, the synthesis and characterization of MOFs for DDSs are developed, followed by the drug loading strategies, applications, biopharmaceutics and quality control. Importantly, a variety of representative applications of MOFs are detailed from a point of view of applications in pharmaceutics, diseases therapy and advanced DDSs. In particular, the biopharmaceutics and quality control of MOFs-based DDSs are summarized with critical issues to be addressed. Finally, challenges in MOFs development for DDSs are discussed, such as biostability, biosafety, biopharmaceutics and nomenclature.
Siyu He, Li Wu, Xue Li, Hongyu Sun, Ting Xiong, Jie Liu, Chengxi Huang, Huipeng Xu, Huimin Sun, Weidong Chen, Ruxandra Gref, Jiwen Zhang25 µg100 ug 100 UG50 ml100 tests100ug 1 G 1L
#34522499 2021/08/09 To Up
Calcinosis Cutis as an Unsuspecting Complication of Hyperkalemia Treatment.Calcinosis cutis is a known but rare complication from the extravasation of intravenous calcium preparations. Calcium gluconate is a commonly used medication to prevent cardiac arrhythmias in the setting of hyperkalemia and cardiac arrest during resuscitation and life support. Extravasation of calcium gluconate may result in skin necrosis and a bullous reaction in its most severe form, which should be promptly recognized so that treatment can be provided. Pediatric patients are more susceptible to this caustic effect while cases in adults are rare. We report the case of a patient who developed bullous skin lesions with skin necrosis and eschar formation after receiving intravenous calcium gluconate for the treatment of hyperkalemia. The patient required an extensive hospital stay and multiple surgical interventions. This case demonstrates that common medications such as calcium gluconate can lead to significant adverse effects that can be mitigated with proper administration and appropriate education about adverse events.
Lauren N Gresham, Jwan Alallaf, Jignesh Shah
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#34521326 2021/09/13 To Up
Development and in vitro and in vivo evaluations of a microemulsion formulation for the oral delivery of oxaprozin.Oxaprozin is labeled as a Class II drug in the biopharmaceutical classification system, and its poor solubility in the entire gastrointestinal tract may be the main reason for its poor oral absorption capacity.
Fangming Yin, Shu Meng, Xin Zhao, Huining Wang, Yingkai Ning, Yangdulin Li, Zaixing Chen
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#34521311 2021/09/14 To Up
Low-volume regimen without additional liquids or adjunctive agents versus standard bowel preparation in non-constipated patients: a propensity score matching analysis.Split-dose, 4-L polyethylene glycol (PEG, HSD) is currently the first-line choice for unselected or difficult colon preparations. Almost all low-volume bowel preparations (BPs) include a large volume of additional liquid and adjunctive agents to improve cleansing efficiency. However, neither HSD nor additional liquids or adjunctive agents of low-volume regimens may be necessary for low-risk patients. The aim of this study was to compare the cleansing efficiency between split-dose, low-volume (2-L) PEG without additional liquids or adjunctive agents (LSD) and HSD in non-constipated patients.
Xiang Li, Lei Diao, Weiping Zhang, Renyu Fan, Chen Shi, Yufang Cui, Jianglong Hong
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#34521130 2021/09/14 To Up
Seven-day Oral Intake of Orthosiphon stamineus Leaves Infusion Exerts Antiadhesive Ex Vivo Activity Against Uropathogenic E. coli in Urine Samples.leaves (Java tea) extract is traditionally used for the treatment of urinary tract infections. According to recent data, animal infection studies, and transcriptomic investigations, polymethoxylated flavones from Java tea exert antiadhesive activity against uropathogenic (UPEC). This antiadhesive activity has been shown to reduce bladder and kidney lesion in a mice infection model. As no data on the antivirulent activity of Java tea intake on humans are available, a biomedical study was performed on 20 healthy volunteers who self-administered infusion (4âÃâ3âg per day, orally) for 7 days. The herbal material used for the study conformed to the specification of the European Pharmacopoeia, and ultra high-performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) of the infusion showed rosmarinic acid, caffeic acid, and cichoric acid to be the main compounds aside from polymethoxylated flavones. Rosmarinic acid was quantified in the tea preparations with 243âÂ±â22âÂµg/mL, indicating sufficient reproducibility of the preparation of the infusion. Urine samples were obtained during the biomedical study on day 1 (control urine, prior to Java tea intake), 3, 6 and 8. Antiadhesive activity of the urine samples was quantified by flowcytometric assay using pre-treated UPEC NU14 and human T24 bladder cells. Pooled urine samples indicated significant inhibition of bacterial adhesion on day 3, 6 and 8. The urine samples had no influence on the invasion of UPEC into host cells. Bacterial proliferation was slightly reduced after 24âh incubation with the urine samples. Gene expression analysis (qPCR) revealed strong induction of fitness and motility gene and downregulation of hemin uptake system . These data correlate with previously reported datasets from transcriptomic analysis. Increased bacterial motility was monitored using a motility assay in soft agar with UPEC UTI89. The intake of Java tea had no effect on the concentration of Tamm-Horsfall Protein in the urine samples. The present study explains the antiadhesive and anti-infective effect of the plant extract by triggering UPEC from a sessile lifestyle into a motile bacterial form, with reduced adhesive capacity.
Melanie Deipenbrock, Francesca Scotti, Boris Mo, Michael Heinrich, Andreas Hensel
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