Biopharmaceutics Modeling and Simulations: Theory, Practice, by Kiyohiko Sugano

By Kiyohiko Sugano

A complete advent to utilizing modeling and simulation courses in drug discovery and development

Biopharmaceutical modeling has turn into critical to the layout and improvement of recent medicinal drugs. Influencing key facets of the advance technique, together with drug substance layout, formula layout, and toxicological publicity evaluation, biopharmaceutical modeling is now visible because the linchpin to a drug's destiny good fortune. And whereas there are various commercially to be had software program courses for drug modeling, there has no longer been a unmarried source guiding pharmaceutical pros to the particular instruments and practices had to layout and try secure drugs.

A advisor to the fundamentals of modeling and simulation courses, Biopharmaceutics Modeling and Simulations deals pharmaceutical scientists the keys to realizing how they paintings and are utilized in developing medicinal drugs with wanted medicinal houses. starting with a spotlight at the oral absorption of substances, the booklet discusses:

  • The valuable dogma of oral drug absorption (the interaction of dissolution, solubility, and permeability of a drug), which varieties the root of the biopharmaceutical class approach (BCS)
  • The thought of drug concentration
  • How to simulate key drug absorption processes
  • The physiological and drug estate information used for biopharmaceutical modeling
  • Reliable practices for reporting results

With over 2 hundred figures and illustrations and a peerless exam of all of the key features of drug research?including working and examining versions, validation, and compound and formula selection?this reference seamlessly brings jointly the confirmed functional ways necessary to constructing the secure and potent medications of tomorrow.

Content:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–9):
Chapter 2 Theoretical Framework I: Solubility (pages 10–32):
Chapter three Theoretical Framework II: Dissolution (pages 33–63):
Chapter four Theoretical Framework III: organic Membrane Permeation (pages 64–121):
Chapter five Theoretical Framework IV: Gastrointestinal Transit versions and Integration (pages 122–159):
Chapter 6 body structure of Gastrointestinal Tract and different management websites in people and Animals (pages 160–205):
Chapter 7 Drug Parameters (pages 206–265):
Chapter eight Validation of Mechanistic types (pages 266–321):
Chapter nine Bioequivalence and Biopharmaceutical type process (pages 322–339):
Chapter 10 Dose and Particle dimension Dependency (pages 340–346):
Chapter eleven allowing Formulations (pages 347–378):
Chapter 12 foodstuff influence (pages 379–411):
Chapter thirteen Biopharmaceutical Modeling for Miscellaneous situations (pages 412–429):
Chapter 14 Intestinal Transporters (pages 430–451):
Chapter 15 method in Drug Discovery and improvement (pages 452–458):
Chapter sixteen Epistemology of Biopharmaceutical Modeling and solid Simulation perform (pages 459–463):

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ADME evaluation in drug discovery. 9. Prediction of oral bioavailability in humans based on molecular properties and structural fingerprints. Mol. , 8, 841–851. 1 shows the network of equations, which consist of the gastrointestinal unified theoretical framework (GUT framework) [1]. The GUT framework is discussed in the following four sections. This framework is constructed based on the unified definition of “dissolved drug concentration (Cdissolv )” and “fraction (f )” of each molecular species. 1 1 The readers of this book may think that this kind of basic definition should not be cited in a book for advanced scientists.

2010). Prediction of food effect by bile micelles on oral drug absorption considering free fraction in intestinal fluid. Eur. J. Pharm. , 40, 118–124. 4. Sugano, K. (2011). Fraction of a dose absorbed estimation for structurally diverse low solubility compounds. Int. J. , 405, 79–89. 5. C. (2003). Dissolution and absorption modeling: model expansion to simulate the effects of precipitation, water absorption, longitudinally changing intestinal permeability, and controlled release on drug absorption.

14 An amorphous form converts to a crystalline. However, the induction time before crystallization to occur can be long enough to achieve a transient equilibrium with the amorphous solid. REFERENCES 31 It is theoretically suggested that the increase in solubility by particle size reduction is less than 15% even at approximately 150 nm range [20]. This theoretical suggestion was recently confirmed by careful experiments [20]. The filtration and centrifuge methods are often used in solubility measurements to separate the fluid from the undissolved drug.

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