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DMPK for Targeted Tissue Delivery: Solutions for the Most Challenging Part of Outsourcing, New Life Science Webinar Hosted by Xtalks
Date:5/24/2013

Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) May 24, 2013

Many factors impact tissues targeting such as protein binding, selective barriers, and uptake or efflux transporters at the blood-tissue barrier. Even when tissue disposition is achieved, activity may be related to unbound fractions in the tissue rather than the total tissue concentration.

A thorough understanding of these disposition challenges is required to guide lead optimization, predict in vivo activity in animal models, and to identify any species-dependent variables that may impact the likely human clinical dose.

In this webinar we will discuss:

  •     A tissue disposition-driven rationale to support lead optimization.
  •     The bioanalytical strategy employed for high efficiency tissue analysis.
  •     For an anti-infective, use of in vitro time-kill and reversibility kinetics to correlate exposure (based on unbound concentrations in tissue) to pharmacodynamic measures that best predict efficacy.
  •     Compound modification and pro-drugging strategies for targeted tissue disposition, and rejuvenation of intellectual property

For more information about this event, visit: http://xtalks.com/DMPK-for-Targeted-Tissue-Delivery.ashx

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