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Insulated enclosures in which temperature, humidity, and other environmental conditions can be regulated at levels optimal for growth, hatching, reproduction, or metabolic reactions.
The process of finding chemicals for potential therapeutic use.
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Large collections of small molecules (molecular weight about 600 or less), of similar or diverse nature which are used for high-throughput screening analysis of the gene function, protein interaction, cellular processing, biochemical pathways, or other chemical interactions.
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A mass spectrometry technique using two (MS/MS) or more mass analyzers. With two in tandem, the precursor ions are mass-selected by a first mass analyzer, and focused into a collision region where they are then fragmented into product ions which are then characterized by a second mass analyzer. A variety of techniques are used to separate the compounds, ionize them, and introduce them to the first mass analyzer. For example, for in GC-MS/MS, GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY is involved in separating relatively small compounds by GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY prior to injecting them into an ionization chamber for the mass selection.
Learning algorithms which are a set of related supervised computer learning methods that analyze data and recognize patterns, and used for classification and regression analysis.
Theoretical models which propose methods of learning or teaching as a basis or adjunct to changes in attitude or behavior. These educational interventions are usually applied in the fields of health and patient education but are not restricted to patient care.
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The pigmented vascular coat of the eyeball, consisting of the CHOROID; CILIARY BODY; and IRIS, which are continuous with each other. (Cline et al., Dictionary of Visual Science, 4th ed)
The clear, watery fluid which fills the anterior and posterior chambers of the eye. It has a refractive index lower than the crystalline lens, which it surrounds, and is involved in the metabolism of the cornea and the crystalline lens. (Cline et al., Dictionary of Visual Science, 4th ed, p319)
A country spanning from central Asia to the Pacific Ocean.
Confidence in or reliance on a person or thing.
The profession of writing. Also the identity of the writer as the creator of a literary production.
An agency of the PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE concerned with the overall planning, promoting, and administering of programs pertaining to maintaining standards of quality of foods, drugs, therapeutic devices, etc.
That segment of commercial enterprise devoted to the design, development, and manufacture of chemical products for use in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, disability, or other dysfunction, or to improve function.
Freedom from exposure to danger and protection from the occurrence or risk of injury or loss. It suggests optimal precautions in the workplace, on the street, in the home, etc., and includes personal safety as well as the safety of property.
The lack of sufficient energy or protein to meet the body's metabolic demands, as a result of either an inadequate dietary intake of protein, intake of poor quality dietary protein, increased demands due to disease, or increased nutrient losses.
Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.

Incorporation rates, stabilities, cytotoxicities and release of liposomal tetracycline and doxycycline in human serum. (1/1123)

Tetracycline and doxycycline were encapsulated in cationic, anionic and neutral liposomes. The amounts of antibiotic encapsulated, the stability of each preparation at 4 degrees C for 4 weeks, and the kinetics of the release of entrapped drug into human sera were assessed by high-performance liquid chromatography. The toxicities of the liposome preparations on human erythrocytes and HeLa 229 cells were evaluated in vitro. The results showed that doxycycline was entrapped more efficiently than tetracycline, and that doxycycline-entrapped liposomes were more stable at 4 degrees C and in human sera, and less cytotoxic than tetracycline-entrapped liposomes.  (+info)

Reduction of the cardiotoxicity of doxorubicin in rabbits and dogs by encapsulation in long-circulating, pegylated liposomes. (2/1123)

The relative cardiotoxicity of pegylated (STEALTH) liposomal doxorubicin (PL-DOX; Doxil) was compared to nonliposomal doxorubicin (Adriamycin) in rabbits and dogs treated i.v. for up to 22 weeks. No histological evidence of cardiotoxicity was seen in dogs treated with placebo liposomes or PL-DOX every 3 weeks for a total of 10 doses (cumulative doxorubicin dose = 10 mg/kg) either 1 or 5 weeks post-treatment. All dogs treated with the same cumulative dose of free doxorubicin showed marked cardiotoxicity (vacuolization and myofibrillar loss in the myocardium) at both time points. In rabbits, progressive cardiomyopathy was seen in both treatment groups, but was more frequent and severe with free doxorubicin (67% of doxorubicin-treated rabbits, cumulative dose = 12 to 14 mg/kg versus 16% of PL-DOX-treated animals, cumulative dose = 14 to 21 mg/kg). Five doxorubicin-treated rabbits died of congestive heart failure or with histologic evidence of cardiotoxicity (median severity score = 6). No PL-DOX-treated rabbits died of congestive heart failure, although two animals that died early showed microscopic evidence of mild cardiotoxicity (median severity score = 2.5). Cardiotoxicity increased during the post-treatment period in both treatment groups. Rabbits received up to 50% more PL-DOX with no increase in cardiotoxicity. Thus, results in two species demonstrate that the cardiotoxicity of doxorubicin is significantly decreased when administered as PL-DOX. Significantly more PL-DOX can be given without incurring an increased risk of cardiomyopathy. Recent clinical studies have confirmed that PL-DOX is also less cardiotoxic than the same dose of unencapsulated doxorubicin in humans.  (+info)

Candida albicans mannan extract-protein conjugates induce a protective immune response against experimental candidiasis. (3/1123)

Candida albicans mannan extracts encapsulated in liposomes were previously used to stimulate mice to produce antibodies protective against candidiasis. In the present study, mannan-protein conjugates without liposomes were tested as vaccine candidates. Mannan extracts were coupled to bovine serum albumin, and isolated conjugates consisted of carbohydrate and protein at a ratio of 0.7-1.0. Vaccination of mice with the conjugate and an adjuvant yielded antiserum that contained Candida agglutinins. Vaccinated mice challenged with yeast cells had a mean survival time of 56 days, compared with <13 days for control groups. The antiserum protected naive animals against disseminated disease. Naive mice given the antiserum intravaginally developed 79% fewer fungal colony-forming units, compared with control groups. The serum-protective factor was stable at 56 degrees C and was removed by adsorption with yeast cells. It is concluded that the conjugate vaccine can induce protective antibody responses against experimental disseminated candidiasis and Candida vaginal infection.  (+info)

Why do microencapsulated islet grafts fail in the absence of fibrotic overgrowth? (4/1123)

The survival of microencapsulated islet grafts is limited, even if capsular overgrowth is restricted to a small percentage of the capsules. In search of processes other than overgrowth contributing to graft failure, we have studied the islets in non-overgrown capsules at several time points after allotransplantation in the rat. All recipients of islet allografts became normoglycemic. Grafts were retrieved at 4 and 8 weeks after implantation and at 15.3 +/- 2.3 weeks postimplant, 2 weeks after the mean time period at which graft failure occurred. Overgrowth of capsules was complete within 4 weeks postimplant, and it was usually restricted to <10% of the capsules. During the first 4 weeks of implantation, 40% of the initial number of islets was lost. Thereafter, we observed a decrease in function rather than in numbers of islets, as illustrated by a decline in the ex vivo glucose-induced insulin response. At 4 and 8 weeks postimplant, beta-cell replication was 10-fold higher in encapsulated islets than in islets in the normal pancreas, but these high replication rates were insufficient to prevent a progressive increase in the percentage of nonviable tissue in the islets. Necrosis and not apoptosis proved to be the major cause of cell death in the islets. The necrosis mainly occurred in the center of the islets, which indicates insufficient nutrition as a major causative factor. Our study demonstrates that not only capsular overgrowth but also an imbalance between beta-cell birth and beta-cell death contributes to the failure of encapsulated islet grafts. Our observations indicate that we should focus on finding or creating a transplantation site that, more than the unmodified peritoneal cavity, permits for close contact between the blood and the encapsulated islet tissue.  (+info)

Local perivascular delivery of basic fibroblast growth factor in patients undergoing coronary bypass surgery: results of a phase I randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. (5/1123)

BACKGROUND: Angiogenesis is a promising treatment strategy for patients who are not candidates for standard revascularization, because it promotes the growth of new blood vessels in ischemic myocardium. METHODS AND RESULTS: We conducted a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF; 10 or 100 microg versus placebo) delivered via sustained-release heparin-alginate microcapsules implanted in ischemic and viable but ungraftable myocardial territories in patients undergoing CABG. Twenty-four patients were randomized to 10 microg of bFGF (n=8), 100 microg of bFGF (n=8), or placebo (n=8), in addition to undergoing CABG. There were 2 operative deaths and 3 Q-wave myocardial infarctions. There were no treatment-related adverse events, and there was no rise in serum bFGF levels. Clinical follow-up was available for all patients (16.0+/-6.8 months). Three control patients had recurrent angina, 2 of whom required repeat revascularization. One patient in the 10-microg bFGF group had angina, whereas all patients in the 100-microg bFGF group remained angina-free. Stress nuclear perfusion imaging at baseline and 3 months after CABG showed a trend toward worsening of the defect size in the placebo group (20.7+/-3.7% to 23.8+/-5.7%, P=0.06), no significant change in the 10-microg bFGF group, and significant improvement in the 100-microg bFGF group (19.2+/-5.0% to 9.1+/-5.9%, P=0.01). Magnetic resonance assessment of the target ischemic zone in a subset of patients showed a trend toward a reduction in the target ischemic area in the 100-microg bFGF group (10.7+/-3.9% to 3. 7+/-6.3%, P=0.06). CONCLUSIONS: This study of bFGF in patients undergoing CABG demonstrates the safety and feasibility of this mode of therapy in patients with viable myocardium that cannot be adequately revascularized.  (+info)

Cationic microparticles: A potent delivery system for DNA vaccines. (6/1123)

An approach involving the preparation of biodegradable microparticles with a cationic surface was developed to improve the delivery of adsorbed DNA into antigen-presenting cells after i.m. injection. The microparticles released intact and functional DNA over 2 weeks in vitro. In addition, the microparticles induced higher levels of marker gene expression in vivo. After i.m. immunization, the microparticles induced significantly enhanced serum antibody responses in comparison to naked DNA. Moreover, the level of antibodies induced by the microparticles was significantly enhanced by the addition of a vaccine adjuvant, aluminum phosphate. In addition, in contrast to naked DNA, the cationic microparticles induced potent cytotoxic T lymphocyte responses at a low dose.  (+info)

Peroral immunization of microencapsulated human VP8 in combination with cholera toxin induces intestinal antibody responses. (7/1123)

To develop an orally delivered subunit vaccine for rotavirus infection, a trypsin cleavage product of VP4, recombinant VP8*, was expressed in Escherichia coli. The recombinant VP8* (rVP8*), purified by affinity chromatography, was reactive against human rotavirus positive serum in Western-blot analysis. To further evaluate the immunogenicity of the oral-delivered rVP8*, it was encapsulated with alginate-microsphere and administered in combination with cholera toxin (CT) as a mucosal adjuvant perorally into mice. The ELISPOT assay showed that the number of rVP8*-specific IgG1 antibody secreting cells increased about 3-fold and about 2-fold in spleen and Peyer's patch, respectively as compared to non-immune mice. In addition, the number of rVP8*-specific IgA antibody secreting cells increased about 2-fold in Peyer's patch. Finally, rVP8*-specific IgA antibody response was significantly enhanced in the intestinal fluids from the mice immunized perorally with encapsulated rVP8* and CT. Taken together, these results indicate that rVP8* possessed proper immunogenicity and it would be potentially useful as a subunit vaccine against rotavirus-associated disease through peroral immunization.  (+info)

Inhibition of inositol uptake in astrocytes by antisense oligonucleotides delivered by pH-sensitive liposomes. (8/1123)

An oligonucleotide of 20 bases, complementary to a region of the sodium/myo-inositol cotransporter (SMIT) mRNA, was used to investigate the uptake efficiency and activity of transferred antisense oligonucleotides with regard to substrate uptake. We compared the efficiency of oligonucleotide delivery after application of either free or liposome-encapsulated material. Delivery of liposome-encapsulated material (marker or oligonucleotides) into astrocytoma cells and primary astrocyte cultures was more effective with pH-sensitive liposomes [dioleoylphosphatidylethanolamine (DOPE)/cholesteryl hemisuccinate (CHEMS)] than with non-pH-sensitive liposomes (soy lecithin) or free material in solution. Antisense activity was evaluated by determination of myo-inositol uptake and detection of SMIT transcripts by RT-PCR. Encapsulation of oligonucleotides in pH-sensitive liposomes increased the inhibition of inositol uptake at least 50-fold compared with application of free oligonucleotides in solution.  (+info)

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Bioencapsulation Research Group and Microencapsulation International Group is an non profit organisation promoting the development of the bioencapsulation and microencapsulation in all domains overworld. It is one of the largest organization in the domain with more than 5000 contacts in 80 countries, including 60 % industrials. It organizes conferences, industrial conventions, trainings school, workshops, trade fairs, web seminars and support any initiative linked to bioencapsulation and microencapsulation
Global microencapsulation market was valued at USD 5.22 billion in 2014, and is expected to reach USD 9.25 billion in 2020, growing at a CAGR of above 9.5% between 2015 and 2020
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The aim of the present study was to investigate the influence of process shear stressors on the stability of a model monoclonal antibody, trastuzumab. Trastuzumab, at concentrations of 0.4-4.0 mg/mL, was subjected to sonication, freeze-thaw, lyophilisation, spray drying and was encapsulated into micro- and nanoparticles. The stressed samples were analysed for structural integrity by gel electrophoresis, SDS-PAGE, and size exclusion chromatography (SEC), while the conformational integrity was analysed by circular dichroism (CD). Biological activity of the stressed trastuzumab was investigated by measuring the inhibition of cell proliferation of HER-2 expressing cell lines. Results show that trastuzumab was resistant to the process shear stresses applied and to microencapsulation processes. At the lowest concentration of 0.4 mg/mL, a low percent ( 0.05). The results of this study conclude that trastuzumab may be resistant to various processing stresses. These findings have important implications with
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Modifying particle size in a laboratory spray-dryer setup can be quite challenging, especially if particles with larger diameter are requested. Altering process and formulation parameters with the most significant impact on particle size is not obvious but can negatively affect product characteristics such as residual moisture or yield.. In the first part of the webinar, after the introduction to pharmaceutical and laboratory spray drying, the systematic tool Design-of-Experiments (DoE) is introduced. DoE enables the control of product particle size while focusing on product quality. This will be shown exemplary for the manufacture of biodegradable polymer particles from organic solutions.. Based on the knowledge from the DoE experiments, the second part focuses on an in situ microencapsulation method. Encapsulation is done with a dual-liquid feed coaxial nozzle, whereby the emulsion for solvent evaporation is created at the tip of the nozzle. This allows minimizing of contact time and ...
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A method of making a microparticle that contains DNA coding for a polypeptide is described in which a solvent extraction method is used and solvent extraction takes place at elevated temperature. Oral administration of the microparticle leads to its expression. DNA coding for an immunogen is for stimulating antibody formation in a recipient and DNA coding for a non-immunogenic polypeptide is for gene therapy applications. DNA is incorporated into the microparticle without destruction of its function.
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Microencapsulation of recombinant cells is a novel promising approach to tumor therapy in which therapeutic protein is sustainable and long-term delivered by microencapsulated cells. The semi-permeable membrane of microcapsule can protect cell from hosts immune rejection, increase the chemical stability of therapeutic protein and circumvent the problems of toxicity, limited half-lives and variation in circulating levels. Endostatin, a potent and specific angiogenesis inhibitor, could suppress the growth of primary and metastatic lesions in multiple murine tumor models. In this paper, APA microcapsules with high strength kept intact over 35 days and recombinant CHO cells kept the rapid proliferation viability and the continuous endostatin-expression function. The study of tumor treatment showed that the implantation of microencapsulated recombinant CHO cells decreased the neovascularization of tumor tissue by 59.4% and inhibited the B16 melanoma growth by 77.4%. Twenty days after tumor cell ...
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In this investigation, the effect of formulation variables on the release properties of timed- release press-coated tablets was studied using the Taguchi method of experimental design. Formulations were prepared based on Taguchi orthogonal array design with different types of hydrophilic polymers (X1), varying hydrophilic polymer/ethyl cellulose ratio (X2), and addition of magnesium stearate (X3) as independent variables. The design was quantitatively evalu-ated by best fit mathematical model. The results from the statistical analysis revealed that factor X1, X3 and interaction factors between X1X2 and X1X3 were found to be significant on the re-sponse lag time (Y1), where as only factor X1 was found to be significant on the response percent drug release at 8 hrs (Y2). A numerical optimization technique by desirability function was used to optimize the response variables, each having a different target. Based on the re-sults of optimization study, HPC was identified as the most suitable hydrophilic
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Research in novel drug delivery systems is being explored competitively in order to attain maximum therapeutic effect while minimizing the adverse effects. Despite several advancements in pharmaceutical formulations, one of the major challenges still persisting is sustained drug release. Microencapsulation enacts as an intelligent approach with a strong therapeutic impact and is in demand globally in medical technology due to its specific and attractive properties, including biocompatibility, stability, target specificity, uniform encapsulation, better compliance, and controlled and sustained release patterns that are responsible for diminishing the toxicity and dosage frequency. Microparticles are successful delivery systems that encapsulate both water-insoluble and sparingly water-soluble agents to elicit their efficacy with a great potential attributed to their unique properties: particle size, shape, structure, drug loading, entrapment efficiency, porosity, and release profile. Several ...
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Significant progress has been made in developing formulations for protein and drug encapsulation and delivery. The most frequently used method is the emulsion/solvent removal technology, where microencapsulation of proteins in polymeric matrices can be easily achieved with a simple stirrer setup. However, it remains a challenge to produce protein-encapsulated formulations with high encapsulation efficiencies. The emulsion/solvent removal technique and the relevant formulation and process parameters that govern the protein encapsulation processes are reviewed. A new encapsulation method of using foam as a delivery medium during the preparation of protein-loaded microparticles is proposed. The foam characteristics of direct relevance to protein encapsulation are discussed. The unique properties of foam could enhance intermolecular interactions and access to internal pore surfaces, thus making them superior compared to traditional methods employing aqueous liquid phases during protein ...
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"PubChem Compound". "Sigma-Aldrich" (PDF). Connors BW (2012). "Tales of a Dirty Drug: Carbenoxolone, Gap Junctions, and Seizures ... In the research trial investigating this use of carbenoloxone, it was shown that the drug improved verbal fluency in elderly ... Carbenoxolone may decrease the amount of active glucocortocoid in the brain, because the drug inhibits 11β-HSD, an enzyme which ... 11α-Hydroxyprogesterone Connors BW (2012). "Tales of a Dirty Drug: Carbenoxolone, Gap Junctions, and Seizures". Epilepsy Curr. ...
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... the Diana hazardous drug compounding system for the automated safe handling of oncology drugs. ICU Medical acquired the former ... "Diana Hazardous Drug Compounding System". Retrieved 2013-09-04.[permanent dead link] "ICU Medical Launches Diana™ Automated ... Sterile Compounding System for the Accurate, Safe, and Efficient Preparation of Hazardous Drugs". Reuters. 2012-11-29. ... nurses to safely mix and administer hazardous drugs used to treat cancer patients without exposing themselves to these drugs. ...
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... a US Appeals Court issued a ruling stating that new drug approval processes should not be applied to compounded drugs that ... and that compounded hormone products may have additional risks related to compounding. A major safety concern in compounded BHT ... Compounding pharmacies use commercially available bulk drugs to create new formulations which differ (in form or dosage) from ... "Court rules compounded products are neither uniformly exempt from nor subject to new drug approval requirements". American ...
PubChem Compound. Retrieved 25 October 2013. "Adderall XR Prescribing Information" (PDF). United States Food and Drug ... Table 5: N-containing drugs and xenobiotics oxygenated by FMO Cashman JR, Xiong YN, Xu L, Janowsky A (March 1999). "N- ... The percent of the drug hydroxylated to hydroxynorephedrine was comparable in all subjects (6.5-9.62) (Table 3). Freeman JJ, ... Expert Opinion on Drug Metabolism & Toxicology. 9 (9): 1139-1153. doi:10.1517/17425255.2013.796929. PMID 23650932. Figure 1. ...
In most cases, photo-uncaging is the technique revealing the active region of a compound by the process of photolysis of the ... G. Dormán; G. D. Prestwich (2000). "Using photolabile ligands in drug discovery and development". Trends Biotechnol. 18 (2): 64 ... "Caged Compounds , Photolysis". Dai Z, Dulyaninova NG, Kumar S, Bresnick AR, Lawrence DS (2007). "Visual snapshots of ... Photostimulation methods fall into two general categories: one set of methods uses light to uncage a compound that then becomes ...
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"Syntheses of compounds related to isonicotinic acid hydrazide. III. Antitubercular compounds". Yakugaku Zasshi. 75: 1066-9. ... The drug has relatively low toxicity. The median lethal dose (LD50, rat oral) was reported as 2,600 mg/kg. Kazuo Miyatake, " ... 18: 631-6. "Drugs - Synonyms and Properties" data were obtained from Ashgate Publishing Co. (US). ... Furonazide is a crystalline tuberculostatic drug substance with a reported melting point of 199-201.5 °C. Furonazide was ...
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... which is a drug class of structurally-related broad-spectrum antiparasitic compounds. Nitazoxanide is a light yellow ... "First Generic Drug Approvals". U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Retrieved 13 February 2021. "Blastocystis: Resources ... Nitazoxanide (NTZ) is a main compound of a class of broad-spectrum anti-parasitic compounds named thiazolides. It is composed ... The drug garnered interest from the hepatology community after three phase II clinical trials involving the treatment of ...
... is a recreational inhalant drug, although it should not be confused with a duster or canned air, which is composed ... Krause, M.J.; Orlandi, F.; Saurage, A.T.; Zietz, Jr., J.R. (2000). "Aluminum Compounds". Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial ... In Brazil, it is a traditional (though illegal) drug taken during Carnaval, known locally as "lança-perfume" CID 6337 from ... "What's Lança-Perfume? The Drug from Rio's Bust You've Never Heard of". Time. International Chemical Safety Card 0132 NIOSH ...
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The method involves the reaction of an α-aminoketone (1) and a compound containing a methylene group α to (bonded to the next ... Pyrroles are also found in several drugs, including atorvastatin, ketorolac, and sunitinib. Pyrroles are used as lightfast red ... Pyrrole is a heterocyclic aromatic organic compound, a five-membered ring with the formula C4H4NH. It is a colorless volatile ... See especially pages 67-68, where Runge names the compound Pyrrol (fire oil) or Rothöl (red oil). Harreus, Albrecht Ludwig. " ...
Pubchem Compound. Retrieved 12 October 2013. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Santagati NA, Ferrara G, Marrazzo A, ... Table 5: N-containing drugs and xenobiotics oxygenated by FMO Cashman JR, Xiong YN, Xu L, Janowsky A (March 1999). "N- ... PubChem Compound. Retrieved 25 October 2013. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Adderall XR Prescribing Information" (PDF ... The percent of the drug hydroxylated to hydroxynorephedrine was comparable in all subjects (6.5-9.62) (Table 3). Freeman JJ, ...
... anticonvulsant drugs; nitrate compounds; organic solvents; parental exposure to lead; alcohol; cigarette use; and a number of ... drugs, or chemicals, or ingestion of toxins by the mother, such as certain lupines by cattle during the second or third month ... other psychoactive drugs (e.g. cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin). Current research continues to investigate the extent to which ...
Many substituted phenethylamines are psychoactive drugs, which belong to a variety of different drug classes, including central ... In other words, all of the compounds that belong to this class are structural analogs of phenethylamine. Pei Y, Asif-Malik A, ... inability to control drug intake and dysphoria when access to the drug is prevented (Koob, 2009). Consistent with its ... Several notable recreational drugs, such as MDMA (ecstasy), methamphetamine, and cathinones, are also members of the class. All ...
"acetiromate - Compound Summary". Kumaoka S (1974). "Long-term Administration of 3,5-Diodo-4(3'-iodo4'-acetoxyphenoxy) Benzoic ... Acetiromate is an antilipidemic drug which is used to treat hyperlipidemia. It is also known as Adecol, TBF 43, or ...
"Yasir Shah provisionally suspended after failed drugs test". BBC News. December 27, 2015. "Chlorthalidone". Drug Information ... PubChem Compound Database; CID=2732, "Chlorthalidone". PubChem. U.S. National Library of Medicine. Singer JM, O'Hare MJ, Rehm ... Cadwallader AB, de la Torre X, Tieri A, Botrè F (September 2010). "The abuse of diuretics as performance-enhancing drugs and ... Chlortalidone is eliminated from the body mostly by the kidney, as unchanged drug. Thus, in persons with diminished kidney ...
Organopotassium compounds illustrate nonionic compounds of potassium. They feature highly polar covalent K---C bonds. Examples ... "Potassium chloride medical facts from". Archived from the original on 18 January 2017. Retrieved 14 ... In general, potassium compounds are ionic and, owing to the high hydration energy of the K+ ion, have excellent water ... Megatons of these compounds are produced annually. Potassium hydroxide KOH is a strong base, which is used in industry to ...
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The compound dissolves well in water and can readily be taken up by organisms. Once broken in the body, Rb+ replaces K+ in ... Budavari, S. (1996). The Merck index: an encyclopedia of chemicals, drugs, and biologicals. Rahway, NJ, U.S.A.: Merck. ISBN 0- ... Rubidium chloride is the chemical compound with the formula RbCl. This alkali metal halide is composed of rubidium and chlorine ... Rubidium chloride transformation for competent cells is arguably the compound's most abundant use. Cells treated with a ...
It is an anticancer drug that is classified as an alkylating agent. "Mitolactol - Compound Summary". PubChem Compound. USA: ...
... traditionally has been the basis for the discovery of new drugs. Compounds are screened in cellular or ... Only after the compounds have been discovered, an effort is made to determine the biological target of the compounds. More ... In the field of drug discovery, classical pharmacology, also known as forward pharmacology, or phenotypic drug discovery (PDD ... working from the target backward to identify new drugs starting with screening libraries of compounds for affinity for ...
US PATENT 2,560,425 (1951 To Miles Lab)). "florantyrone - Compound Summary". PubChem Compound - National Center for ... Florantyrone (INN; also known as fluorantyrone) is a drug used in the treatment of biliary dyskinesia. It is also known as a ...
New methods are needed for delivering personalized drugs generated from pharmacy compounding efficiently to the disease sites ... Often, drugs are prescribed with the idea that it will work relatively the same for everyone, but in the application of drugs, ... The New Trend of Drug Delivery and Disease Management". International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding. 22 (2): 108-121. ... This drug is only used if a patient's cancer is tested for over-expression of the HER2/neu receptor. Two tissue-typing tests ...
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"Unapproved Drugs, What's the Big Deal?" (PDF). International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding, Winter 2006. Archived from ... "unapproved drugs" regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA); the marketing and distribution of opium tincture ... the Food and Drug Act of 1906 required that certain specified drugs, including alcohol, cocaine, heroin, morphine, and cannabis ... Today, however, the drug is often processed to remove all or most of the noscapine (also called narcotine) present as this is a ...
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Tert-butyl compounds. *Benzhydryl compounds. *Nervous system drug stubs. Hidden categories: *CS1 maint: multiple names: authors ... This drug article relating to the nervous system is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.. *v ... Martndale: The Complete Drug Reference, 35th Ed. *^ a b Heinz Reichmann (October 2006). "Budipine in Parkinson's tremor". ... Kornhuber J., Herr B., Thome J., Riederer P. (1995). "The antiparkinsonian drug budipine binds to NMDA and sigma receptors in ...
Tert-butyl compounds. Hidden categories: *Articles with changed EBI identifier. *Drugs with no legal status ... After 38 weeks, 6% of the people in the three-drug group died while 11% of the people died in the two-drug group. There were ... Viral resistance to the drug leads to the drug becoming useless since the virus evolves to have cells that are able to resist ... It is recommended that users drink at least 1.5 liters a day when intaking the drug. Drug users must significantly increase ...
De Smet, Peter A.G.M. (December 1997). "The Role of Plant-Derived Drugs and Herbal Medicines in Healthcare". Drugs. 54 (6): 801 ... Incidents of heavy metal poisoning have been attributed to the use of these compounds in the United States.[64][65][66][67][68] ... 2006). "Drug-related hepatotoxicity". New England Journal of Medicine. 354 (7): 731-39. doi:10.1056/NEJMra052270. PMID 16481640 ... The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has issued online warnings for consumers about medication health fraud.[157] This ...
... other foreign compounds, and endogenous substrates. II. Role of the cytochrome P-450 and P-448 fractions in drug and steroid ... Robert A. Copeland (2013). Evaluation of Enzyme Inhibitors in Drug Discovery: A Guide for Medicinal Chemists and ... Mitoma, C., Posner, H.S., Reitz, H.C. and Udenfriend, S. (1956). "Enzymic hydroxylation of aromatic compounds". Arch. Biochem. ... "Reconstituted liver microsomal enzyme system that hydroxylates drugs, ...
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Raviña, Enrique (2011). "Vinca alkaloids". The evolution of drug discovery: From traditional medicines to modern drugs. John ... These compounds include vinblastine, vincristine, vindesine, and vinorelbine. Additional researched vinca alkaloids include ... Vinca alkaloids are now produced synthetically and used as drugs in cancer therapy and as immunosuppressive drugs. ... They are a class of cell cycle-specific cytotoxic drugs that work by inhibiting the ability of cancer cells to divide: Acting ...
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Another synthetic drug specific to the adenosine A2A receptor subtype is CGS-21680 that has been shown to cause apneas in 14- ... Several synthetic compounds have been shown to act on neurons specific to the preBötC, most being selective agonists or ...
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Aminorex a drug bearing an oxazoline ring. References[edit]. *^ a b Wenker, H. (1938). "Syntheses from Ethanolamine. V. ... Oxazoline is a five-membered heterocyclic chemical compound containing one atom each of oxygen and nitrogen. It was likely ... "Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews. 59 (15): 1504-1520. doi:10.1016/j.addr.2007.08.018. PMID 17904246.. ... Oxazoline itself has no current applications however compounds containing the ring, which are referred to as oxazolines or ...
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The scientific Latin term octopus was derived from Ancient Greek ὀκτώπους or ὀκτά-, a compound form of ὀκτώ (oktō, "eight") and ... Derby, C. D. (2014). "Cephalopod Ink: Production, Chemistry, Functions and Applications". Marine Drugs. 12 (5): 2700-2730. doi: ...
"Synthroid (Levothyroxine Sodium) Drug Information: Uses, Side Effects, Drug Interactions and Warnings". RxList. Archived from ... Kendall EC (1915). "The isolation in crystalline form of the compound containing iodin, which occurs in the thyroid: Its ... "International Drug Price Indicator Guide. Retrieved 8 December 2016.. *^ Hamilton, Richart (2015). Tarascon Pocket ... "Levothyroxine (Lexi-Drugs)". LexiComp. Archived from the original on 29 September 2014. Retrieved 20 April 2014.. ...
In Japanese, the word "sake" (kanji: 酒; 'liquor'; also pronounced shu in some compounds) can refer to any alcoholic drink, ... Various health authorities, including Health Canada and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), consider kōji-kin (A. ...
"DrugBank: a knowledgebase for drugs, drug actions and drug targets". Nucleic acids research 36 (Database issue): D901-6. PMC ... "Estimation of Aqueous Solubility of Chemical Compounds Using E-State Indices". Chem Inf. Comput. Sci. 41: 1488-1493. PMID ... "Drug Discov Today 15 (23-24): 1052-7. PMID 20970519. doi:10.1016/j.drudis.2010.10.003. edit ... 2012). "ChEMBL: a large-scale bioactivity database for drug discovery". Nucleic Acids Res 40 (Database issue): D1100-7. PMID ...
It has been used not only in the study of neuronal plasticity and information processing but also in drug and toxin effects on ... One study investigates the use of a laser beam to free caged compounds such as neurotransmitters and neuromodulators. A laser ... beam with wavelength in the UV spectrum would have extremely high spatial accuracy and, by releasing the caged compounds, could ...
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Drug Testing and Analysis. 11 (1): 140-156. doi:10.1002/dta.2471. hdl:10072/382912. PMID 30109771.. ... A forensic analysis of teabacco made from nicotine lozenges identified some potentially toxic compounds, but concluded that ... Drug and Alcohol Review. 37 (7): 912-921. doi:10.1111/dar.12848. PMID 30051520.. ... "What a drag … Iceland considers prescription-only cigarettes". The Guardian. Guardian News. Retrieved 14 March 2014 ...
"US Food and Drug Administration. 12 July 2013.. *^ a b c d "GIOTRIF® Afatinib (as afatinib dimaleate)" (PDF). TGA eBusiness ... Dimethylamino compounds. *Enones. Hidden categories: *CS1 German-language sources (de). *Articles with German-language sources ... In March 2010 a Phase III trial in NSCLC patients called Lux-Lung 5 began with this drug.[13] Fall 2010 interim results ... However, it is not active against the T790M mutation which generally requires third generation drugs like osimertinib.[11] ...
"Infection and Drug Resistance. 8: 119-128. doi:10.2147/IDR.S66739. PMC 4440423. PMID 26028977.. ... a natural compound) and OLE's active ingredient para-menthane-diol (PMD).[128][137][138] Unlike permethrin, repellents repel ... A hexavalent (OspA) protein subunit-based vaccine candidate VLA15 was granted fast track designation by the U.S. Food and Drug ... disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs), or arthroscopic synovectomy.[30] Physical therapy is recommended for adults ...
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  • In chemical genetics research, they are routinely used for searching proteins that bind with specific chemical compounds, and in general drug discovery research, they provide a multiplex way to search potential drugs for therapeutic targets. (
  • In some companies, the compounds can also include biological compounds, such as purified proteins or nucleic acids. (
  • Hoever, M. and Zbinden, P. (2004) "The evolution of microarrayed compound screening. (
  • A chemical compound microarray is a collection of organic chemical compounds spotted on a solid surface, such as glass and plastic. (
  • Ma, H. and Horiuchi, K.Y. (2006) "Chemical Microarray: a new tool for drug screening and discovery", Drug Discovery Today, 11, 661-668 [10]. (
  • These chemical libraries are used in high-throughput screening in the drug discovery hit to lead process. (
  • The management of these chemical libraries, including renewal of outdated chemicals, databases containing the information, robotics often involved in fetching chemicals, and quality control of the storage environment is called Compound Management or Compound Control. (
  • Compound Management is often a significant expense, as well as career for one or more individuals who manage a chemical library at a research site. (
  • Often, in large pharmaceutical companies, the chemical and biological compounds contained in compound libraries can number in the millions, making compound management and compound control important contributors to research and drug discovery. (
  • The second form is to spot and dry organic compounds on the solid surface without immobilization, this platform has a commercial name as Micro Arrayed Compound Screening (μARCS), which is developed by scientists in Abbott Laboratories [2]. (
  • The last form is to spot organic compounds in a homogenous solution without immobilization and drying effect, this platform is developed by Dr. Dhaval Gosalia and Dr. Scott Diamond [3] and later commercialized as DiscoveryDot technology by Reaction Biology Corporation [4]. (
  • Avoid using other medications on the areas you treat with Compound W unless your doctor tells you to. (
  • More and more veterinarians and pet owners are turning to custom-made compounded medications as a welcome solution. (
  • What are Compounded Medications? (
  • Pet owners love compounded medications because they are convenient, but Dr. Weigner has other reasons for using them. (
  • Its primarily a medical issue, rather than a client compliance issue, he says, citing three situations in which he prefers compounded medications. (
  • We usually have blood pressure medications compounded. (
  • Tests by an online pharmacy turned up another cancer-causing compound in heart medications, and these drugs haven't been recalled. (
  • The only plausible benefit of the rule would be for large drug companies who wish to limit access to compounded medications. (
  • including Tricare, for compounded medications based on the prescriptions. (
  • Meanwhile, the IACP reportedly instructed members to be less than forthcoming and suggested they respond to FDA requests by saying, "We do not compound or distribute 'samples' of any of our prescription medications to anyone," according to The New York Times . (
  • 1 day ago - Compounded medications are specialty medications mixed by a pharmacist to meet the specific medical needs of an individual patient. (
  • We encourage consumers and loved ones who have been affected by Specialty Compounding's "sterile" medications and those interested in learning more about the tragic outbreak to visit the Specialty Compounding Bacterial Infection Victims Support Page on Facebook . (
  • Millions of women and men depend on compounded time-release thyroid medications in both the complete and active forms, neither of which is available in standard drug form. (
  • We believe this bill simply provides the FDA, which has been historically biased against supplements and integrative medicine, too much discretion to ban compounded drugs, including complete thyroid medications as well as estriol and other hormones. (
  • Many insurance companies have plans that will cover compounded medications. (
  • Compounding pharmacists mix or change one or more FDA-approved medications to prepare a special medication for your pet. (
  • Chewy Compounding Pharmacy is licensed in its resident state of Kentucky and each state into which we ship compounded medications. (
  • Avella Specialty Pharmacy - Recall of 2 compounded sterile medications due to the possibility of inaccurate sterility testing by Front Range Labs. (
  • These medications were often compounded, meaning that one or more of the pharmacies mixed together preexisting medications or substances to provide a new or different product. (
  • A group of "corrupt" physicians would then issue prescriptions for compounded medications for the patients regardless of the absence of medical necessity. (
  • Prednisolone Compounded transdermal comes in a Topi-CLICK Micro transdermal pen to more accurately administer medications made specifically for your pet. (
  • Although FDA recognizes the importance of the availability of compounded medications for office use in exigent situations and as a matter of patient safety, FDA's policy remains (at page 10-11) that these medications are only available from outsourcing facilities. (
  • Patrick is asking for more oversight of compounding pharmacies after a local company was linked to a nationwide meningitis outbreak blamed in the deaths of 39 people and hundreds of illnesses. (
  • Compounding pharmacies put drugs into forms not commercially available, in doses appropriate for individual patients. (
  • In the 1920s, the majority of prescriptions filled in American pharmacies required an understanding of compounding. (
  • The Memorandum of Understanding establishes an agreement between states that sign on to the MOU and the FDA regarding the interstate distribution of compounded drugs by compounding pharmacies, known as 503A compounders. (
  • There are pharmacies across the U.S. and the amount of compounding they do varies widely, from "mom and pop" pharmacies that only compound drugs for patients in their local communities to much larger pharmacies that ship compounded drugs nationwide, operating like conventional drug manufacturers. (
  • With this information in hand, FDA intends to further enhance our risk-based inspection model to prioritize inspections of compounding pharmacies that operate on a larger scale and ship compounded drugs across multiple state lines. (
  • Amid the ongoing scandal over compounding pharmacies and regulatory oversight, the House Energy & Commerce Committee is now investigating the trade group of compounding pharmacies over concerns the organization may have deliberately instructed its members a year ago to impede an FDA review of ingredients used for a compounded medication. (
  • Early last year, you may recall, the FDA approved Makena, which is a form of progesterone that, for many years, was offered by compounding pharmacies. (
  • But KV was granted marketing exclusivity because approval was made under the Orphan Drug Act and the drugmaker, which was accused of price gouging, threatened to take compounding pharmacies to court. (
  • The FDA agreed to review the samples provided by KV Pharma, as well as others from various API supplires and compounding pharmacies, although the agency later determined that the samples did not reveal any safety problems ( read here ). (
  • Separately, Massachusetts health officials, who have also been criticized for failing to properly investigate NECC, has been scrambling to review its procedures and last week issued cease and desist notices to three compounding pharmacies found to have problems in how they prepared or stored drugs. (
  • Bill s-959 - the bill to restrict or end compound pharmacies - will probably hurt and even kill a lot of folks. (
  • Additionally, FDA is working to finalize its revised draft guidance, " Insanitary Conditions at Compounding Facilities ," which identifies certain insanitary conditions FDA intends to enforce against both traditional compounding pharmacies and outsourcing facilities. (
  • In the meantime, FDA will continue to conduct risk-based inspections of compounding pharmacies and outsourcing facilities and will pursue other enforcement efforts to identify compounders that produce drugs under Agency-determined substandard conditions. (
  • Over the years FDA, pursuant to the authority granted to it by the Federal Food, Drug, & Cosmetic Act ("FDCA"), has been working to develop lists of approved bulk drug substances that traditional compounding pharmacies and outsourcing facilities can use to compound drugs (the "503A Bulks List" and "503B Bulks List," respectively). (
  • FDA has alerted healthcare professionals and the public about multiple sterile compounding pharmacies having quality control and sterility issues. (
  • On March 24, 2017, three participants were sentenced in Florida federal court, for a scheme that used call centers and kickbacks to generate fake prescriptions for compounding pharmacies. (
  • Specific drugs were chosen and produced by the pharmacies based on the amount of money reimbursed by the military health care program TriCare, as well as other private insurers. (
  • Modern pharmacists deal with complex pharmaceutical remedies far different from the elixirs, spirits and powders described centuries ago, but the biggest change is the virtual disappearance of compounded medicines. (
  • Today, pharmaceutical history has come full-circle and custom compounding is coming back in popularity, and has accounted for many of the prescriptions shipped to clients across the country by the registered pharmacists at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals pharmacy. (
  • The raw chemicals needed to compound the drug, however, are still available to pharmacists, so this becomes the only way for veterinarians to get the product. (
  • Customized Treatment You Can Count On While all pharmacists are trained in compounding, few of them now do it routinely and even fewer do it for the veterinary market. (
  • When those patients suffer in spite of commercially available therapies, the innovation and experience of clinicians and compounding pharmacists can often yield a solution to the most challenging treatment problems. (
  • He has been Chairman of the Arizona Pharmacists Association Political Action Committee, and Chairman of COMP-PAC, the political action committee for the Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding (formerly IACP) where he is also currently President-elect. (
  • If you take any of the products that are recalled or mentioned in the Valisure petition and are worried about it, the FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research offers a toll-free number -- (855) 543-3784 -- that is staffed by pharmacists and nurses. (
  • Recent regulations released by the FDA contain several provisions that are harmful to doctors, patients, and compounding pharmacists. (
  • Allegations that your association may have encouraged compounding pharmacists to attempt to impede FDA from evaluating the efficacy and safety of their products, if true, raise serious concerns about your actions," the committee wrote in a letter late last week to the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists. (
  • If a compounded drug was found on site, IACP suggested pharmacists should say a patient was coming to get the medicine ( here is the committee letter ). (
  • Earlier this year, FDA issued a final rule establishing the criteria for evaluating bulk drug substances that were nominated for inclusion on the 503A Bulks List that pharmacists and physicians can use to compound drugs. (
  • Compounding is a way for licensed pharmacists to create a customized medication that meets your pets specific needs. (
  • The final guidance no longer states that pharmacists should contact a prescriber for clarification concerning the individual patient who will receive the drug, and that the compounder document the same. (
  • Your partnership is essential as we work together to improve the quality of compounded drug products. (
  • Days before U.S. Food & Drug Administration ("FDA") Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., departed from FDA, the Agency published a statement from Dr. Gottlieb and Deputy Commissioner Anna Abram (the "Statement") regarding the Agency's proposed efforts in 2019 to improve the quality of compounded drugs. (
  • The Department of Public Health also replaced three of the 11 members of the Board of Pharmacy, including Sophia Pasedis, who is vp of regulatory affairs and compliance at Ameridose, which is owned by Barry Cadden and Gregory Conigliaro, who also own New England Compounding Center. (
  • This alert does not include the New England Compounding Center information that was associated with fungal infections associated with their products. (
  • These efforts include the development of the Compounding Quality Center of Excellence, designed to bolster the outsourcing facility sector and to promote quality of compounded drugs. (
  • FDA will continue to work closely with industry stakeholders to promote and maintain a high quality of compounded drugs. (
  • During the inspection, the investigators noted that drug products you produced failed to meet the conditions of section 503A of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) [21 U.S.C. § 353a] for exemption from certain provisions of the FDCA. (
  • During the inspection, the FDA investigators noted that drug products produced by your firm failed to meet one of the conditions of section 503A. (
  • Therefore, you compounded drug products that do not meet the conditions of section 503A and are not eligible for the exemptions in that section from the FDA approval requirement of section 505 of the FDCA, the requirement under section 502(f)(1) of the FDCA that labeling bear adequate directions for use, and the requirement of compliance with CGMP under section 501(a)(2)(B) of the FDCA. (
  • In the remainder of this letter, we refer to your drug products that do not qualify for exemptions under section 503A as the "ineligible drug products. (
  • For the first time, FDA approved six bulk drug substances for compounding under Section 503A. (
  • The Agency plans to build on these actions by issuing another proposed rule this year that will further amend the 503A Bulks List and will reflect FDA's ongoing evaluation of the nominated bulk drug substances. (
  • Finally, FDA plans to issue a revised draft guidance regarding hospital or health system compounding to provide clarification on how the Agency intends to enforce Section 503A against drugs compounded at these facilities. (
  • The final guidance maintains the complementary requirement that, for a notation in a health record (i.e., patient chart) in an office or hospital setting to serve as the basis for compounding under Section 503A, this type of information should be recorded in the patient chart. (
  • Medically reviewed by on Feb 23, 2021. (
  • 22 hours ago - The Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding created the tool to help address a need for drugs to treat patients with COVID-19. (
  • These harms may be caused by contamination in drugs that need to be sterile because they are entering the bloodstream, the eye, or the spine. (
  • In addition, the investigators noted serious deficiencies in your practices for producing non-sterile drug products, which put patients at risk. (
  • 1. Your firm used non-pharmaceutical grade drinking water, obtained from a bottled water dispenser located in the break room of your facility, in the production of non-sterile stock solutions and non-sterile drug products. (
  • On August 15, Specialty Compounding expanded its recall to include all unexpired sterile products - including all strengths and dosage forms . (
  • Although Specialty Compounding issued a press release claiming that no calcium gluconate was shipped outside of Texas, the Cedar Park-based pharmacy confirmed that it distributed its other recalled products for sterile use nationwide with the exception of North Carolina. (
  • The FDA observed that "[p]rocedures designed to prevent microbiological contamination of drug products purporting to be sterile are not established. (
  • Abrams Royal Pharmacy - Recall of all unexpired sterile drug products due to lack of sterility concerns. (
  • ApothéCure, Inc. - All sterile compounded drug products recalled that are not expired. (
  • Balanced Solutions Compounding Pharmacy, LLC - All sterile compounded drug products recalled that are not expired, including injectable and ophthalmic agents. (
  • Beacon Hill Medical Pharmacy/Rxtra Solutions - Recall of all lots of certain sterile compounded drug products. (
  • Clinical Specialties Compounding Pharmacy - Recall of all sterile compounded drug products. (
  • The Compounding Shop, LLC of St. Petersburg, Florida - All sterile compounded drug products recalled. (
  • Downing Labs LLC (also known as NuVision Pharmacy) - All sterile compounded drug products. (
  • Green Valley Drugs of Henderson, Nevada - Recall of all sterile compounded drug products. (
  • JCB Laboratories - Recall of 6 lots of sterile compounded products due to the possibility of inaccurate sterility testing by Front Range Labs. (
  • Leiter's Compounding Pharmacy - Recall of certain lots of sterile compounded bevacizumab and lidocaine / phenylephrine products due to the possibility of inaccurate sterility testing by Front Range Labs. (
  • Main Street Family Pharmacy of Newbern, Tennessee - All sterile compounded drug products have been recalled due to possible microbial contamination. (
  • Medaus Pharmacy - Recall of specific sterile compounded products. (
  • Nora Apothecary & Alternative Therapies - Recall of all sterile compounded drug products that are not expired. (
  • NuVision Pharmacy of Dallas, Texas - All sterile compounded drug products recalled. (
  • Olympia Pharmacy - Recall of all sterile compounded drug products with a use by date of 09/25/13 or earlier. (
  • Pallimed Solutions, Inc. of Woburn, Massachusetts - All sterile compounded drug products recalled that were dispensed since January 1, 2013. (
  • Visible particles were seen in 5 inspected vials of sterile compounded products. (
  • As we develop our policy and oversight program, FDA continually strives to strike a balance between preserving access to compounded drugs for patients who have a medical need for them while protecting patients from the risks associated with compounded drugs that are not made in accordance with applicable quality standards or other requirements. (
  • Compound W may also be used for purposes not listed in this medication guide. (
  • Compounding Drugs: Medication Made Easy? (
  • A compounded preparation is needed when no commercially manufactured medication is available to adequately address a patient's medical needs. (
  • The current language of the bill could allow FDA to regulate away your access to that medication, currently used by millions of women who refuse to take the synthetic hormone drugs that have been proven to be so dangerous. (
  • Will my insurance cover compounded medication? (
  • Lack of standardization related to compounded drug preparations, especially in the transition of care situations, threatens patient safety by facilitating medication error. (
  • For example, if a patient presents with a fungal eye infection, "timely administration of a compounded antifungal medication may be critical to preventing vision loss. (
  • When compounding preparations, the active ingredients can be put into a wide variety of forms: transdermal patches, creams, ointments and gels for topical administration, nasal and oral sprays, otic insufflations, suppositories and more. (
  • The committee is referring to an issue that took place last year, when KV Pharmaceuticals asked the FDA to review samples of active pharmaceutical ingredients that the drugmaker alleged raised concerns about potency and purity of compounded versions of its Makena treatment for premature birth. (
  • Traditional compounding refers to the recognized practice of mixing or altering ingredients for individual patients on an as-needed basis. (
  • But this bill would allow FDA to identify bulk ingredients that are "drugs not suitable for compounding" based on unnecessarily vague "public health concerns," even though they have a monograph as estriol does! (
  • According to the DOJ, the enterprise controlled numerous stops along the supply chain, including the selection of ingredients for compounded drugs, solicitation of patients for unnecessary prescriptions, and funneling of kickbacks to "corrupt physicians. (
  • Formulations for the preparations presented in this article are provided on the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding website at (
  • Insys Therapeutics, Inc. , which has made billions selling a fentanyl-based drug called Subsys , expects to soon launch a pharmaceutical version of THC, the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis. (
  • Our medical malpractice attorneys represented a woman who developed convulsions and seizures, resulting in multiple vertebral compression fractures and permanent skeletal deformity, as a result of a new pharmaceutical drug prescribed for individuals with Multiple Sclerosis. (
  • The FDA should be helping the American people maintain their health, not protecting the pharmaceutical companies, so they can make more money.We need the compounding drugs which are personalised for our specific needs. (
  • Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca and French drug company Sanofi have agreed to exchange 210,000 chemical compounds from their respective proprietary libraries. (
  • Jul 22, 2019 - 246-205, Decontamination of illegal drug manufacturing or storage sites. (
  • Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, released new data from the 2020 National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) , which show 1.8 million fewer U.S. youth are currently using e-cigarettes compared to 2019. (
  • In 2019, FDA intends to establish a Center of Excellence on Compounding for Outsourcing Facilities to provide training on current Good Manufacturing Practices ("cGMP") for FDA-registered outsourcing facilities. (
  • The MOU also defines the statutory term of "inordinate amounts" as it relates to the proportion of compounded drugs that may be distributed interstate for compounders in states who have signed onto the MOU. (
  • Congress and the FDA have required a patient-specific prescription for all drugs compounded, with a narrow exception if the compounding is based on an established relationship with the patient , and the FDA will bring action against traditional compounders that do not require prescriptions. (
  • The FDA has asked for nominations for "bulk ingredient" lists, which will delineate what drugs may be used by traditional compounders and outsourcing facilities. (
  • We are working hard to implement this law, which set forth a risk-based framework to meet patients' needs for compounded drugs by traditional pharmacy compounders and outsourcing facilities when these needs are not being met by FDA-approved drugs. (
  • The missive was sent in light of an alarming outbreak of fungal meningitis that was traced to a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy, which was allegedly shipping large quantities of medicines to hospitals and physicians in numerous states, raising concerns about the ability of the FDA and state regulators to properly oversee compounders and confusion over their authority to do so. (
  • FDA commish Margaret Hamburg has sinced proposed two classes compounders for regulatory oversight: traditional and so-called non-traditional compounding. (
  • The FDA has announced that it is working on guidance for states and for compounders on compounding drugs during the COVID-19 pandemic to protect. (
  • FDA received over 40 comments from industry stakeholders in response to the current draft MOU, including a comment by Reed Smith on behalf of a group of drug compounders, which FDA states it will take into account in finalizing the MOU. (
  • In 2016, for example, three infants received a compounded morphine sulfate preparation at a strength 20-fold greater than that indicated on the prepared label. (
  • From August 30, 2016, to September 20, 2016, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) investigators inspected your facility, Montana Compounding Pharmacy, P.C. dba Montana Compounding Pharmacy and Wellness Center, located at 111 N. Hig gins Ave., Missoula, Montana 59802. (
  • Specifically, the investigators noted that your firm did not receive valid prescriptions for individually-identified patients for a portion of the drug products you distributed from January to March 2016. (
  • Cannabis is a plant of the Cannabaceae family and contains more than eighty biologically active chemical compounds. (
  • Because many drugs used in veterinary medicine are human-grade drugs, this makes them unavailable to veterinarians even though there may not be problems with use in animals. (
  • In 2001, he moved on to co-found Diamondback Drugs, a veterinary compounding pharmacy that serves zoos, aquariums and veterinarians nationwide. (
  • The coordination between states and the FDA is critical to ensuring strong oversight of compounding in this country. (
  • Oversight remains essential, because compounded drugs, while important to patients who need them, pose ongoing and serious risks. (
  • 5 days ago - A new regulatory framework to address commercial compounding is being developed with the aim to fill a current gap in regulatory oversight. (
  • But non-traditional compounding poses a higher risk that she argued would - and should - require federal government oversight, as opposed to state oversight. (
  • 6 hours ago - FDA has announced a multifaceted effort to tackle the oversight of drug compounding facilities this year. (
  • In 1938 Congress repealed parts of the 1909 act and enacted the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, which, in part, granted the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) oversight of advertising associated with products regulated by the FDA with the exception of that for prescription drugs. (
  • The courts also articulated the scope of the FDA's regulatory authority and interpreted the constitutionality of the Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act under the First Amendment's commercial-speech doctrine. (
  • Protecting the health of patients who receive compounded medicines remains a high priority for FDA. (
  • A term used only for medicines or illegal drugs that have a high risk for causing harm. (
  • The term covers medicines, such as opioid drugs. (
  • The prescription drug was mislabeled and the capsules contained a dosage of 69 mg of 4-Aminopyridine, which is approximately seven times the recommended dose. (
  • In particular, the bill allows the FDA to disallow entire categories of compounding drugs in "complex dosage forms" such as extended release products or transdermal patches. (
  • This recall follows a March inspection by the FDA of Specialty Compounding's facilities in which investigators identified sterility concerns over multiple drugs, including calcium gluconate. (
  • Further, investigators reported that Specialty Compounding "does not conduct routine sterility or endotoxin testing for all injectable drugs currently produced. (
  • The work plan developed for the group is focused on proposing a set of encoding rules that would govern how compounded nonsterile drug preparations (CNSPs) are digitized and exchanged, including patient electronic health records (EHR), pharmacy systems, e-prescribing (eRx), and other Health IT (HIT) systems to ensure a seamless compounding process tailored to the needs of an individual patient. (
  • On August 31, Insys made a $500,000 donation to Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy, (ARDP), a group that's trying to convince voters to reject Proposition 205 in the November 8 election. (
  • To test the BABM approach, the researchers tapped the vast pool of data generated by hundreds of qHTS analyses run on NCATS' in-house collection of more than 500,000 compounds and drugs. (
  • After reports of bacterial bloodstream infections affecting 15 patients at two Texas hospitals (Corpus Christi Medical Center Doctors Regional and Corpus Christi Medical Center Bay Area) circulated, Specialty Compounding issued a voluntary recall on August 9, 2013 . (
  • Ameridose, LLC - Recall of all unexpired drug products. (
  • Med Prep Consulting, Inc. of Tinton Falls, New Jersey - Regional recall of all compounded drug products. (
  • Park Compounding - Recall of 1 lot of testosterone cypionate (sesame oil) 200 mg/mL (lot #[email protected] exp: 11/3/13). (
  • In this article, we discuss some of the most often prescribed compounds used in outpatient hospice and palliative care to treat common conditions (wounds, pain and dyspnea, intractable cough, nausea and vomiting, depression, bladder infections caused by an indwelling catheter, rectal pain). (
  • However, this drug or its derivatives, often prescribed as a rescue inhaler, does not work for all patients and overuse has been linked to increased hospitalizations, Dr. Liggett said. (
  • By the 1940s, less than a third of all prescriptions required compounding. (
  • In Thompson v. Western States Medical Center (2002) , the Court, by a 5-4 vote, struck down the Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act's prohibitions on soliciting prescriptions for, and advertising of, compounded drugs as a violation of its commercial speech doctrine. (
  • The consumer fraud lawsuit follows an investigation by the state into allegations that Insys was marketing Subsys broadly for chronic pain in non-cancer patients, despite the lack of Food and Drug Administration approval for such use," according to an August 26 article in the Chicago Tribune . (
  • An assessment of the harms of gamma-hydroxybutyric acid (GHB), gamma-butyrolactone (GBL), and closely related compounds. (
  • This report reviews the evidence of harms of GHB and related compounds that have emerged since the UK ACMD's last significant assessment of the risks of GHB and its prodrugs, GBL and 1,4-butanediol (1,4-BD) in [ACMD, 2008a]. (
  • The aim is to enable the ACMD to assess the level of harms associated with these compounds and to make recommendations to mitigate these harms - including (but not limited to) recommendations on the most appropriate classification and scheduling of these compounds under the MDA and MDR respectively. (
  • In the underlying statute, Congress stated that to be on the approved list, there must be a "clinical need" for the bulk drug substances. (
  • The FDA also suggests taking the drug you have until your doctor or pharmacist provides a replacement. (
  • Please consult with your veterinarian or pharmacist regarding cautions, side effects or drug interactions. (
  • If the prescription did not contain this information, then the draft guidance recommended that the pharmacist consult with the prescriber to determine whether the patient needs a compounded drug, and that the compounder must make the appropriate notation on the prescription order or other appropriate documentation that the compounded preparation is necessary (including suggested language for the notification). (
  • Kahn added that there are international standards about how much DMF is allowed in drug products. (
  • The FDA is working to answer questions about the science, safety, and quality of products containing cannabis and cannabis-derived compounds, particularly CBD. (
  • You may have noticed that cannabidiol (CBD) seems to be available almost everywhere, and marketed as a variety of products including drugs, food, dietary supplements, cosmetics, and animal health products. (
  • Other than one prescription drug product to treat seizures associated with Lennox Gastaut syndrome (LGS), Dravet syndrome (DS), or tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) in people one year of age and older, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved any other CBD products, and there is very limited available information about CBD, including about its effects on the body. (
  • 23 hours ago · Compounded products, which are less safe and less effective, are the only other alternative. (
  • Based on this inspection, it appears that you produced drug products that violate the FDCA. (
  • The FDA investigators noted that drug products were prepared, packed, or held under insanitary conditions, whereby they may have become contaminated with filth or rendered injurious to health, causing your drug products to be adulterated under section 501(a)(2)(A) of the FDCA. (
  • Our investigators determined that the water was used in the production of dozens of drug products. (
  • Specifically, a fly was observed in multiple areas of your production facility, including the area where components were being weighed, in the area where drug products were being formulated, and in the area where the formulations were being encapsulated. (
  • I use compound products such as progesterone. (
  • I believe that the FDA will try and ban these compounded products. (
  • Please don't take my compounding products away. (
  • In general, health fraud drug products are articles of unproven effectiveness that claim to treat disease or improve health. (
  • The researchers from the Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology at University of Bath, working with colleagues at Kings College London , hope to see the mitoiron claw compound added to sunscreens and skin care products within 3-4 years. (
  • For information on the recalled products and lot numbers, see the Firm Press Release for Leiter's Compounding Pharmacy at the link below. (
  • The Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act of 1997 established procedures by which drug and medical device manufacturers may disseminate information about "off-label" uses for their products. (
  • In a series of cases beginning in the late 1990s, the federal courts, applying the four-part Central Hudson test , struck down several FDA regulations on the advertising of tobacco products, compounded drugs, "off-label" uses of approved drugs and medical devices, and content labels on dietary supplements. (
  • According to numerous published reports , Insys salespeople pushed the highly potent drug on doctors for uses beyond cancer pain, for which it was designed. (
  • ARBs are drugs that block angiotensin, a potent chemical in your blood that causes muscles surrounding blood vessels to contract, from binding with angiotensin II receptors. (
  • T5-8 was 1,000 times more potent than some of the other compounds tested, and it demonstrated marked effectiveness in human airway smooth muscle cells grown in the laboratory. (
  • The researchers developed screening techniques to determine just how potent and effective the 18 compounds were. (
  • The bryozoan Bugula neritina - a mossy, colonial marine organism - produces a protein kinase C-activating compound that is many times more potent than prostratin. (
  • Researchers used BABM to look for potential anti-SARS-CoV-2 agents whose actions, not their structures, are similar to those of compounds already shown to be effective. (
  • When researchers seek new compounds or look for existing drugs to repurpose against new diseases, they are increasingly using screening tools to predict which drugs might be good candidates. (
  • The researchers then had an outside laboratory test those 311 compounds against the live SARS-CoV-2 virus. (
  • A flavonoid compound in red wine not only increases the amount of the performance-enhancing hormone testosterone in an athlete's body, it also slows its excretion, potentially distorting the findings of drug tests, British researchers have found. (
  • Nevertheless, the researchers have referred their findings to the World Anti-Doping Agency, which oversees drug testing in athletic competitions. (
  • The researchers tested the new compounds' ability to reactivate viral reservoirs in J-Lat cell lines, which contain latent HIV and begin to fluoresce when they express the virus. (
  • The researchers say that in lab testing the drug was shown to be over 40 times as efficient at destroying GBM cells when compared to the current most popular GBM prescription drug. (
  • Compounding Pharmacy Bill: Third Draft, Still Some Major Problems-and No Time to Lose! (
  • The Agency issued a revised draft MOU for public comment in September 2018, which, among other things, revised the definition of "distribution," increased the proposed threshold on interstate distribution from 30 percent to 50 percent of total prescription orders of compounded drugs, and imposed new and additional reporting requirements on States that enter into the MOU. (
  • 2) Final guidance on electronic drug product reporting for outsourcing facilities here , and (3) Draft guidance on compounding of radiopharmaceuticals here . (
  • In the draft guidance, FDA proposed that, to be a valid prescription order for a compounded drug product, the prescription order needed to state clearly that it is for a compounded drug and necessary for the treatment of the identified individual patient. (
  • Problems with Compounding Regulation? (
  • One response to "Problems with Compounding Regulation? (
  • In 1962 Congress passed the Kefauver-Harris Amendments to the 1938 act, which transferred the regulation of prescription drug advertising from the FTC to the FDA and required drug manufacturers to show that their drugs were safe by securing premarketing approval from the FDA. (
  • In addition to Syndros, Insys is conducting research on how cannabinoids - the compounds found in cannabis plants - might possibly treat epilepsy, anxiety, and PTSD. (
  • CBD is a single compound in the cannabis plant, and marijuana is a type of cannabis plant or plant material that contains many naturally occurring compounds, including CBD and THC. (
  • The FDA recognizes the significant public interest in cannabis and cannabis-derived compounds, particularly CBD. (
  • Importantly, the guidance recognizes (using an ophthalmologist as an example) that some drugs - for safety or emergency reasons - require immediate administration in a physician's office. (
  • I am Anna Abram, Deputy Commissioner for Policy, Planning, Legislation, and Analysis here at the Food and Drug Administration. (
  • Moreover, it has diverted attention away from the cooperative efforts of the Academy in working to prevent a future tragedy as that caused by NECC and the failure of swift and decisive action by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy and the federal Food and Drug Administration. (
  • Because the Food and Drug Administration regulates labeling and advertising of food, drinks and drugs, it has become a party to legal disputes over the First Amendment's protection of commercial speech. (
  • The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), one of the nation's oldest consumer-protection agencies, was created by the Food and Drug Act of 1909. (
  • 2009. Food and Drug Administration [electronic resource] . (
  • FDA has not received any reports of meningitis attributed to preservative-free methylprednisolone acetate compounded by Main Street Family Pharmacy. (
  • A new collection of compounds, called "bryologs" - derived from a tiny marine organism - activate hidden reservoirs of the virus that currently make the disease nearly impossible to eradicate. (
  • Every year, 2017 included, FDA receives adverse event reports linking patient illnesses and deaths to compounded drugs. (
  • Patient enrollment was suspended until more accessible compounds came out of the Wender Group 's lab. (
  • A condition to qualify for Section503A's exemptions is that the drug product must be compounded for an identified individual patient based on the receipt of a valid prescription order or a notation for the patient or in limited quantities before receipt of a valid prescription order for an identified individual patient. (
  • In such a case, the ophthalmologist may need to inject the patient with a compounded drug product immediately, rather than writing a prescription and waiting for the drug product to be compounded and shipped to the prescriber. (
  • GAIL BORMEL is the acting Associate Director for the Compounding Program in CDER's Office of Compliance, where she leads the inspectional, policy, and outreach efforts related to human drug compounding. (
  • Ms. Bormel joined CDER's Office of Compliance in 2003 as a Regulatory Counsel, where she worked in the areas of Manufacturing and Product Quality and the Unapproved Drugs and Labeling Compliance. (
  • These assays are valuable for discovering and assessing the potency of new chemical entities or other drug-like molecules, and for probing the mechanism of action of known inhibitors. (
  • The new compounds have been shown to activate latent HIV reservoirs with equal or greater potency than the original substance. (
  • Virtual screening, or VS, allows scientists to use advanced computer analyses to find potentially effective candidates from among millions of compounds in collections. (
  • A new compound developed by University of Bath scientists in collaboration with King's College London offers unprecedented protection against the harmful effects of UVA radiation in sunlight, which include photo-ageing, cell damage and cancer. (
  • Scientists are working hard to develop a number of potential drugs for the prevention or treatment of coronavirus, but none are currently approved by the FDA for these purposes. (
  • A new compound discovered by scientists at Scripps Research may prove to be a powerful weapon in the fight against one of the most aggressive and deadly types of cancer. (
  • Stopping these cells from doing their deadly deed is crucial to successful treatment, and the new compound - which the scientists have nicknamed RIPGBM - does just that. (
  • Diamondback Drugs was sold to Wedgewood Pharmacy in July 2018, where he now holds the position of VP Government and Regulatory Affairs. (
  • By simple acid treatments, poly(acrylic acid) (PAA)/poly(allylamine hydrochloride) (PAH) multilayers can form porous structures, which can act as drug reservoirs. (
  • This is a compounded preparation. (
  • This paper outlines progress to-date from the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Expert Panel on the Exchange of Compounded Drug Preparation Information in Health IT Systems. (
  • It was a privilege to participate in that process, which was directly informed by tragic events that adversely impacted patients, but spurred Congress to come together to enact bipartisan legislation that put in place a compounding framework with new safeguards for patients. (
  • Another knee jerk reaction by the Government ….obviously this is about the tragic deaths caused by some compounded pharmaceuticals in Mass. …but what about the huge number of deaths and other health issues caused by FDA Approved prescription drugs everyday, that have given Attorneys just another way to make millions of dollars? (
  • In a preclinical study published Nov. 5 in ACS Pharmacology and Translational Science , Dr. Liggett and colleagues identified and characterized 18 new compounds (agonists) that activate bitter taste receptor subtype TAS2R5 to promote relaxation (dilation) of human airway smooth muscle cells. (
  • For this drug discovery project, Dr. Liggett's laboratory collaborated with Jim Leahy, PhD, professor and chair of chemistry at the USF College of Arts and Sciences, and Steven An, PhD, professor of pharmacology at the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. (
  • By merging our strength in receptors, pharmacology, physiology, and drug development, our team was able to make the breakthrough. (
  • How they should be advancing their equipment, improving the delivery of compounds and success rates, and being the core interface for HTS, Chemistry, Biology, Pharmacology. (
  • The companies will exchange structure data and synthetic procedures, to facilitate actual use of the compounds, which will be shared in sufficient quantity to allow the receiving company to conduct high throughput screening for several years. (
  • It is a privilege to serve at FDA and be part of an Agency charged with protecting and promoting the public health-a mission that encompasses all that we do, including implementing the compounding provisions of the Drug Quality and Security Act. (
  • J.P. Holyoak, chairman of the group behind Prop 205, the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol in Arizona , says that by accepting the Insys donation, ARDP can no longer claim to represent "responsible drug policy. (
  • Use of CBD with alcohol or other drugs that slow brain activity, such as those used to treat anxiety, panic, stress, or sleep disorders, increases the risk of sedation and drowsiness, which can lead to injuries. (
  • In running tests that include FDA standard assays and some proprietary analytical technologies, the pharmacy found N- Dimethylformamide , or DMF, in what it considers a high level in specific lots of the drug valsartan. (
  • A recent analysis found that cancer drugs are themselves killing up to 50% of patients within thirty days, indicating that chemotherapy wa. (
  • The cross-disciplinary team found 1,10 phenanthroline-5,6-dione (T5-8 for short) to be the most promising of several lead compounds (drug candidates). (
  • A chemical compound that causes a substantial proportion of exposed people or animals to develop an allergic reaction in normal tissue after repeated exposure to the compound. (
  • Your pet may have a specific health need that cannot be addressed by an FDA-approved drug. (
  • The FDA has approved only one CBD product, a prescription drug product to treat seizures associated with Lennox Gastaut syndrome (LGS), Dravet syndrome (DS), or tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) in people one year of age and older. (
  • Senate bill S. 959 is a large and complex piece of legislation on compounded drugs. (
  • Assessing a drug compound by its activity, not simply its structure, is a new approach that could speed the search for COVID-19 therapies and reveal more potential therapies for other diseases. (