alexa Role of In-silico modeling in Drug Development for Inhalation Treatment

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Role of In-silico modeling in Drug Development for Inhalation Treatment

In-silico modeling is increasingly being used for simulation of adsorption, distribution, metabolization, and excretion to predict the curve of plasma levels and bioavailability of oral drug formulations. Computational models for the prediction of other application routes are less common. Preliminary data shows that GastroPlusTM simulation software appears suitable for prediction of drug plasma levels of inhaled drugs in healthy individuals. Since also the influence of physiological variations on lung deposition can be simulated, this software could be a valuable tool in the screening of promising formulations.

 

Shengqian Wu, Salar-Behzadi S, Fröhlich E (2013) Role of In-silico modeling in Drug Development for Inhalation Treatment. J Mol Pharm Org Process Res 1:106.

 
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