alexa Disposition of everolimus in mdr1a- 1b- mice and after a pre-treatment of lapatinib in Swiss mice.
Pharmaceutical Sciences

Pharmaceutical Sciences

Journal of Bioequivalence & Bioavailability

Author(s): Chu C, Abbara C, NolHudson MS, ThomasBourgneuf L, Gonin P,

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Abstract The aim of this study was to document the in vivo transport of everolimus (inhibitor of mTOR) by P-glycoprotein (P-gp), and to investigate the influence of lapatinib (inhibitor of P-gp) on everolimus disposition. Pharmacokinetics of everolimus (0.25mg/kg) has been investigated after oral administration in mdr1a-/1b- mice compared to the wild type. Also, everolimus pharmacokinetics was characterized after oral administration on Swiss mice either alone or after 2 days of pre-treatment of lapatinib (200mg/kg). The influence of lapatinib pre-treatment on intestinal P-gp expression was investigated by Western blot analysis. The non-compartimental analysis was performed using Winonlin professional version 4.1 software (Pharsight, Mountain View, CA). The areas under the plasma concentration-time curve (AUC) were compared using Bailer's method. A significant 1.3-fold increase of everolimus AUC observed in mdr1a-/1b- mice suggested that everolimus is transported in vivo by intestinal P-gp in mice. In addition, a 2.6-fold significant increase of everolimus AUC with lapatinib pre-treatment as compared with the everolimus alone group was noticed. The elimination half-life was comparable (t(1/2)=5.3h vs. t(1/2)=4h). A 38.5\% significant decrease of P-gp expression was observed in duodenum segment in lapatinib pre-treated group as compared with control group. In conclusion, lapatinib enhanced everolimus absorption by decreasing intestinal P-gp expression. An inhibition of CYP 450 could not be excluded. These results confirm the necessity of a therapeutic monitoring of everolimus combined with an inhibitor of the P-gp and CYP 450 like lapatinib in a future anti-tumor treatment. This article was published in Biochem Pharmacol and referenced in Journal of Bioequivalence & Bioavailability

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