alexa Identification of trimetazidine metabolites in human urine and plasma.
Pharmaceutical Sciences

Pharmaceutical Sciences

Journal of Bioequivalence & Bioavailability

Author(s): Jackson PJ, Brownsill RD, Taylor AR, Resplandy G, Walther B,

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Abstract 1. The objective was to use modern mass spectrometric techniques to update current information on the metabolism of trimetazidine in human subjects found by previous studies. 2. Urine and plasma samples were taken from four healthy human volunteers taking part in a larger kinetic study. Each subject received an oral dose of 80-mg trimetazidine daily for 4 days. 3. Identification and quantitation of trimetazidine and its metabolites in urine and plasma were achieved using modern liquid chromatography-mass spectrometric methods. 4. The major drug-related component observed in urine and plasma was unchanged trimetazidine. In addition to the parent drug, 10 metabolites were detected in urine in concentrations ranging from 0.008 (0.01\% dose) to 1.094 (1.4\% dose). Metabolic profiles following acute and chronic doses of trimetazidine were qualitatively similar.
This article was published in Xenobiotica and referenced in Journal of Bioequivalence & Bioavailability

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