alexa Maraviroc concentrates in the cervicovaginal fluid and vaginal tissue of HIV-negative women.
Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases

Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research

Author(s): Dumond JB, Patterson KB, Pecha AL, Werner RE, Andrews E, , Dumond JB, Patterson KB, Pecha AL, Werner RE, Andrews E,

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Abstract OBJECTIVE: To compare single- and multiple-dose maraviroc exposures in cervicovaginal fluid (CVF) and vaginal tissue (VT) with blood plasma (BP) and quantify maraviroc protein binding in CVF. DESIGN: Open-label pharmacokinetic study. METHODS: In 12 HIV-negative women, 7 paired CVF and BP samples were collected over 12 hours after 1 maraviroc dose. Subjects then received maraviroc twice daily for 7 days. After the last dose, subjects underwent CVF and BP sampling as on day 1, with additional sampling during terminal elimination. VT biopsies were obtained at steady state. RESULTS: Day 1 and day 7 median maraviroc CVF AUCtau were 1.9- and 2.7-fold higher, respectively, than BP. On day 1, 6 of 12 subjects had detectable maraviroc CVF concentrations within 1 hour; 12 of 12 were detectable within 2 hours, and all exceeded the protein-free IC90. On day 7, maraviroc CVF protein binding was 7.6\% and the VT AUCtau was 1.9-fold higher than BP. Maraviroc CVF concentrations 72 hours after dose and BP concentrations 12 hours after dose were similar. CONCLUSIONS: Higher maraviroc exposure in the female genital tract provides a pharmacologic basis for further evaluation of chemokine receptor 5 antagonists in HIV infection prophylaxis. This is the first study to report antiretroviral VT concentrations, CVF protein binding, and CVF terminal elimination.
This article was published in J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr and referenced in Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research

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