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Population pharmacokinetic modeling of caffeine in preterm infants with apnea of prematurity: New findings from concomitant erythromycin and AHR genetic polymorphisms.

Significant intersubject variability exists in current standard-dose caffeine therapy, which have significant intersubject variability. This research sought to identify and evaluate preterm infants' caffeine use by extensive testing of covariates and then to introduce model-informed precision dosing of caffeine for this group. In this study, a total of 129 caffeine concentrations from 96 premature neonates were included. A nonlinear mixed effects modeling system was used to perform PPK analysis. Multiple graphic and statistical techniques were used to develop final models based on the current weight or body surface area. Concomitant ERY therapy and rs2158041 under different dosage regimens, according to Monte Carlo experiments, trough concentrations of caffeine in preterm infants would be affected by concomitant ERY therapy and rs2158041. ERY and rs2158041 were discovered to be responsible for the elimination of caffeine in premature infants for the first time. These findings reveal new insights into caffeine precision therapy for preterm infants.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phrs.2022.106416


Eudragit® L100/Polyvinyl Alcohol Nanoparticles Impregnated Mucoadhesive Films as Ocular Inserts for Controlled Delivery of Erythromycin: Development, Characterization and In Vivo Evaluation.

One of many issues related to the topical administration of conventional dosage forms is the rapid removal of drugs from the cornea. The film-casting technique was used to produce the mucoadhesive films containing sodium alginate, gelatin, cyclodextrin, cyclodextrin-u03b1 and u03b2 as polymeric film matrices, with matrices made. Following the introduction of inserts in the cul-de-sac, an in vivo analysis was carried out by collecting tear samples of rabbits using a new, non-invasive technique. With more than 20 mm diameter in blocked growth zones, all formulations demonstrated antibacterial activity against E. coli and S. aureus. During the first 120 hours of study, the inserts displayed promising pharmacokinetics with AUC0-120 of 30,000-36,000 g/mL, a Cmax of more than 1800 g/mL, and maintained drug concentration above the threshold of 5 g/mL. As ocular inserts, nanoparticle-containing, mucoadhesive films could be produced as ocular inserts and can extend the topical ocular delivery of ERY.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/biomedicines10081917


Erythromycin Estolate Is a Potent Inhibitor Against HCoV-OC43 by Directly Inactivating the Virus Particle.

Hence, the new research was intended to determine the antiviral effects of erythromycin estolate against human coronavirus strain OC43, as well as the underlying mechanisms. Erythromycin estolate effectively reduced HCoV-OC43 infection in various cell types and greatly reduced virus titers at safe levels without cell cytotoxicity. Fortunately, it was found that erythromycin estolate was a potentially therapeutic drug for HCoV-OC43 infection.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fcimb.2022.905248


Evolution of antibiotic resistance genes and bacterial community during erythromycin fermentation residue composting.

The elimination of antibiotic resistance genes is the greatest obstacle to treating erythromycin fermentation residues. For 30 days, 0%, 10%, and 30% spray-dried EFR were composted with bulking materials made of cattle manure and maize straw. The electrical conductivities were also increased by 66. 7 percent and 291. 7 percent in T1 and T2 samples, respectively, due to the high prevalence of erythromycin. After 30 days of composting, total ARGs in the samples of control were reduced by 71%-91. 2%, but T1 and T2's were up 14. 5-16. 7-fold and 38. 7-fold, with T1 and T2 decreasing 14. 5-16. 7-fold and 38. 7-fold. The samples of T1 and T2 at D13 and 30, including that ermF, comprised more than 80% of the total ARGs, with ribosomal protection dominating the samples. Besides, erythromycin and high salinity, as well as high salinity, may have a synergistic effect on ARGs and their hosts' enrichment.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2022.119746


Heterogeneous adsorbent based on CeZrO2 nanoparticles doped magnetic graphene oxide used for vortex assisted magnetic dispersive solid phase extraction of erythromycin in chicken.

A simple, fast, and cost-effective method of vortex assisted magnetic dispersive solid phase extraction for separation and pre-concentration of erythromycin in chicken samples prior to high LC-UV determination has been developed. The effects of critical parameters such as pH, amount of sorbent, vortexing time, sample volume, and desorption conditions were investigated in order to obtain the best extraction condition and maximum extraction efficiency of erythromycin. One of the most common animal products, a high success of the new method for separation and determination of erythromycin residues in chicken was reported by over 94 percent.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1080/19440049.2022.2096929

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