A Prodrug Approach Involving In Situ Depot Formation to Achieve Localized and Sustained Action of Diclofenac After Joint Injection

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A Prodrug Approach Involving In Situ Depot Formation to Achieve Localized and Sustained Action of Diclofenac After Joint Injection. / Thing, Mette; Agårdh, Li; Larsen, Susan; Rasmussen, Rune; Pallesen, Jakob; Mertz, Nina; Kristensen, Jesper Langgaard; Hansen, Martin; Ostergaard, Jesper; Larsen, Claus Selch.

In: Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Vol. 103, No. 12, 2014, p. 4021–4029.

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Thing, M, Agårdh, L, Larsen, S, Rasmussen, R, Pallesen, J, Mertz, N, Kristensen, JL, Hansen, M, Ostergaard, J & Larsen, CS 2014, 'A Prodrug Approach Involving In Situ Depot Formation to Achieve Localized and Sustained Action of Diclofenac After Joint Injection', Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol. 103, no. 12, pp. 4021–4029. https://doi.org/10.1002/jps.24221

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Thing, M., Agårdh, L., Larsen, S., Rasmussen, R., Pallesen, J., Mertz, N., ... Larsen, C. S. (2014). A Prodrug Approach Involving In Situ Depot Formation to Achieve Localized and Sustained Action of Diclofenac After Joint Injection. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 103(12), 4021–4029. https://doi.org/10.1002/jps.24221

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Thing M, Agårdh L, Larsen S, Rasmussen R, Pallesen J, Mertz N et al. A Prodrug Approach Involving In Situ Depot Formation to Achieve Localized and Sustained Action of Diclofenac After Joint Injection. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2014;103(12):4021–4029. https://doi.org/10.1002/jps.24221

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Thing, Mette ; Agårdh, Li ; Larsen, Susan ; Rasmussen, Rune ; Pallesen, Jakob ; Mertz, Nina ; Kristensen, Jesper Langgaard ; Hansen, Martin ; Ostergaard, Jesper ; Larsen, Claus Selch. / A Prodrug Approach Involving In Situ Depot Formation to Achieve Localized and Sustained Action of Diclofenac After Joint Injection. In: Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2014 ; Vol. 103, No. 12. pp. 4021–4029.

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abstract = "Long-acting nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug formulations for intra-articular injection might be effective in the management of joint pain and inflammation associated sports injuries and osteoarthritis. In this study, a prodrug-based delivery system was evaluated. The synthesized diclofenac ester prodrug, a weak base (pKa 7.52), has relatively high solubility at low pH (6.5 mg mL(-1) at pH 4) and much lower solubility at physiological pH (4.5 μg mL(-1) at pH 7.4) at 37°C. In biological media including 80{\%} (v/v) human synovial fluid (SF), the prodrug was cleaved to diclofenac mediated by esterases. In situ precipitation of the prodrug was observed upon addition of a concentrated slightly acidic prodrug solution to phosphate buffer or SF at pH 7.4. The degree of supersaturation accompanying the precipitation process was more pronounced in SF than in phosphate buffer. In the rotating dialysis cell model, a slightly acidic prodrug solution was added to the donor cell containing 80{\%} SF resulting in a continuous appearance of diclofenac in the acceptor phase for more than 43 h after an initial lag period of 8 h. Detectable amounts of prodrug were found in the rat joint up to 8 days after knee injection of the acidic prodrug solution. {\circledC} 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. and the American Pharmacists Association J Pharm Sci.",
author = "Mette Thing and Li Ag{\aa}rdh and Susan Larsen and Rune Rasmussen and Jakob Pallesen and Nina Mertz and Kristensen, {Jesper Langgaard} and Martin Hansen and Jesper Ostergaard and Larsen, {Claus Selch}",
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AU - Pallesen, Jakob

AU - Mertz, Nina

AU - Kristensen, Jesper Langgaard

AU - Hansen, Martin

AU - Ostergaard, Jesper

AU - Larsen, Claus Selch

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N2 - Long-acting nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug formulations for intra-articular injection might be effective in the management of joint pain and inflammation associated sports injuries and osteoarthritis. In this study, a prodrug-based delivery system was evaluated. The synthesized diclofenac ester prodrug, a weak base (pKa 7.52), has relatively high solubility at low pH (6.5 mg mL(-1) at pH 4) and much lower solubility at physiological pH (4.5 μg mL(-1) at pH 7.4) at 37°C. In biological media including 80% (v/v) human synovial fluid (SF), the prodrug was cleaved to diclofenac mediated by esterases. In situ precipitation of the prodrug was observed upon addition of a concentrated slightly acidic prodrug solution to phosphate buffer or SF at pH 7.4. The degree of supersaturation accompanying the precipitation process was more pronounced in SF than in phosphate buffer. In the rotating dialysis cell model, a slightly acidic prodrug solution was added to the donor cell containing 80% SF resulting in a continuous appearance of diclofenac in the acceptor phase for more than 43 h after an initial lag period of 8 h. Detectable amounts of prodrug were found in the rat joint up to 8 days after knee injection of the acidic prodrug solution. © 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. and the American Pharmacists Association J Pharm Sci.

AB - Long-acting nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug formulations for intra-articular injection might be effective in the management of joint pain and inflammation associated sports injuries and osteoarthritis. In this study, a prodrug-based delivery system was evaluated. The synthesized diclofenac ester prodrug, a weak base (pKa 7.52), has relatively high solubility at low pH (6.5 mg mL(-1) at pH 4) and much lower solubility at physiological pH (4.5 μg mL(-1) at pH 7.4) at 37°C. In biological media including 80% (v/v) human synovial fluid (SF), the prodrug was cleaved to diclofenac mediated by esterases. In situ precipitation of the prodrug was observed upon addition of a concentrated slightly acidic prodrug solution to phosphate buffer or SF at pH 7.4. The degree of supersaturation accompanying the precipitation process was more pronounced in SF than in phosphate buffer. In the rotating dialysis cell model, a slightly acidic prodrug solution was added to the donor cell containing 80% SF resulting in a continuous appearance of diclofenac in the acceptor phase for more than 43 h after an initial lag period of 8 h. Detectable amounts of prodrug were found in the rat joint up to 8 days after knee injection of the acidic prodrug solution. © 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. and the American Pharmacists Association J Pharm Sci.

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