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Applicability of HPLC Chiral Stationary Phases to Pharmacokinetic and Disposition Studies on Enantiomeric Drugs

  • Irving W. Wainer
Part of the Methodological Surveys in Biochemistry and Analysis book series (MSBA, volume 16 A)

Abstract

The scope of this article is evident from the section headings.
  • Resolution of enantiomeric drugs on HPLC chiral stationary phases (CSP’s). # Resolution of enantiomers as diastereoisomers. # Resolution of enantiomers on CSP’s.

  • Commercially available CSP’s. # Type I CSP’s. # Type II CSP’s. # Type III CSP’s. # Type IV CSP’s.

  • Type I CSP’s in pharmacological studies. # An overview. # Studies of the stereoselectivity of propranolol disposition and clearance. # Stereochemical aspects of the metabolism of ibuprofen. # Glutethv-mide metabolism in glutethimide-intoxicated patients. # Pharmacological studies of the stereoselective metabolism of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.

  • Pharmacokinetic applications using other CSP’s. # An overview. # Determination of (R)- and (S)-disopyramide in human plasma.

  • A look toward the future.

Keywords

Chiral HPLC Enantiomeric Composition Chiral Resolution Methyl Amide Cellulose Carbamate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Irving W. Wainer
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  1. 1.Division of Drug ChemistryU.S. Food and Drug AdministrationUSA

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