TK for an IV Administered Drug

Dear Colleagues,

 

A CRO just finished a teratology study with TK in which the drug was administered intravenously. The TK report addressed back-extrapolated Co instead of Cmax. In the previously conducted general tox studies in rats and dogs at a different CRO, their kineticist used Cmax, which of course, was always achieved at the first time-point (5 minutes). I am curious as to opinions/experience on using back-extrapolated Co vs. Cmax in the TK assessment for IV tox studies. Thanks.

 

Barry

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Barry S. Levine, DSc

Diplomate, American Board of Toxicology

Levine Tox Consulting, LLC

Consultants in Toxicology

  and Nonclinical Development

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