Synthesis, In Vitro Hydrolysis, Bioanalytical Method Development and Pharmacokinetic Study of an Amide Prodrug of Ibuprofen
Ritu Ojha, Kunal Nepali, Rohit Goyal, Kanaya Lal Dhar and Tilakraj Bhardwaj
Pages 261-271 (11)
Ibuprofen, one of the most widely used non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, is an aryl acetic acid derivative,
which is an active ingredient in variety of oral formulations such as tablets, gel, pellets, and syrup dosage forms used
worldwide. Gastric side effects of ibuprofen are attributed to the presence of free – COOH group and inhibition of endogenous
prostaglandins. In recent years, considerable research has been directed at designing prodrugs of ibuprofen with
reduced gastro-intestinal toxicity. Numerous ester and amide prodrugs of ibuprofen have been reported. With this background,
the present work involves the synthesis, analytical method development, in-vitro hydrolysis, bioanalytical method
development, and pharmacokinetics study of an amide prodrug of Ibuprofen coded as TRB-559.
Bioanalytical Method Development, Validation, In Vitro Hydrolysis, Pharmacokinetics Study, Non- Steroidal Antiinflammatory Drugs, Analgesic, Prodrug, Prostaglandins, Pharmacokinetics, Drug Release
Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis, ISF College of Pharmacy, Ferozepur Road, Ghal Kalan, Moga, 142 001 Punjab, India.