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Nicotine_MechKiM_V16R1_UniversityOfManchester_20210421
https://doi.org/10.1124/jpet.118.251413 Nicotine compound file with MechKiM
Rosuvastatin_V17R1_ASTAR_20190724
The submitted compound file for Rosuvastatin uses ADAM, Full-PBPK method 2, enzyme kinetics for metabolism and transporter kinetics for the permeability limited liver model and MechKim model. Tissue : Plasma partition coefficients have been modified to include data obtained from rat distribution studies. It has been used together with the unmodified Sim-Healthy Volunteer library file. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31079160
Fenebrutinib_V19R1_Pfizer_20210804
An optimized Rosuvastatin (V19) model was used and DDIs predominantly driven by gut BCRP inhibition are reasonably recovered. Altogether, the following inhibitors were used: Capmatinib Fenebrutinib Fostamatinib Itraconazole Zepatier The workspace represents the DDI between Rosuvastatin and Fenebrutinib. Notes: - The fuGut in the inhibitor file is set as user input to 1. - An additional systemic clearance of 1.1 L/h is included in the submitted file. Link to the publication with further details: http://doi.org/10.1002/psp4.12672
Zepatier_V19R1_Pfizer_20210804
An optimized Rosuvastatin (V19) model was used and DDIs predominantly driven by gut BCRP inhibition are reasonably recovered. Altogether, the following inhibitors were used: Capmatinib Fenebrutinib Fostamatinib Itraconazole Zepatier The workspace represents the DDI between Rosuvastatin and Zepatier. Zepatier is an antiviral medicine that contains the active substances elbasvir and grazoprevir. The two compounds were simulated as Inhibitor 1 and Inhibitor 2, respectively. Link to the publication with further details: http://doi.org/10.1002/psp4.12672

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