Anthony M DeLise

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A β-actin-luc transgenic mouse model was used to evaluate whether embryo-fetal exposure could occur after intravaginal administration of a compound. A bioluminescent substrate, d-luciferin, was delivered intravaginally to mimic compound exposure to the female reproductive track and the embryo-fetus. Bioluminescence was observed throughout the reproductive(More)
Small molecule pharmaceutical products are assumed to reach concentrations in semen similar to those in blood plasma. Exposure modeling for these small-molecule products in humans assumes a daily dose of 5mL of semen and 100% absorption from the vagina with distribution to the conceptus through the maternal systemic circulation. Monoclonal antibody drugs(More)
During the past two decades the use and refinements of imaging modalities have markedly increased making it possible to image embryos and fetuses used in pivotal nonclinical studies submitted to regulatory agencies. Implementing these technologies into the Good Laboratory Practice environment requires rigorous testing, validation, and documentation to(More)
The combination of artemether plus lumefantrine is a type of artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT) recommended by the World Health Organization for uncomplicated falciparum malaria except in the first trimester of pregnancy. The first trimester restriction was based on the marked embryotoxicity in animals (including embryo death and cardiac and(More)
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