Inhibition of cytochrome p450 enzymes by enrofloxacin in the sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax).
Pharmacokinetics of Tramadol and its Metabolites M1, M2 and M5 in Horses Following Intravenous, Immediate Release (Fasted/Fed) and Sustained Release Single Dose Administration
Effects of β-naphthoflavone on the cytochrome P450 system, and phase II enzymes in gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata)
Pharmacokinetics of the novel atypical opioid tapentadol following oral and intravenous administration in dogs.
Pharmacokinetics of Bedrocan®, a cannabis oil extract, in fasting and fed dogs: An explorative study.
Toxicokinetics and tissue distribution of nivalenol in broiler chickens.
Effect of chronic and acute heat challenges on fecal microbiota composition, production, and thermoregulation traits in growing pigs1,2
Investigating the impact of heat challenges on gut microbiota composition in growing pigs and its relationship with pigs’ performance and thermoregulation responses revealed that the Turicibacter–Sarcina–Clostridium sensu stricto dominated enterotype was better adapted to heat stress conditions with lower thermoreGulation variations.
Quantification of tapentadol in canine plasma by HPLC with spectrofluorimetric detection: development and validation of a new methodology.
Pharmacokinetic and urine profile of tramadol and its major metabolites following oral immediate release capsules administration in dogs
- M. Giorgi, S. Carlo, G. Saccomanni, B. Łebkowska-Wieruszewska, C. Kowalski
- Biology, MedicineVeterinary research communications
- 16 June 2009
After oral administration of tramadol immediate release capsules, the absorption of the active ingredient was rapid, but its rapid metabolism quickly transformed the parental drug to high levels of M5 and M2, showing an extensive elimination via the kidney.