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Flubendazole, methyl ester of [5-(4-fluorobenzoyl)-1H-benzimidazol-2-yl]carbamic acid, belongs to the group of benzimidazole anthelmintics, which are widely used in veterinary and human medicine. The phase I flubendazole biotransformation includes a hydrolysis of the carbamoyl methyl moiety accompanied by a decarboxylation (hydrolysed flubendazole) and a(More)
Nabumetone is a non-acidic, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory prodrug. Following oral administration, the prodrug is converted in the liver to 6-methoxy-2-naphthylacetic acid (6-MNA), which was found to be the principal metabolite responsible for the NSAID effect. The pathway of nabumetone transformation to 6-MNA has not been clarified, with no intermediates(More)
Racemic misonidazole, a radiosensitizer formally used in radiation therapy of cancer and to date still applied, was once reported to exhibit strong inhibitory effects on mouse glutathione peroxidases (GPX). This appeared to qualify misonidazole as a lead structure for the development of novel GPX inhibitors to cause oxidative stress in(More)
New HPLC phases with supramolecular selectors on the basis of calixarenes and resorcinarenes were investigated for the first time by means of empirically based test mixtures. The tests, originally developed for common reversed phases, were chosen to evaluate fundamental chromatographic properties of the new materials. In the first part of these studies(More)
The chromatographic behaviour of a new HPLC-stationary phase (Chromolith RP-18e) is described for separation of beta-blockers. The effects of the different chromatographic conditions (buffer system, pH value, content of organic modifier, injection volume and flow rate) on the separation behaviour were studied. At higher flow rates the peaks seemed to be(More)
Six different calixarene-bonded phases were characterized by analyzing 36 and 26 solutes at pH 3 and 7, respectively. Dolan and Snyder's multiple term linear equation was used to correlate retention factors k' to parameters of the solutes and columns. The column parameters have been related to molecular properties of the stationary phases and new(More)
Five acidic calix[4]arenes with carboxylic or sulfonic groups at either the upper or lower rim of the cavity and one resorc[4]arene were investigated to separate three thioxanthenes (flupentixol, clopenthixol, chlorprothixene) and a dibenz[b,e]oxepin derivative (doxepin) with cis-/trans-isomerism by nonaqueous capillary electrophoresis (NACE). Partial(More)
In this study the effect of type and concentration of chaotropic counter anion in buffered mobile phase on retention behaviour of some beta-blockers was studied. Two types of anions (perchlorate, dihydrogen phosphate) were examined under different concentrations. Further different pH-values for each anion were used to investigate the effect of pH changes on(More)
Calixarene-bonded stationary phases in HPLC are known to support additional interactions compared to conventional alkyl-bonded phases (pi-pi interactions, complex-building interactions). Thus it cannot be presumed that the same mechanisms of retention apply and that retention can be predicted in similar ways. Here 31 solutes of highly various molecular(More)
The chromatographic behavior of six calix[n]arene phases (n=4, 6, 8) and one calix[4]resorcinarene phase is described for the separation of cis- and trans-isomers of three thioxanthene (flupentixol, clopenthixol, chlorprothixene) and one benz[b,e]oxepin derivative (doxepin). The influences of two different organic modifiers (MeOH, MeCN) for the separation(More)