Advantages for Transdermal over Oral Oxybutynin to Treat Overactive Bladder: Muscarinic Receptor Binding, Plasma Drug Concentration, and Salivary Secretion

@article{Oki2006AdvantagesFT,
  title={Advantages for Transdermal over Oral Oxybutynin to Treat Overactive Bladder: Muscarinic Receptor Binding, Plasma Drug Concentration, and Salivary Secretion},
  author={Tomomi Oki and Ayako Toma-Okura and Shizuo Yamada},
  journal={Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics},
  year={2006},
  volume={316},
  pages={1137 - 1145}
}
To clarify pharmacological usefulness of transdermal oxybutynin in the therapy of overactive bladder, we have characterized muscarinic receptor binding in rat tissues with measurement of plasma concentrations of oxybutynin and its metabolite N-desethyl-oxybutynin (DEOB) and salivation after transdermal oxybutynin compared with oral route. At 1 and 3 h after oral administration of oxybutynin, there was a significant increase in apparent dissociation constant (Kd) for specific [N-methyl-3H… Expand
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