Flurbiprofen Pharmacokinetics: Interstrain and Sex Differences in Rats

@inproceedings{Pargal1998FlurbiprofenPI,
  title={Flurbiprofen Pharmacokinetics: Interstrain and Sex Differences in Rats},
  author={A. Pargal and B. Cherian and S. Rani and D. Joshi},
  year={1998}
}
Interstrain differences in the pharmacokinetic behaviour of drugs can influence their plasma concentration-time profiles and the extent of drug exposure, thereby influencing the outcome of animal toxicity studies. The pharmacokinetics of flurbiprofen was investigated in Wistar and Sprague–Dawley rats, the two most commonly used strains in toxicity studies. Flurbiprofen was administered orally at a dose of 2 mg kg−1 in a solution of polyethylene glycol) 400, to male and female Wistar and… Expand
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