Investigating ABCB1-Mediated Drug-Drug Interactions: Considerations for In vitro and In vivo Assay Design.

CímInvestigating ABCB1-Mediated Drug-Drug Interactions: Considerations for In vitro and In vivo Assay Design.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsSáfár Z, Vaskó B, Ritchie TK, Imre G, Mogyorósi K, Erdő F, Rajnai Z, Szerémy P, Muka L, Zolnerciks JK, Herédi-Szabó K, Ragueneau-Majlessi I, Krajcsi P
JournalCurrent Drug Metabolism
Volume17
Start Page430
Issue5
KulcsszavakDrug-drug interaction (DDI), in vitro assay, in vivo assay, membrane transporter, P-glycoprotein, regulatory draft guidance
Abstract

BACKGROUND:
ABCB1 is a key ABC efflux transporter modulating the pharmacokinetics of a large percentage of drugs. ABCB1 is also a site of transporter mediated drug-drug interactions (tDDI). It is the transporter most frequently tested for tDDIs both in vitro and in the clinic.

OBJECTIVE:
Understanding the limitations of various in vitro and in vivo models, therefore, is crucial. In this review we cover regulatory aspects of ABCB1 mediated drug transport as well as inhibition and the available models and methods. We also discuss protein structure and mechanistic aspects of transport as ABCB1 displays complex kinetics that involves multiple binding sites, potentiation of transport and probe-dependent IC50 values.

RESULTS:
Permeability of drugs both passive and mediated by transporters is also a covariate that modulates apparent kinetic values. Levels of expression as well as lipid composition of the expression system used in in vitro studies have also been acknowledged as determinates of transporter activity. ABCB1-mediated clinical tDDIs are often complex as multiple transporters as well as metabolic enzymes may play a role. This complexity often masks the role of ABCB1 in tDDIs.

CONCLUSION:
It is expected that utilization of in vitro data will further increase with the refinement of simulations. It is also anticipated that transporter humanized preclinical models have a significant impact and utility.

Webcímhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26728264