TITLE

Investigation of Solvolysis Kinetics of New Synthesized Fluocinolone Acetonide C-21 Esters—An In Vitro Model for Prodrug Activation

AUTHOR(S)
Markovic, Bojan D.; Dobricic, Vladimir D.; Vladimirov, Sote M.; Cudina, Olivera A.; Savic, Vladimir M.; Karljikovic-Rajic, Katarina D.
PUB. DATE
March 2011
SOURCE
Molecules;Mar2011, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p2658
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In this study the solvolysis of newly synthesized fluocinolone acetonide C-21 esters was analysed in comparison with fluocinonide during a 24-hour period of time. The solvolysis was performed in an ethanol-water (90:10 v/v) mixture using the excess of NaHCO3. The solvolytic mixtures of each investigated ester have been assayed by a RPHPLC method using isocratic elution with methanol-water (75:25 v/v); flow rate 1 mL/min; detection at 238 nm; temperature 25 °C. Solvolytic rate constants were calculated from the obtained data. Geometry optimizations and charges calculations were carried out by Gaussian W03 software. A good correlation (R = 0.9924) was obtained between solvolytic rate constants and the polarity of the C-O2 bond of those esters. The established relation between solvolytic rate constant (K) and lipophilicity (cLogP) with experimental anti-inflammatory activity could be indicative for topical corticosteroid prodrug activation.
ACCESSION #
68631721

 

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