Advances in the Physicochemical Profiling of Opioid Compounds of Therapeutic Interest.

Mazák, Károly ✉ [Mazák, Károly (Analitikai kémia,...), szerző] Gyógyszerészi Kémiai Intézet (SE / GYTK); Noszál, Béla [Noszál, Béla (analitikai kémia), szerző] Gyógyszerészi Kémiai Intézet (SE / GYTK); Hosztafi, Sándor [Hosztafi, Sándor (Szerves kémia), szerző] Gyógyszerészi Kémiai Intézet (SE / GYTK)

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Összefoglaló cikk (Folyóiratcikk)
Megjelent: CHEMISTRYOPEN 2191-1363 8 (7) pp. 879-887 2019
  • SJR Scopus - Chemistry (miscellaneous): Q2
Azonosítók
This review focuses on recent developments in the physicochemical profiling of morphine and other opioids. The acid-base properties and lipophilicity of these compounds is discussed at the microscopic, species-specific level. Examples are provided where this type of information can reveal the mechanism of pharmacokinetic processes at the submolecular level. The role of lipophilicity in quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR) studies of opioids is reviewed. The physicochemical properties and pharmacology of the main metabolites of morphine are also discussed. Recent studies indicate that the active metabolite morphine-6-glucuronide (M6G) can contribute to the analgesic activity of systemically administered morphine. The unexpectedly high lipophilicity of M6G partly accounts for its analgesic activity. When administered parenterally, another suspected minor metabolite, morphine-6-sulfate (M6S) has superior antinociceptive effects to those of morphine. However, because sulfate esters of morphine derivatives cannot cross the blood-brain barrier these esters may be good candidates to develop peripheral analgesic drugs.
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