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oxamniquine     [7-nitro-2-[(propan-2- ylamino)methyl]-1,2...

Synonyms: Mansil, Vansil, Oxamniquina, Oxaminiquine, Oxamniquinum, ...
 
 
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Chemical compound and disease context of oxamniquine

 

Biological context of oxamniquine

  • The meeting addressed general issues of the organization of public health services, but focused on schistosomiasis where the development of effective, single oral dose chemotherapy (using oxamniquine or praziquantel) is seen as a realistic intervention for large-scale control throughout the 74 endemic countries [15].
  • Oxamniquine pharmacokinetics in hepatosplenic schistosomiasis in the Sudan [16].
  • A significant correlation between oxamniquine AUC and T1/2 suggests that its elimination may be non-linear [16].
  • On days 70 and 160 two other groups of infected mice were treated with 400 mg/kg of oxamniquine and portal pressure was measured 90 days later (160 and 250 days after infection) [17].
  • The DNA fraction from sensitive worms contained radioactive oxamniquine at a level corresponding to about 1 drug molecule per 50,000 base pairs, while the DNA from resistant worms contained essentially no drug [18].
 

Anatomical context of oxamniquine

  • The central nervous system effects of oxamniquine are reviewed with respect to its possible epileptogenic effects [19].
  • Twenty male patients (mean age 23 years) with Schistosoma mansoni infections (mean egg count 429 +/- 311/g feces) were each treated with oxamniquine orally in a single daily dose of 20 mg/kg for 3 consecutive days [20].
  • A characteristic feature of Ro11-3128 treatment in vitro is the formation of exudates and membranous blebs at the schistosomular surface; other drugs tested, such as Ro15-5458 and oxamniquine which are also effective against the skin stages but relatively ineffective in inducing protection, do not induce this reaction [21].
  • 1. The extent of metabolism of oxamniquine, 6-hydroxymethyl-7-nitro-2-isopropylaminomethyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydroquinoline, in the gut of the dog has been studied using an intestinal preparation which allows collection of the outflow from the portal vein [22].
  • Oxamniquine significantly increased the activities of serum transaminases and alkaline phosphatase and caused necrosis in some liver cells [23].
 

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Gene context of oxamniquine

  • In contrast, only 1 serum was synergistic with oxamniquine when administered with drug and both sera were synergistic when given 6-9 days after drug treatment [28].
  • The sera from 15 infected patients before and 2 years after treatment with oxamniquine (n = 30) recognized bands ranging in molecular weight from 9 to 200 Kd [29].
  • 7. The infection of mice with 30 cercariae of S. mansoni induced portal hypertension, both during the acute and chronic phases and treatment with oxamniquine caused portal pressure to return to normal levels [17].
  • Combined low doses of praziquantel and oxamniquine were tested against different stages of Schistosoma mansoni in infected Swiss albino mice [30].
  • The prophylactic and curative effects of praziquantel and oxamniquine on a Saudi Arabian strain of Schistosoma mansoni in MF-1 mice were assessed [31].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of oxamniquine

  • At one extreme the development of effective single-dose oral drugs such as praziquantel and oxamniquine makes mass chemotherapy a practical option [32].
  • The reported occurrence of drug-resistant schistosomes after treatment with oxamniquine and praziquantel suggests strict monitoring of such phenomena and encourages renewed efforts toward the development of multiple drugs against this human parasite [9].
  • Infected recipients and donors with active lesions were treated at least 1 month before transplantation by combined antischistosomal drugs (praziquantel and oxamniquine) [33].
  • The serologic activity of a cationic fraction (denoted CEF6) of Schistosoma mansoni soluble egg antigen was compared in an ELISA with that of the unpurified soluble egg antigen for the ability to detect human infections and for the prediction of chemotherapeutic success in patients followed up to 5 years post-treatment with oxamniquine [34].
  • Treatment of the animals with a schistosomicidal compound (oxamniquine) almost completely abolished the immunosuppression [35].

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