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Vorinostat is a member of a larger class of compounds that inhibit histone deacetylases

A total of 155 children were screened for enrollment in the study, with 110 children being excluded on the basis of the enrollment criteria. The predominant reasons for exclusion were based on either the age or the weight criterion. Forty-five Vorinostat children meeting enrollment criteria for the PK substudy were enrolled: 23 in the AL arm and 22 in the AQ-AS arm. Four patients (three receiving AL and one receiving AQ-AS) failed to complete the study due to the withdrawal of consent (n=2), the medication was taken incorrectly (n=1), and the dose failed to be repeated within 30 min of vomiting (n=1). Thus, a total of 20 children in the AL arm and 21 children in the AQ-AS arm completed the study.
One Raltegravir patient in the AQ-AS study arm received a slightly higher total AQ dose (650 mg instead of 600 mg of AQ was administered) than appropriate on the basis of the dosing algorithm; the data for this patient were included. One child vomited a dose of AL within 30 min on the first day of treatment, and this dose was Lenalidomide repeated. The baseline mean standard deviation age and weight of the participants were 8.9+/-2.1 years and 26.1 +/- 6.8 kg, respectively, for the AQ-AS arm and 8.9 +/-2.3 years and 26.5 +/-5.8 kg, respectively, for the AL arm. The baseline hemoglobin concentrations, heights, and gender proportions were similar for the two groups (data not shown). There were no serious adverse events reported with any of the PK substudy treatments. All patients responded to treatment, with only a single episode of recurrent parasitemia occurring within 28 days in the AL arm.
The participant with the Telaprevir recurrence received AL and developed infection with a new parasite on day 25, as classified by parasite genotyping. PKs of AS-DHA and AR-DHA. The values of the PK parameters for AS and DHA for children in the group treated with AQ-AS and for AR and DHA in the group treated with AL are summarized in Table 1. Pooling of Raf Inhibitors the data across subjects was necessary for AS but not for its active metabolite, DHA, nor was it necessary for AR-DHA in the AL regimen. For AS, the estimated Cmax and AUC0 were 51 ng/ml and 113 ng _ h/ml, respectively; and for DHA, the geometric mean Cmax and AUC were 473 ng/ml (90% CI, 42 to 624 ng/ml) and 1,404 ng h/ml (90% CI, 1,296 to 1,721 ng h/ml), respectively. For the AL group, the mean estimates of Cmax and AUC were 34 ng/ml (90% CI, 31 to 48 ng/ml) and 168 ng . h/ml (90% CI, 153 to 220 ng. h/ml), respectively, for AR and 119 ng/ml (90% CI, 110 to 153 ng/ml) and 382 ng . h/ml (90% CI, 348 to 460 ng . h/ml), respectively, for DHA.

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