Techniques For Cleansing the Body and Detoxifying

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Informationintensive omic resources

With a transcriptome of 30,000 protein-coding genes and an even larger proteome, omic (as in gen-omic) methodologies (52), aiming to systematically study biology in aggregate and powered by high-throughput data production, have become increasingly important. An example is the National Cancer Institute's anticancer drug-screening program analyzing over 70,000 chemical compounds and 60 cancer cell lines through genomic, proteomic, and tissue array profiling (53-55). The resulting pharmacogenomic databases, plus tools for analysis and visualization of the data, are great resources for studying molecular pharmacology of cancer (http discover.nci.nih.gov). Encouraged by the success of the Human Genome Project, there has been a growing desire and push (56) from the biomedical research community to establish public repositories with a consistent submission process, such as that seen in the Human Genome Project, to store and distribute interoperable high-throughput omic datasets. In reality,...

Case Study 1 Child Abuse or Mother Abuse

A 3-month-old baby was brought to the emergency department by his parents who described the child's refusal to feed, lethargy, and rapid breathing rate. The child was not responding to physical stimulation and was found on laboratory testing to have severe acidosis, pH equal to 7.02, anion gap elevated at 26.3, and bicarbonate depressed to 3 mmol L. The child also had hypoglycemia and was positive for urinary ketones. Further testing included blood cultures and routine drug screening. The additional routine drug screening was negative. However, an independent laboratory reported acetone at 215 mg L and ethylene glycol at 180 mg L. Because the parents could not explain the baby's exposure to ethylene glycol, the child was removed from them and placed in protective custody.

Metabolomics to assist drug discovery programs

There is a clear analogy between metabolomic screening and drug screening, and it seems very likely that the methods used for metabolomics will be directly transferable into several aspects of drug discovery programs. Candidate drugs are usually selected in screening programs because they inhibit the function of a gene product, or the gene itself. Thus, they will tend to cause a similar change in the organism's metabolism to that seen when the gene concerned is knocked out or otherwise inhibited. Thus, in the simplest case, one could screen candidate drugs against a suitable cell line (or other preparation) and compare the pattern of metabolic derangement produced by each candidate drug with the metabolomic patterns produced by gene knockouts. This should give useful information about the area of metabolism targeted by each candidate. The method is more powerful than that, however, and a combination of general metabolomic data with specific information from individual studies on...

Implementation of the Plan

Many patients will seek detoxification simply to gain temporary relief from their withdrawal misery, but not every patient should necessarily be detoxified simply because of an expressed desire to do so. Any patient who has never undergone medical detoxification should be given the opportunity as quickly as possible, as should anyone active in treatment who relapses. Medical detoxification should always be undertaken whenever a patient's alcohol or drug use significantly compromises the treatment of any other disorder (e.g., epilepsy, diabetes, cardiovascular dysfunction, anxiety and depressive disorders). Otherwise, detoxification should be undertaken only when part of a broader, mutually agreed-upon, long-range treatment strategy in order to deter poorly motivated patients from employing revolving door detoxification as a stopgap measure (e.g., when their drug supply has been temporarily interrupted). A bit of clinical skepticism should be exercised with kindness. Alcohol. A history...

Pharyngeal gonorrhea gonorrhea in the throat

Phenotypic assay A virus culture-drug test that measures some aspect of an organism's functions, for example, the amount of a certain drug needed to inhibit the growth of an HIV isolate in a test tube culture. If HIV has developed resistance to a certain drug, higher than normally administered amounts of that drug are necessary to inhibit viral activity. Resistance is characterized as high-level, intermediate-, or low-level. Note that interpretation is not standard and that the standard deviation is considerable on both this and genotypic assay resistance testing. Phenosense and Antivirogram are commercially available in the United States. Phenotype testing is very expensive because of this and the time element (about two to five weeks for results), such testing is not readily available. Thus, patients rely on the cheaper and faster (one week) geno-typic testing. Most third-party payers do not cover these tests. See genotypic assay.

Enhancing Degradation

Activators have been found for other enzymes as part of a drug-screening strategy, for example, activators of glucokinase as potential therapeutic agents for diabetes.31 Furthermore, Song et al.32 have reported that certain peptide substrates of IDE, such as dynorphin B, can enhance the proteolysis of A by IDE, without affecting the cleavage of insulin. The authors propose a cooperative mechanism in which the peptide substrate stabilizes the dimeric form of IDE, which has a lower Km for A . Thus, it is possible to screen compounds for stabilization of the dimer or disruption of the tetramer. Because IDE and neprilysin have other substrates in addition to A , the challenge of selective enhancement of the degradation of A without affecting the proteolysis of other substrates remains. Although the studies in transgenic mice overexpressing either enzyme did not reveal adverse effects during 14 months, the implication of long-term treatment of humans with drugs that activate either...

For High Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Aqueous and Stabilized Solutions of Therapeutic Peptides

This chapter covers the preparation of a purified nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) peptide sample for analysis considering purity, pi, oxidation status, and solubility of the sample, along with the choice and preparation of the NMR sample tube. The NMR analysis of therapeutic peptides is an area that is still underdeveloped, but it offers both great promise and utility in drug screening and design (1-3). Ligand-target NMR-screening methods, such as saturation transfer difference NMR (STD-NMR 4) rely on correct NMR assignments of potential ligands to relate binding proximity to ligand-target structural arrangement. Furthermore, both nascent and stabilized therapeutic peptide structures from aqueous-based media can be related to binding efficacy and can enhance the design of future therapeutics via in silico analysis of data that is, in turn, reliant on correct NMR assignment. Accurate assignment and structural analysis of such peptides is ultimately obtained from high-quality NMR data...

Pharmacogenomics and Cancer

The interplay between the patient host and tumor is another level of complexity that is just beginning to be explored. What is clear is that the contributions of the tumor and host must both be accounted for in predicting the effects of prescribing a certain drug (Fig. 1). Adverse drug responses, which usually involve enzymes localized in the liver, are, by and large, a host response. Drug response can be mediated by both host and tumor for example, drug detoxification by the host might decrease response, whereas protein present in the tumor might affect drug availability. The aggressiveness of the tumor, which greatly influences the therapeutic regimen the oncologist chooses, is largely tumor-defined.

Case of Mixed Club Drugs Abuse

Drug Screens by Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC MS) Drug Screens by Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC MS) Blood Drug Screens by Radioimmunoassay Analytical techniques available for initial screening, confirmation, and quantification of club drugs such as MDMA and ketamine in forensic specimens may include thin-layer chromatography (TLC), HPLC, gas chromatography (GC), GC MS, and immunoassays. TLC is a common initial screening technique capable of detecting a broad spectrum of drugs in urine. Identification is based on the rate of flow (Rf) value and the color characteristics following exposure to specific staining reagents. The Toxi-Lab A system can be used for the detection of ketamine and MDMA in urine, and has the ability to differentiate Immunoassays may also be applied to forensic drug screens for the presence of MDMA and related metabolites. Immunoassays for the detection of amphetamine and methamphetamine have variable degrees of cross-reactivity with MDMA, MDA,...

Multidrug Resistance1 Gene

Cancers treated with multiple anticancer drugs tend to develop or display cross-resistance to many other chemotherapy agents to which they have never been exposed. Several mechanisms contribute to the development of such multidrug resistance, including increased drug efflux from the cell by membrane transporters, activation of drug detoxification enzymes such as glutathione-S-transferase, decreased drug uptake into the cell, and defective apoptotic pathways (reviewed in ref. 23).

Cultural Issues in Substance Abuse Treatment

Hispanics generally ascribe considerable importance to their sense of dignity and honor. Clinicians should be highly sensitive to comments or actions that may transgress the substance abuser's sense of dignity, which is already probably tarnished from living in a society that holds drug users in contempt. The failure of substance abuse programs to retain Hispanics is often a result of the confrontational style sometimes used by staff, which may be viewed by Hispanic patients as an affront to their dignity. The clinician may find it useful to explain the rationale for certain procedures to patients beforehand to avoid impugning their character, especially with the thorny issue of compulsory urine drug testing. It is beneficial to explain to the patient that urine testing is a method of gauging the effectiveness of substance abuse treatment and that it is not performed with the express purpose of catching the patient in a lie. The clinician can help the patient understand that the...

Sixty Years Out I Have Seen The Future And Its Barry Bonds

A drug test by its very nature looks for suspicious chemical imbalances. By contrast, consider an injection of customized stem cells, say to build extra muscle mass. The enhancement would never show up on any test because after all, the cells would indeed be the athlete's very own genetic structure, right down to each individual gene.

Ancient Times

Modern toxicology is characterized by extremely sophisticated scientific investigation and evaluation of toxic exposures of all kinds. To a large degree this has been made possible by the widespread application of computers to analytical equipment. Coupled with other chemical and electronic innovations modern instruments can detect quantities of toxins that are much smaller than those that could be measured in the past. Analytic methods are not only highly sensitive but they are also capable of extreme specificity so that compounds can be implicated in poisoning episodes to the near certain exclusion of other highly similar compounds. In the course of this text the reader will learn to appreciate the sophistication and application of technologies such as chromatography-mass spectrometry, inductively coupled plasmas, and many of the novel ways that antibodies have been employed to allow rapid and sensitive drug detection.

Modern Toxicology

Modern toxicology is characterized by extremely sophisticated scientific investigation and evaluation of toxic exposures of all kinds. To a large degree this has been made possible by the widespread application of computers to analytical equipment. Coupled with other chemical and electronic innovations, modern instruments can detect quantities of toxins that are much smaller than those that could be measured in the past. Analytic methods are not only highly sensitive, but they are also capable of extreme specificity so that compounds can be implicated in poisoning episodes to the near certain exclusion of other highly similar compounds. In the course of this text the reader will learn to appreciate the sophistication and application of technologies such as chromatography-mass spectrometry, inductively coupled plasmas, and many of the novel ways that antibodies have been employed to allow rapid and sensitive drug detection.

Outcome Studies

The best way to examine the clinical value of toxicology laboratories is to conduct outcome studies, i.e., evaluation of patient outcomes as a result of the availability of drug test results. A logical method for evaluating the value of drug testing is to ask if the laboratory test findings were useful in improving patient care. Alan Brett4 reviewed the records of overdose patients treated in a large medical center. Reviewing 3 years experience he found a 47 agreement between laboratory results and clinical impression, i.e., the laboratory confirmed a suspected drug in 47 of cases. In 52 of cases, the laboratory found a result that differed from what was already known from the patient's history. It might, perhaps, be thought that the lab is invaluable because most of the time (52 ) new findings emerged from its investigation. Brett's study asked, instead, about the frequency with which these additional toxicological data were of value. Surprisingly, he found that only 3 patients were...

Cholestasis

This is the deposition of fibrous tissue, collagen, usually on a chronic basis, in various parts of the liver. As the normal hepatocytes are replaced by collagen there is a progressive impairment in liver functions such as drug detoxification and other hepatic metabolic processes. Blood and biliary flow also are affected. The best example of a toxicant causing cirrhosis is ethyl alcohol, although other chemicals may also cause this disorder. There is no specific chemical test for cirrhosis. The diagnosis is suspected on the basis of the patient's history and can be confirmed by microscopic evaluation of a needle biopsy.

Specimen Extraction

Evaluation of TLC for Drug Screening TLC has been used extensively for evaluating specimens from patients with coma of unknown etiology or patients presenting with other signs of drug overdose. It is valuable in this context because of its relatively unique ability to test for a very large number of drugs at the same time. When the physician or the laboratory are uncertain about the identity of an offending agent, TLC may be useful for identifying literally hundreds of drugs in the course of a single analysis. There are, however, limitations to the concept of drug screening. In a few laboratories multi-component drug screening is conducted with gas chromatography. This requires expensive equipment and probably is less specific than TLC for this particular application. One other method for drug screening is an automated liquid chromatographic system known as the Remedi (BioRad). The Remedi is an instrument with highly sophisticated analytic and computerized components and is able to...