(R)-baclofen - CAS 69308-37-8
Not Intended for Therapeutic Use. For research use only.
Category:
Inhibitor
Product Name:
(R)-baclofen
Catalog Number:
69308-37-8
Synonyms:
NSC 334693
CAS Number:
69308-37-8
Description:
(R)-baclofen a selective GABAB agonist.
Molecular Weight:
213.66
Molecular Formula:
C10H12ClNO2
COA:
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MSDS:
Inquire
Targets:
GABA Receptor
Chemical Structure
CAS 69308-37-8 (R)-baclofen

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in English, RussianЦель исследования — изучение эффективности применения баклофена (препарат «баклосан») для стабилизации ремиссии у больных алкоголизмом. Материал и методы. Обследовали 32 больных алкоголизмом, которые случайным образом распределялись в одну из двух групп. Больным 1-й группы (16 человек) был назначен баклофен (50 мг/сут) в течение 3 месяцев; больные 2-й группы получали идентично выглядящее плацебо. Все больные еженедельно должны были посещать клинику для контроля ремиссии (потребления алкоголя), оценки выраженности влечения к алкоголю (крэйвинга), аффективных расстройств (депрессии и тревоги), активности гамма–глутамилтранспептидазы (ГГТ) и комплайенса приема препаратов (по рибофлавину в моче). Для контроля потребления алкоголя применяли методику ретроспективного анализа и определение активности ГГТ. Для оценки тревоги использовали шкалы Гамильтона и Спилбергера. Для оценки депрессии — шкалу Монтгомери-Ашберг. Влечение к алкоголю оценивали с помощью обсессивно-компульсивной, пенсильванской и визуальной аналоговой шкал.
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A highly sensitive and fully validated method was developed for the quantification of baclofen in human plasma. After adjusting the pH of the plasma samples using a phosphate buffer solution (pH 4), baclofen was purified using mixed mode (C8/cation exchange) solid-phase extraction (SPE) cartridges. Endogenous water-soluble compounds and lipids were removed from the cartridges before the samples were eluted and concentrated. The samples were analyzed using triple-quadrupole liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS-MS) with triggered dynamic multiple reaction monitoring mode for simultaneous quantification and confirmation. The assay was linear from 25 to 1,000 ng/mL (r(2) > 0.999; n = 6). Intraday (n = 6) and interday (n = 15) imprecisions (% relative standard deviation) were <5%, and the average recovery was 30%. The limit of detection of the method was 5 ng/mL, and the limit of quantification was 25 ng/mL. Plasma samples from healthy male volunteers (n = 9, median age: 22) given two single oral doses of baclofen (10 and 60 mg) on nonconsecutive days were analyzed to demonstrate method applicability.