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|Ref Type||Journal Article|
|Authors||De Buck SS, Jakab A, Boehm M, Bootle D, Juric D, Quadt C, Goggin TK|
|Title||Population pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of BYL719, a phosphoinositide 3-kinase antagonist, in adult patients with advanced solid malignancies.|
|Journal||British journal of clinical pharmacology|
|Abstract Text||The aim was to characterize the population pharmacokinetics of BYL719 in cancer patients and assess the time course of tumour response in relation to drug exposure and dosing schedule.Plasma samples and longitudinal tumour size measurements were collected from 60 patients with advanced solid malignancies who received oral BYL719 once daily (30-450 mg) or twice daily at 120 mg or 200 mg. Non-linear mixed effect modelling was employed to develop the population pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic model.The pharmacokinetics were best described by a one compartment disposition model and transit compartments accounting for the lag time in absorption. The typical population oral clearance and volume of distribution estimates with their between-subject variability (BSV) were 10 l h(-1) (BSV 26%) and 108 l (BSV 28%), respectively. The estimated optimal number of transit compartments was 8.1, with a mean transit time to the absorption compartment of 1.28 h (BSV 32%). The between-occasion variability in the rate and extent of absorption was 46% and 26%, respectively. Tumour growth was modelled using a turnover model characterized by a zero order growth rate of 0.581 cm week(1) and a first order death rate of 0.0123 week(-1) . BYL719 inhibited tumour growth with an IC50 of 100 ng ml(-1) (BSV 154%). Model-based predictions showed potential for additional anti-tumour activity of twice daily dosing at total daily dose below 400 mg, but a loss of efficacy if administered less frequently than once daily.The proposed model provides a valuable approach for planning future clinical studies and for designing optimized dosing regimens with BYL719.|
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|Unknown unknown||Advanced Solid Tumor||not applicable||Alpelisib||Phase I||Actionable||In a Phase I clinical trial, Alpelisib (BYL719) demonstrated safety and some efficacy in patients with advanced solid tumors (PMID: 24617631).||24617631|