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Peris-Vicente J.,Jaume I University | Carda-Broch S.,Jaume I University | Esteve-Romero J.,Jaume I University | Rambla-Alegre M.,Ghent University | And 6 more authors.
Bioanalysis | Year: 2013

The validation of several micellar LC-based analytical methodologies was described. These methods were able to quantify quinolones in fish from fisheries, hydroxytyrosol in olive extracts and biogenic amines in anchovy sauce. The validation was performed following the requirements of official guides to provide more reliability. Two guides suggested by renowned institution are described: US FDA Guidance for Industry and EU Regulation 2002/657/EC Decision. The appropriate guide was used for each method, depending of the analyte, the matrix and the scope of sample. The calculated validation parameters were those proposed by the guide: selectivity, calibration range, linearity, LOD and LOQ, inter-and intra-day accuracy and precision, limit of decision, detection capability, robustness, recovery and stability. The methodologies were successfully validated by the selected guideline, indicating their suitability to be applied to analysis of real samples, proven to be useful to its intended purpose. © 2013 Future Science Ltd.


Peris-Vicente J.,Jaume I University | Villareal-Traver M.,Jaume I University | Casas-Breva I.,Dep. de Farmacia Hospitalaria | Carda-Broch S.,Jaume I University | Esteve-Romero J.,Jaume I University
Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis | Year: 2014

An analytical methodology based on micellar liquid chromatography has been developed to quantify abacavir, lamivudine and raltegravir in plasma. These three antiretroviral drugs are prescribed as a set in highly active antiretroviral therapy to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome patients. The experimental procedure consists in the dilution of the sample in micellar media, followed by filtration and, without cleanup step. The analytes were resolved in less than 30min using a mobile phase of 0.05M sodium dodecyl sulphate at pH 7, running at 1mLmin-1 under isocratic mode at room temperature through a C18 column (125×4.6mm, 5μm particle size). The UV detection wavelength was set at 260nm. The method was successfully validated following the requirements of ICH guidelines in terms of: linear range (0.25-2.5μgmL-1), linearity (r2>0.990), intra- and interday precision (<6.8%) and accuracy (92.3-104.2%) and robustness (<7.1%). To the extent of our knowledge, this is the first published method to quantify these three drugs in plasma. Several blood samples from AIDS patients taking this HAART set provided by a local hospital were analyzed with satisfactory results. © 2014 Elsevier B.V.


Peris-Vicente J.,Jaume I University | Villarreal-Traver M.,Jaume I University | Casas-Breva I.,Dep. de Farmacia Hospitalaria | Carda-Broch S.,Jaume I University | Esteve-Romero J.,Jaume I University
Journal of Separation Science | Year: 2014

Danuravir, ritonavir, emtricitabine, and tenofovir are together prescribed against AIDS as a highly active antiretroviral therapy regimen. Micellar liquid chromatography has been applied to determine these four antiretroviral drugs in plasma. The sample preparation is shortened to the dilution of the sample in a micellar solution, filtration, and injection. Clean-up steps are avoided, due to the solubilization of plasma matrix in micellar media. The drugs were analyzed in <20 min using a mobile phase of 0.06 M sodium dodecyl sulfate/2.5% 1-pentanol (pH 7) running under isocratic mode through a C18 column at 1 mL/min at room temperature. Absorbance wavelength detection was set at 214 nm. The method was successfully validated following the ICH Harmonized Tripartite Guideline in terms of selectivity, limit of detection (0.080-0.110 μg/mL), limit of quantification (0.240-0.270 μg/mL), linearity between 0.25 and 25 μg/mL (r2 > 0.995), accuracy (89.3-103.2%), precision (<8.2%) and robustness (<7.5%). Real plasma sample from patients taking this therapy were analyzed. This is the first paper showing the simultaneous detection of this four drugs. Therefore, the methodology was proven useful for the routine analysis of these samples in a hospital laboratory for clinical purposes. © 2014 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA.


Casas-Breva I.,Dep. de Farmacia Hospitalaria | Peris-Vicente J.,Jaume I University | Rambla-Alegre M.,Jaume I University | Carda-Broch S.,Jaume I University | Esteve-Romero J.,Jaume I University
Analyst | Year: 2012

A methodology based on micellar liquid chromatography to monitor five antiretroviral drugs (lamivudine, stavudine, tenofovir, zidovudine and efavirenz) was proposed. Antiretrovirals were studied in sets of three, corresponding to each highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) regime, prescribed to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)-infected patients. Four aqueous micellar mobile phases buffered at pH 7 were optimized to separate these compounds, using sodium dodecyl sulfate as the tensioactive, and 1-propanol or 1-pentanol as the organic modifier. The composition of each mobile phase was optimized for each antiretroviral. The common separation conditions were: C18 apolar column (125 × 4.6 mm, 5 μm particle size), UV detection set at 214 nm, and mobile phase running at 1 mL min-1 without controlling the temperature. The finally suggested method was validated for five analysed antiretroviral drugs following the US Food and Drug Administration guidelines in terms of: linearity between 0.5 and 50 ppm (r2 > 0.9995), sensitivity (LOD lower than 0.25 ppm), intra- and inter-day precision (<7.1 and <5.2%, respectively) and accuracy (recovery 88.5-105.3% and 93.5-101.3%, respectively), as well as robustness (<6.5%). The proposed method was used to monitor the level of antiretrovirals in the serum of AIDS patients. The suggested methodology was found to be useful in the routine analysis of antiretrovirals in serum samples. © 2012 The Royal Society of Chemistry.

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