Case studies Use of the Prestwick Chemical Drug-Library for COVID research
F. Touret, M. Gilles, K. Barral, A. Nougairède, E. Decroly, X. de Lamballerie & B. Coutard
Repurposing of approved drugs is a strategy that can bypass the time-consuming stages of drug development. In this study, the researchers screened the PRESTWICK CHEMICAL LIBRARY composed of 1,520 approved drugs in an infected cell-based assay. The robustness of the screen was assessed by the identification of drugs that already demonstrated in vitro antiviral effect […]
Case studies Drug repurposing: a compound from the Prestwick Chemical Library Riboflavin Completed Phase 2 Trials for Stroke, Ischemic Treatment
A. da Silva-Candal, A. Pérez-Diaz, M. Santamaria, C. Correa-Paz, M. Rodriguez-Yanez, A. Arda, M. Perez-Mato, R. Iglesias-Rey, J. Brea, J. Azuaje, E. Sotelo, T. Sobrino, MI Loza, J. Castillo & F. Campos.
Ann. Neurol. 84 260–273 (2018)
Blood/brain-glutamate grabbing is an emerging concept in the treatment of ischemic stroke, where essentially the deleterious effects of glutamate after ischemia are ameliorated by coaxing glutamate to enter the bloodstream and thus reducing its concentration in the brain. The authors aim to demonstrate the clinical efficacy of blood glutamate grabbers in patients with stroke, and […]