FREEZE-DRIED, VIABLE, DISPERSED AND STABLE FORMULATION OF THE â€œLIQUID INTRA-VESICAL IMMUNOTHERAPY BCG MOREAUÂ® FINLAYâ€
Keywords:BCG Moreau sub-strain, bacillus Calmette-GuÃ©rin (BCG), intra-vesical immunotherapy, anti-tumours products, viability, dispersion - freeze- drying
AbstractThe current study designed to obtain, execute and test a freeze-drying protocol for the preparation and a better storage conservation of the live attenuate Mycobacterium bovis BCG-Moreau-Finlay, fundamental element for the immunotherapy against bladder carcinoma, passed successfully all trials. The new lyophilized formulation also reduces the in vivo toxicity compared to present BCG liquid preparation by means of lowering dose needed for the treatment. The second re-seeding of the Moreau Rio de Janeiro sub-strain of Mycobacterium bovis BCG (pBCG Moreau); was sub-cultured in the Sauton Synthetic Medium (SSMII), previously maintained in Seed Lot Systems and harvested during the logarithmic growth phase. Basic Bacterial Suspension (BBS) was then prepared, homogenized and stabilized by freeze-drying in vehicle A, compare to vehicle B. By means of Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) was realized the comparative quality control of the (BBS) preparation before and after lyophilisation procedure of the final product. A high (%) colony count measure in Ogawa medium and average survival of 50.4% (Heat stability over the time). Additional values as (0.75 â€“ 0.95 %) were obtained for the ranks of dispersion using Zieln Nielsen and the Dubos Methods. The integrity/vitality oscillated from 67.8 to 68.5 (%) measured by oxygen consumption, the residual humidity indicators from 73 to 74 (%)[BBS] and the accepts organoleptic properties designed all aftermaths concern the in vitro assays required by World Health Organization (WHO) standards for BCG intra-Vesical final product. A freeze-dried â€œOnco BCG Moreau - Finlayâ€ formulation was successfully produced and has many â€œin vitro and in vivo testâ€ practical and theoretical advantages when it compared to the current liquid preparation, such as the best preserving BCG biological properties and reducing the dose of product required for treatment.
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Copyright (c) 2020 Ydalis GriÃ±an Bell, Isis GarcÃa H., Tamara HernÃ¡ndez Z., MarÃa Elena Sarmiento GSM, Armando Acosta DomÃnguez, Elizabeth Aznar Gonzalez, Martha Carralero Tamayo, ConcepciÃ³n Campa Huergo, Lukas Hleba, Mohammad Ali Shariati, Muhammad Imran, Sergey Plygun, Alexy Laishevtcev, V. Gustavo Sierra GonzÃ¡lez
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