Single- and multiple-dose pharmacokinetics, potential for CYP3A inhibition, and food effect in patients with cancer and healthy subjects receiving ipatasertib

ConclusionIpatasertib exhibited rapid absorption and was dose-proportional over a broad dose range. Ipatasertib appeared to be a moderate CYP3A inhibitor when administered at 600  mg and could be administered with or without food in clinical studies.Trail registrationNCT01090960 (registered March 23, 2010); NCT02536391 (registered August 31, 2015).
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