The study was conducted in four groups of ten rats that underwent surgical injury of the sciatic nerve.
At 30 minutes post-dose, PNV-5030 reduced pain by 43% compared to the control group, while acetaminophen (APAP) doses did not have a significant effect.
PNV-5030 also demonstrated a 49% improvement in pain reduction over acetaminophen.
At 60 minutes post-dose, PNV-5030 reduced pain by 76% compared to the control group. PNV-5030 also demonstrated a 53% improvement in pain reduction over acetaminophen.
At 120 minutes post-dose, PNV-5030 reduced pain by 62% compared to the control group and by 56% at 180 minutes post-dose.
PNV-5030 has been tested to be more than 1000-fold selective over the adenosine A1 receptor. Historically, when selectivity has been achieved over the A1 receptor, water solubility has decreased, making biodistribution challenging.
However, PNV-5030 has demonstrated more than 50 times greater solubility than other known selective adenosine compounds of the same class and has shown it achieves the necessary biodistribution.
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