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Pharmaceutical Bioequivalence (Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences)

by Peter Welling

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The rate and extent of drug absorption are a function of many factors, including the site of administration, the physiochemical characteristics of the compound, and the dosage form. The issues involved in bioequivalence and bioavailability are enmeshed in controversy, which is compounded by issues
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The rate and extent of drug absorption are a function of many factors, including the site of administration, the physiochemical characteristics of the compound, and the dosage form. The issues involved in bioequivalence and bioavailability are enmeshed in controversy, which is compounded by issues o

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