Glossary

Bioequivalence

February 27, 2012

A scientific basis on which generic and brand name drugs are compared with one another. Drugs are bioequivalent if they enter circulation at the same rate when given in similar doses under similar conditions. Proof of bioequivalence is crucial for generic drugs, and must be demonstrated in ANDAs.
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