biological variation, IVIVC [Dissolution / BCS / IVIVC]

posted by satya – 2007-08-16 22:24  – Posting: # 986
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(edited by Jaime_R on 2007-08-17 12:48)

A very naive and layman question!
How do one consider the biological variation in determining the bioequivalncy of two formulations? Isnt it possible for two products to fail equivalency test in vivo (due to interindividaul differences) even though their all in vitro paratmeters are identical?

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Edit: Category and Subject changed. [Jaime]

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