Bio Equival & Availability

Bioequivalence & Bioavailability

Bioequivalence Evaluation of Branded Capsules

In general all the necessary bioequivalence studies should be conducted at the highest strength. Some of the medicinal products like capsules are considered bioequivalent because of the active substance that they contain is the same. Read more…

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Posted by Sat Vannes - 11/01/2013 at 00:15

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Bioavailability of Minerals in Plant Foods

Human beings absorb plant foods as main dietary sources which are the mainly rich sources of essential minerals. In some plants like staple food crops concentrations of minerals are low. In order to increase the rate of dietary minerals in plants Read more…

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Posted by Sat Vannes - 14/12/2012 at 03:21

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Save the Air to Save our Life

Disease is often due to an imbalance resulting from poor adjustment between the individual and the environment. As a result of exposure to chemicals in the Biological environment we may be in the midst of an epidemic of chronic disease. Read more…

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Posted by Vijayalaksmi. R - 03/12/2012 at 23:16

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Bioequivalence Studies for Solid Oral Dosage Forms

The performance of Bioequivalence studies will depends on changes in the Formulation of the pharmaceutical dosage form. Normally different formulations will have their dissolution profiles but logically equal Bioequivalency should be there.The compounds Read more…

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Posted by Sat Vannes - 01/12/2012 at 01:02

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Enhancement of Curcumin Bioavailability

Curcumin is poorly absorbed by the human digestive tract. The cells lining the intestine are equipped with enzymes that convert curcumin into other substances, and molecular pumps that pump curcumin and curcumin by products out of the intestinal lining back into the intestine. Read more…

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Posted by Sat Vannes - 06/09/2012 at 02:56

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