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criteria under which bioavailability studies need not be required (either waiver for additional strength, see section 3.1.6, a specific type of formulation, see Appendix II or BCS based Biowaiver, see Appendix III). Specific recommendations regarding bioequivalence studies for other products, eg.
these metal fluxes must be considered in overall metal bioavailability studies. Bioaccumulation of metals by biota in surface water and by plants and animals in terrestrial environments can adversely affect humans. In surface and ground water, sediment and air, bioavailability is a complex function of many factors including total concentration
food-effect bioavailability (BA) and fed bioequivalence (BE) studies for orally administered drug products as part of investigational new drug applications (INDs), new drug applications
Advisory Committee on Bioavailability and Bioequivalence, Health Canada Although bioequivalence is most commonly discussed in relation to generic drugs, it is important to note that bioequivalence studies are also performed for brand name drugs in some situations such as: • between early and late clinical trial formulations or between the
• Preclinical studies on rodent models of stroke, diabetes, and cancer. No studies on lifespan. Details: Use of lion’s mane or Erinacine A, a compound extracted from the mushroom, protected neurons and reduced infarct volume after induced stroke in mice, and also reduced oxidative stress and inflammation (Lee et al, 2014).