bioavailability

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bioavailability

[‚bī·ō·ə‚vāl·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(physiology)
The extent and rate at which a substance, such as a drug, is absorbed into a living system or is made available at the site of physiological activity.
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The compound also has high oral bioavailability, a favorable ADME/PK profile and is very well tolerated.
The agreement will evaluate the ability of Merrion's patented GIPET technology to boost the oral bioavailability of an undisclosed proprietary compound.
NYX-2925 had high oral bioavailability and the pharmacokinetics were reproducible and predictable across species.
Tenders are invited for Oral pharmacokinetics of 03 compounds and determination of oral bioavailability in balb/c mice
Investigators then began looking for the most effective immune-boosting constituents in the mushroom, finding that a unique beta-glucan from the Maitake proved to be most efficacious, particularly when taken orally--of particular import since the concern with beta-glucans has been oral bioavailability.
These compounds exhibited potent antibacterial activity and oral bioavailability.