biodistribution kinetics

biodistribution kinetics

[‚bī·ō‚dis·trə¦byü·shən ki′ned·iks]
(biology)
A mathematical description of the in vivo distribution of a radionuclide present in various organs as a function of time following its administration.
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Hydrodynamic size (hD) of the IONPs is one of the most important factors that determines biodistribution kinetics [16].