Definitions for "Bioequivalence"
scientific basis on which generic and brand-name drugs are compared. To be considered bioequivalent, the bioavailability of two products must not differ significantly when the two products are given in studies at the same dosage under similar conditions
Indicates that a drug in two or more similar dosage forms reaches the general circulation at the same relative rate and the same relative extent.
the property wherein two drugs with identical active ingredients, such as a brand-name drug and its generic equivalent, or two different dosage forms, such as tablet and oral suspension, of the same drug possess similar bioavailability and produce the same effect at the site of physiological activity
Biogeneric Bioinformatics