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Key principles of pharmacology

Pharmacology is the study of how a medicine works, how the body responds to it, and the changes that occur over time. There are two key areas of pharmacology:...

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Basics of Early Clinical Development

Early Clinical Development refers generally to the first studies of a medicine in humans – typically known as Phase I and Phase II trials. Studies in early clinical development...

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Investigator’s Brochure

The Investigator's Brochure is a compilation of non-clinical and clinical data relevant to the study of the medicine in humans – it is the single most comprehensive document summarising...

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Introduction to medicines

A medicine is commonly defined as a drug or preparation that can treat or prevent disease. Medicines must be delivered into the body, where they are then distributed to...

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Bioavailability and bioequivalence

Bioavailability is the fraction (percentage) of an administered dose of unchanged drug that reaches the blood stream (systemic circulation). Bioavailability varies between different pharmaceutical ingredients and mode of administration.

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