pharmocokinetics

pharmocokinetics, (fâr´məkōkənet´iks),

n a subdiscipline within pharmacology that studies how a body reacts to the presence of a drug, nutrient, or other foreign compound over the course of its introduction to its final elimination from the body.
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Pharmocokinetics of ceftiofur crystalline free acid, a long-acting cephalosporin, in American flamingos (Phoenicopterus ruber).
Pharmocokinetics and absolute bioavailability of ribavirin in healthy volunteers as determined by stable-isotope methodology.
The aim of the trial was said to be to investigate the safety, tolerance, pharmocokinetics and pharmacodynamics of NN1953.
The antithrombotic activity and pharmocokinetics of enoxaprarin, a low molecular weight heparin, in humans give single subcutaneous doses of 20 to 80 mg.
Pharmocokinetics of G3139, a phosphorothioate oligodeoxyneucleotide antisense to bcl-2, after intravenous administration or continuous subcutaneous infusion to mice.
PHARMOCOKINETICS OF GLICLAZIDE IN NORMAL AND DIABETIC RATS
The primary objective of the study was to assess tolerability, safety and pharmocokinetics of multiple doses of the drug.
Pharmocokinetics of prednisolone transfer to breast milk.
Effect of food on the pharmocokinetics of alcohol consumption.
The bioavailability and pharmocokinetics of orally administered CsA are highly variable, particularly with the conventional formulations of capsules or oil emulsion (3).