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The extent of drug availability is often measured by the area under the concentration-time curve. In animal studies, experimental constraints can limit the number of observations available on each animal. Estimation of area under the curve and its standard error are straightforward when each animal is measured at each time point. Bailer and Nedelman et al.,(More)
In order to establish bioequivalence between two formulations in a crossover trial, it is common to assume a mixed-effect analysis of variance (ANOVA) model and perform two one-sided tests. When the analysis is done on the untransformed data, the numerators of the test statistics are not, in general, treatment contrasts. Consequently, the standard errors of(More)
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