Bioequivalence for Topical Products—An Update

  title={Bioequivalence for Topical Products—An Update},
  author={Yogeeta Narkar},
  journal={Pharmaceutical Research},
With the exception of topical glucocorticoids, demonstrating bioequivalence between generic and reference topical products entails conducting clinical end-point trials which are both lengthy and expensive. Considerable effort has been channeled towards development and validation of alternative approaches to demonstrate bioequivalence of topical and transdermal products. The critical opportunity pathways identified by the FDA for the industry for topical bioequivalence include the following… CONTINUE READING


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