Bioavailability is the amount of drug available in the systemic circulation that is able to have an effect on the biological system. A drugs bioavailability is determined by its pharmacokinetics; for example, some drugs are poorly absorbed as they do not cross cell membranes as quickly or as effectively as others hence less of the drug will pass into the systemic circulation where it needs to be in order to have an effect

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