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Subject:bioavailability [thanks] From:Brad DeMond <bdemond -at- SUMS -dot- SHIGA-MED -dot- AC -dot- JP> Date:Mon, 29 Jan 1996 10:31:33 +0900
Thanks to everyone who answered my question regarding bioavailability in
pharmaceuticals. You provided much more information and appropriate context
for use of the term than the dictionary even came close to. [note: due
apologies to wordsmiths who abhor ending a sentence with a preposition.
Remember the rule: "Never use a preposition to end a sentence with!]