interindividual

interindividual

(ˌɪntərˌɪndɪˈvɪdjʊəl)
adj
occurring between, or involving, two or more individuals
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However, it is known that its bioavailability shows significant interindividual variability in oral administration.
However, it is known that its bioavailability shows significant interindividual variability in oral administration.(1) MTX subcutaneous injection which Eisai is in-licensing from Medac, is administered once a week via subcutaneous injection and enables a high bioavailability to be maintained.
The team from NC State and Oregon State analyzed high throughput screening data to find patterns of interindividual variability in response to chemical exposure: in other words, they looked for chemicals that elicited differing responses from individuals.
While this diversity is attractive in translating to questions of human and ecological health, it raises critical questions of how unmeasured interindividual genetic variation might contribute to susceptibility differences in response to chemical exposure.
For women who are prescribed opioids, monitoring for excessive sedation and other adverse effects is recommended in infants, given the interindividual variation of opioid metabolism and the risk of maternal and neonatal adverse effects in ultra-rapid codeine metabolizers.
Interindividual susceptibility and changes in lithium levels can therefore lead to several adverse effects, described in Table 1 (1,3,5,10,11,13).
Comparisons of intraindividual variations with interindividual variations in the urine metabolites within a particular standardized laboratory diet and between diets would provide key information, both for the laboratory-controlled diets and for the population samples.
Even today, the software does not provide fully automatic, reproducible, and quantitative results in the case of high interindividual variability.
Patients with renal failure are at a greater than normal risk of developing drug-induced SOS because of altered pharmacokinetics, with marked interindividual variation [2].
Clozapine may give a 45-fold interindividual variability in blood levels given the same dose [7].
However, these approaches may reveal vain because of several determinant factors: (1) the population's knowledge about the risk is generally insufficient to change behaviour, even if the vast majority of people know what they should and should not eat; (2) in addition, people have a limited amount of mental energy required to resist temptation; (3) it is now becoming clear the concept on existence of an interindividual variability in the effects to diet interventions (amply quoted in [59]).
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