In pharmacokinetic studies, bioanalysis method validation is crucial to minimizing random error and systematic bias, which ensures quality of analytical results. Bioanalytical method validation is a controlled procedure that comprises all the vital steps to establish that a certain method is capable of producing accurate, dependable and reproducible results that are appropriate for a specific analytical application.
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Raloxifene, a non-steroidal selective estrogen receptor regulator, is currently applied to both the prevention and treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis. It acts as an estrogen agonist in bone and liver, and in this way, increases bone mineral density and decreases levels of LDL-cholesterol.