I'm looking for lists of bioequivalent drugs in the US or EU. I know there is a (quite short) list from the Chilean government at http://datos.gob.cl/datasets/ver/1303 but I'd like to know if there is something similar in other countries.

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A useful subset of the bioequivalent drugs would be approved generics. Don't know if you're also looking for unapproved (yet) but these would be a bit harder to find as a complete collection. Keep in mind that the pharmacokinetic test routines differ slightly between the US and Europe.

Keeping to the approved generics, the FDA is required to maintain and post a list quarterly. The data is in PDF but at least it's selectable text (not just scanned images). For Europe, the EMA has a search page for generics (etc). Search results can be downloaded in excel format.

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