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A simulation study of physiological factors affecting pharmacokinetics behaviour of organic solvent vapoursSATO, A; ENDOH, K; KANEKO, T et al.British journal of industrial medicine. 1991, Vol 48, Num 5, pp 342-347, issn 0007-1072, 6 p.Article

Development and utilization of physiologically based pharmacokinetic models for toxicological applicationsHON-WING LEUNG.Journal of toxicology and environmental health. 1991, Vol 32, Num 3, pp 247-267, issn 0098-4108, 21 p.Article

Biologically-based models of dioxin pharmacokineticsBUCKLEY, L. A.Toxicology (Amsterdam). 1995, Vol 102, Num 1-2, pp 125-131, issn 0300-483XConference Paper

Perspectives on collaboration and infrastructures development, academia, and industryO'FLAHERTY, E. J.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 297-298, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Incorporation of first-order uptake rate constants from simple mammillary models into blood-flow limited physiological pharmacokinetic models via extraction efficienciesROTH, W. L; WEBER, L. W. D; ROZMAN, K. K et al.Pharmaceutical research. 1995, Vol 12, Num 2, pp 263-269, issn 0724-8741Article

Achieving credibility in risk assessment modelsKOHN, M. C.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 107-114, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Applications and prospects for physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PB-PK) models involving pharmaceutical agentsSUZUKI, H; IWATSUBO, T; SUGIYAMA, Y et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 82-83, pp 349-355, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Inhalation anesthesia using physiologically based pharmacokinetic modelsFISEROVA-BERGEROVA, V.Drug metabolism reviews (Softcover ed.). 1992, Vol 24, Num 4, pp 531-557, issn 0360-2532Article

Gastrointestinal absorption of xenobiotics in physiologically based pharmacokinetic models : a two-compartment descriptionSTAATS, D. A; FISHER, J. W; CONNOLLY, R. B et al.Drug metabolism and disposition. 1991, Vol 19, Num 1, pp 144-148, issn 0090-9556, 5 p.Article

Physiologically based models for bone-seeking elements. V: Lead absorption and disposition in childhoodO'FLAHERTY, E. J.Toxicology and applied pharmacology. 1995, Vol 131, Num 2, pp 297-308, issn 0041-008XArticle

Summary of panel discussion on the 'advantages/limitations/uncertainties in the use of physiologically based pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic models in hazard identification and risk assessment of toxic substances'FREDERICK, C. B.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 201-206, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

The use of physiologically-based pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic dosimetry models for chemical mixturesYANG, R. S. H; EL-MASRI, H. A; THOMAS, R. S et al.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 82-83, pp 497-504, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Biological and physiological factors involved in disposition of dioxin and related compoundsMILLS, J. J; GARGAS, M. L; ANDERSEN, M. E et al.Chemosphere (Oxford). 1992, Vol 25, Num 1-2, pp 3-6, issn 0045-6535Conference Paper

Physiologically based toxicokinetic modeling of three waterborne chloroethanes in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)NICHOLS, J. W; MCKIM, J. M; LIEN, G. J et al.Toxicology and applied pharmacology. 1991, Vol 110, Num 3, pp 374-389, issn 0041-008XArticle

A physiologically based pharmacokinetic computer model for human pregnancyLUECKE, R. H; WOSILAIT, W. D; PEARCE, B. A et al.Teratology (Philadelphia, PA). 1994, Vol 49, Num 2, pp 90-103, issn 0040-3709Article

Physiologically based models for bone-seeking elements. IV: Kinetics of lead disposition in humansO'FLAHERTY, E. J.Toxicology and applied pharmacology. 1993, Vol 118, Num 1, pp 16-29, issn 0041-008XArticle

Use of toxicokinetics in risk assessment based on in vitro data : In vitro toxicologyJOHANSON, G.ATLA. Alternatives to laboratory animals. 1993, Vol 21, Num 2, pp 173-180, issn 0261-1929Conference Paper

Quantification of biological variabilityDROZ, P. O.Annals of occupational hygiene. 1992, Vol 36, Num 3, pp 295-306, issn 0003-4878Article

Physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PB-PK) models in the study of the disposition and biological effects of xenobiotics and drugsANDERSEN, M. E.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 82-83, pp 341-348, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Physiologically based pharmacokinetic models : mathematical fundamentals and simulation implementationsHOANG, K.-C. T.Toxicology letters. 1995, Vol 79, Num 1-3, pp 99-106, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Physiologically based pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic modeling of chemical mixtures and possible applications in risk assessmentEL-MASRI, H. A; THOMAS, R. S; BENJAMIN, S. A et al.Toxicology (Amsterdam). 1995, Vol 105, Num 2-3, pp 275-282, issn 0300-483XConference Paper

Physiological modelling of renal drug clearanceJANKŮ, I.European journal of clinical pharmacology. 1993, Vol 44, Num 6, pp 513-519, issn 0031-6970Article

Physiological pharmacokinetic modeling of inhaled trichloroethylene in ratsDALLAS, C. E; GALLO, J. M; RAGHUPATHY RAMANATHAN et al.Toxicology and applied pharmacology. 1991, Vol 110, Num 2, pp 303-314, issn 0041-008XArticle

Are highly lipophilic volatile compounds expected to bioaccumulate with repeated exposures?ANDERSEN, Melvin E; REDDY, Micaela B; PLOTZKE, Kathleen P et al.Toxicology letters. 2008, Vol 179, Num 2, pp 85-92, issn 0378-4274, 8 p.Article

Applying simulation modeling to problems in toxicology and risk assessment : a short perspectiveANDERSEN, M. E; CLEWELL, H. J; FREDERICK, C. B et al.Toxicology and applied pharmacology. 1995, Vol 133, Num 2, pp 181-187, issn 0041-008XArticle

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