Computational modeling of the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of selected xenobiotics
The determination of important endpoints in toxicology and pharmacology continues to involve the acquisition of large amounts of data through resource-intensive experimental studies involving a large number of resources. Because of this, only a small fraction of chemicals in the environment and marketplace can reasonably be evaluated for safety, and many promising drug candidates must be eliminated from consideration based on inadequate evaluation. Promisingly, advances in biologically-based computational models are beginning to allow researchers to estimate these endpoints and make useful ...
(For more, see "View full record.")