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(1)How can Bayes' theorem be used in open policy practice and risk assessment?
 
(1)How can Bayes' theorem be used in open policy practice and risk assessment?
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: For example, see [[Human PBPK model for dioxin#Dioxin kinetics with Bayes]].
  
 
(2)What is the mechanism of determination of toxicological threshold in open policy practice?
 
(2)What is the mechanism of determination of toxicological threshold in open policy practice?
  
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: There are several aspects. First, disputes about toxicological thresholds are handled in the same way as all disputes: with structured [[discussion]]s. Second, a few functions are used to operationalise the most common approaches to exposure-response relationships. See [[Exposure-response function]].
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(1)How can Bayes' theorem be used in open policy practice and risk assessment?

For example, see Human PBPK model for dioxin#Dioxin kinetics with Bayes.

(2)What is the mechanism of determination of toxicological threshold in open policy practice?

There are several aspects. First, disputes about toxicological thresholds are handled in the same way as all disputes: with structured discussions. Second, a few functions are used to operationalise the most common approaches to exposure-response relationships. See Exposure-response function.