Uncertainty modeling in dose response
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Uncertainty modeling in dose response deals with the problem of quantifying the uncertainties that exist in our knowledge about the relationship of a dose of a chemical, and its responses in humans or animals. Related to this topic, there was a recent workshop in Washington DC. Based on the outcomes of the workshop, you can find several pages related to the topic.
- Article about frambozadrine, a sample chemical.
- Discussion about the right ways to estimate the dose-response for frambozadrine.
- A draft article about non-parametric Bayesian estimation.
- Multistage model.
- Variable:Frambozadrine dose-response function in rats.
- A discussion about what a generalized dose-response function could look like.