Use of Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Models to Quantify the Impact of Human Age and Interindividual Differences in Physiology and Biochemistry Pertinent to Risk (Final Report)
Notice EPA is releasing a final report that describes and demonstrates techniques necessary to extrapolate and incorporate in vitro derived metabolic rate constants in PBPK models. The report includes two case study examples designed to demonstrate the applicability of such data for health risk assessment.
Topics covered include:
- Data Quality Objectives
- Experimental Framework
- Required Data
- Two example case studies that develop and incorporate in vitro metabolic rate constants in PBPK models designed to quantify human interindividual variability to better direct the choice of uncertainty factors for health risk assessment.
This report is the result of Cooperative Agreement CR828047010 between US EPA/ORD/NCEA and the Chemical Industry Institute for Toxicology(CIIT) and Dr Gregory Kedderis.
|2002/03||Chapters 1-4 results were published in peer reviewed literature.|
|Jul 2004||A draft of Chapter 5 was released for internal review.|
|Oct 2004||A draft of Chapter 5 released for external review.|
|Dec 2004||Simplified acquisition developed to refine the final case study (Chapter 5).|
|Jun 2005||A draft of the full document was subjected to peer consultation.|
|Apr 2006||EPA released the final report.|
This download(s) is distributed solely for the purpose of pre-dissemination peer review under applicable information quality guidelines. It has not been formally disseminated by EPA. It does not represent and should not be construed to represent any Agency determination or policy.
- (234 pp, 3 MB, about PDF)
- Application of in Vitro Biotransformation Data and Pharmacokinetic Modeling to Risk Assessment
- Incorporating Human Interindividual Biotransformation Variance in Health Risk Assessment
- Approaches for the Application of Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Models and Supporting Data in Risk Assessment (External Review Draft 2005)