This book explains how the computer programs work and why and when they can be applied to problems in toxicology. It discusses the statistical models used and their applications in a general fashion. The book overviews the problems that can arise from the blind use of the statistical models.
Table of Contents
Unit I: The LD50 1. The LD50 2. Lessons from the LD50 3. Theory behind the LD50 Unit II: Subchronic Toxicity Studies 4. Subchronic Toxicity Studies 5. Lessons from Subchronic Studies 6. Theory behind Statistical Tests Unit III: Chronic Toxicity Studies 7. Chronic Toxicity Studies 8. Lessons from Chronic Toxicity Studies 9. Theory behind Chronic Toxicity Studies
David S. Salsburg (Author)