Pharmacokinetics simulation

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Pharmacokinetics simulation is a simulation method used in determining the safety levels of a drug during its development.

Purpose[edit]

Pharmacokinetics simulation gives an insight to drug efficacy and safety before exposure of individuals to the new drug that might help to improve the design of a clinical trial.

Simulators[edit]

Simcyp Simulator and GastroPlus (from Simulations Plus) are simulators that take account for individual variabilities.