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a person's customary manner of emotional response

the combination of emotional, intellectual, and moral qualities that distinguishes an individual

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Ethnic differences in drug disposition between Japanese and North European Caucasian populations can also be studied.
Benet, PhD, , an internationally recognized drug development expert and Professor and Chairman Emeritus, Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences, UCSF, along with Optivia's noveltransporter technology platform to study the effects of transporters on drug disposition and the interplay of transporters and metabolizing enzymes in the liver.
MetaDrug(TM) is designed for medicinal chemists, computational chemists, bioanalytical, drug disposition and toxicology scientists, and enables prediction of metabolites and their likely toxicity in humans.
Sugiyama's research focuses on two areas: 1) prediction of drug disposition from in vitro biochemical data, and 2) molecular pharmacokinetics of drug transport in the liver, kidney, intestines and brain.
These trials are designed to determine safety, dosage, and drug disposition and are very intensive.
These appointments further expand and strengthen Simcyp's expert research and development activities, particularly in the fields of linking pharmacokinetics to pharmacodynamic outcomes, the disposition of biologics and the involvement of transporters in drug disposition, all of which are key focus areas in the evolving scene of drug development and regulatory assessment.
MetaDrug(TM) is designed for medicinal chemists, computational chemists, bioanalytical, drug disposition and toxicology scientists and enables prediction of metabolites and their likely toxicity in humans.
In drug development, population pharmacokinetics is used to better understand the quantitative relationships among drug input patterns, patient characteristics, and drug disposition.
The Role of Membrane Transporters in Drug Disposition (Fanfan Zhou, Peng Duan, and Guofeng You).
Franklin worked for three years at Amgen in the Department for Drug Metabolism and Spectroscopy and for 14 years at Eli Lilly and Company, in the Department of Drug Disposition.
He has extensive experience in successful drug development with several major pharmaceutical companies, particularly in the areas of bioanalysis and drug disposition.
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