Proposal for Research in Quantitative Bioassay Methodology and Risk Analysis and Characterization
Gaver, Donald P.
Jacobs, Patricia A.
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A summary of research conducted during the period January 11, 1993 - January 11, 1994, is given. Included are the results of a simulation study of the behavior of estimators of the teratogenic index; a statistical procedure to assess between tank variability and the results of its use on data from a bioassay experiment with medaka; and procedures to combine the results of different experiments using different biomarkers.
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