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A probabilistic approach for modelling the joint action of drugs

Venkatesan, P and Somasundaram, P R (1989) A probabilistic approach for modelling the joint action of drugs. Biomedicine, 9 (1). pp. 13-18. ISSN 0970 2067

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An understanding of the joint action of drugs is becoming increasingly important in a variety of scientific disciplines, ranging from pharmacology and toxicology on the one hand to industrial hygiene and environmental protection on the other. The action of even a single drug upon a biological organism involves a complex sequence of processes and if more than one drug is present, the situation is further complicated The role of mathematical models in this context is now widely recognized (Plackett & Hewlett 1952, Hewlett and Plackett, 1959, 1979, Ashford and Cobby 1974, Ashford 7981)

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Subjects: Tuberculosis > Biostatistics
Divisions: Statistics
Depositing User: Dr. Rathinasabapati R
Date Deposited: 29 Aug 2013 10:02
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