biosimulation


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biosimulation

(bī′ō-sĭm′yə-lā′shən)
n.
The simulating of a biological process, such as glucose metabolism, in a cell, organ, or organism, by means of a computer program, used especially in pharmaceutical research.
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Furthermore, they are now conducting TK, PK/PD, and physiologically-based PK (PBPK) modeling bringing pharmacometrics and biosimulation into clinical trials.
QSP is an emerging biosimulation discipline that combines computational modeling and experimental methods to examine the mechanistic relationships between a drug, the biological system, and the disease process.
The global biosimulation market is expected to reach USD 2,107.
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Delisting the shares effectively made this provider of biosimulation models a private company.
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Our biosimulation platforms, with their ability to conduct insightful 'what if' analyses, have already led to better decisions in R&D.
Our biosimulation platforms and insightful 'what if' scenarios have already led to better decisions in R&D and this new diagnostic capability can stratify patients based on underlying differences in their disease state to optimize care.
About the Optimata Virtual Patient([R]) The Optimata Virtual Patient([R]) is a unique predictive biosimulation technology, comprising computer-implemented mathematical algorithms of key physiological, pathological and pharmacological processes in the body of the patient.
Pitluk was Vice President of Business Development at biosimulation leader Gene Network Sciences, where he directed the Company's market development, commercialization, CRM and sales efforts.
Optimata's patent-protected technology, which comprises a computerized biosimulation system for optimizing drug therapies, is expected to benefit such studies.