About the Book.
List of Contributors.
SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION.
1 Quantitative Modeling in Toxicology: An Introduction (Melvin E. Andersen and Kannan Krishnan).
SECTION 2 PHYSIOLOGICALLY-BASED TOXICOKINETIC AND PHARMACOKINETIC (PBPK) MODELING.
2 PBPK Modeling: A Primer (Kannan Krishnan, George D. Loizou, Martin Spendiff, John C. Lipscomb and Melvin E. Andersen).
3 Pharmacokinetic Modeling of Manganese – An Essential Element (Andy Nong, Michael D. Taylor, Miyoung Yoon, and Melvin E. Andersen).
4 Physiologically Based Modeling of Pharmacokinetic Interactions in Chemical Mixtures (Sami Haddad, Robert Tardif, Jonathan Boyd, and Kannan Krishnan).
5 Physiological Parameters and Databases for PBPK Modeling (Douglas O. Johns, Elizabeth Oesterling Owens, Chad M. Thompson, Babasaheb Sonawane, Dale Hattis and Kannan Krishnan).
SECTION 3 MODELING TOXICANT-TARGET INTERACTIONS.
6 Modeling Cholinesterase Inhibition (Charles Timchalk, Paul M. Hinderliter, and Torka S. Poet).
7 Modeling of Protein Induction and Dose-Dependent Hepatic Sequestration (Andy Nong and Melvin E. Andersen).
8 Bistable Signaling Motifs and Cell Fate Decisions (Sudin Bhattacharya, Qiang Zhang, and Melvin E. Andersen).
9 Ultrasensitive Response Motifs in Biochemical Networks (Qiang Zhang, Sudin Bhattacharya, Courtney G. Woods, and Melvin E. Andersen).
10 Gene and Protein Expression – Modeling Nested Motifs in Cellular and Tissue Response Networks (Melvin E. Andersen, Qiang Zhang, and Sudin Bhattacharya).
11 Modeling Liver and Kidney Cytotoxicity (Kai H. Liao, Yei M. Tan, Harvey J. Clewell III, and Melvin E. Andersen).
SECTION 4 MODELING TISSUE AND ORGANISM RESPONSES.
12 Computational Model for Iodide Economy and the HPT Axis in the Adult Rat (Jeffrey W. Fisher and Eva D. McLanahan).
13 Two-Stage Clonal Growth Modeling of Cancer (Rory B. Conolly and Melvin E. Andersen).
14 Statistical and Physiological Modeling of the Toxicity of Chemicals in Mixtures (Hisham A. El-Masri, Michael A. Lyons, and Raymond S.H. Yang).
15 (Q)SAR Models of Adverse Responses: Acute Systemic Toxicity (Mark T.D. Cronin, Yana K. Koleva, and Judith C. Madden).
SECTION 5 MODEL APPLICATION AND EVALUATION.
16 Modeling Exposures to Chemicals From Multiple Sources and Routes (Panos G. Georgopoulos, Sastry S. Isukapalli, and Kannan Krishnan).
17 Probabilistic Reverse Dosimetry Modeling for Interpreting Biomonitoring Data (Yu-Mei Tan and Harvey J. Clewell III).
18 Quantitative Modeling in Noncancer Risk Assessment (Q. Jay Zhao, Lynne Haber, Melissa Kohrman-Vincent, Patricia Nance, and Michael Dourson).
19 Application of Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Modeling in Health Risk Assessment (Harvey J. Clewell III).
20 Uncertainty, Variability, and Sensitivity Analyses in Simulation Models (Sastry S. Isukapalli, Martin Spendiff, Panos G. Georgopoulos and Kannan Krishnan).
21 Evaluation of Quantitative Models in Toxicology: Progress and Challenges (Kannan Krishnan and Melvin E. Andersen).