Toxicokinetics

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Primary Objective of Toxicokinetics

Toxicokinetics is defined as the generation of pharmacokinetic data, either as an integral component in the conduct of preclinical toxicity studies.

The primary objective of toxicokinetics is to describe the systemic exposure achieved and its relationship to dose level and the time course of the toxicity study.

A scientist at Alderley Analytical intently monitors toxicokinetic assay data on a large screen in the laboratory, surrounded by advanced analytical instruments. This setup underscores the company's commitment to delivering precise and reliable bioanalytical results through the use of state-of-the-art technology.

Alderley Analytical have specific software validated within the laboratories to calculate the toxicokinetic parameters derived from your bioanalytical data and we have the expertise to interpret the data to support your preclinical study.

Read more on how Toxicokinetics is integral to our GLP Regulatory Bioanalysis or how our Sample Storage capabilities supporting Toxicokinetics studies.

 

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