allometrically love

Definitions

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  • adverb In an allometric manner
  • adverb With regard to allometry

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Examples

  • The fringes are not supported internally by muscles or skeletal structures, and they scale allometrically with the size of the lizard (Russell et al. 2001).

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  • This compares well with the known oral bioavailability of this compound in This allometric relationship between body surface rats and dogs (83 and 72%, respectively). area and species body weight then allows for a simple conversion of drug doses across species (Figure 8.3), and allometrically equivalent doses of drugs (mg kgÀ1) can be calculated for any 8.2 Prediction from animals species (Table 8.4).

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  • The predicted in vivo renal how important this was for the systemic clearance Cl for rat (estimated by multiplying the predicted of compound X in dog. hepatic Cl by 9) may be scaled allometrically to This is an example of how in vitro studies can be obtain a prediction for the human in vivo renal combined with in vivo preclinical data, leading to clearance.

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  • Predicted total Cl was obtained by adding in renal Cl estimates which were, in turn, scaled allometrically (Y ¼ aW 0: 75). and/or microsomal protein binding).

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