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From: Penny Zhu <penny.zhu_at_novartis.com>

Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2015 06:48:43 -0700

Dear all

Assuming the population PK or PD data are log-normally (or normally) distributed, if you have the mean and standard deviation of a readout at each timepoint but do not have the actual raw data (assuming all pateints are with the same dosing regimen, etc), is it possible to establish a well fitted population PK or PD model? How would one get about doing it?

Your help is very much appreciated

Penny

Received on Thu Sep 10 2015 - 09:48:43 EDT

Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2015 06:48:43 -0700

Dear all

Assuming the population PK or PD data are log-normally (or normally) distributed, if you have the mean and standard deviation of a readout at each timepoint but do not have the actual raw data (assuming all pateints are with the same dosing regimen, etc), is it possible to establish a well fitted population PK or PD model? How would one get about doing it?

Your help is very much appreciated

Penny

Received on Thu Sep 10 2015 - 09:48:43 EDT

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