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Extrapolation of toxicological data from laboratory studies to the human situation
|Statement||[R.F. Willes ... et al.].|
|Series||Strengths and limitations of benefit-cost and analyses applied to the assessment of industrial organic chemicals including pesticides -- monograph 3, Publication of the Environmental Secretariat, Publication (National Research Council of Canada. Environmental Secretariat) -- no. 23909|
|Contributions||Willes, R. F., National Research Council of Canada. Subcommittee on Pesticides and Industrial Organic Chemicals|
|LC Classifications||RC268.65 E98 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 145, vii p. :|
|Number of Pages||145|
Committee of Systematic Toxicological Analysis Thomas Stimpfl, PhD, Chairman Klaus Muller, PhD, Former Chairman Laboratory facilities for toxicological analysis should meet an acceptable standard. Access to the laboratory The results from each test are to be checked against appropriate data bases and authentic standards to see whichFile Size: KB. A failure to resolve these problems has frequently resulted in increased testing costs and complications in the assessment and extrapolation of the results. Publicity surrounding toxicologic issues has created chronic public apprehension about the ability of science and government to .
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The Evaluation of Toxicological Data for the Protection of Public Health to the establishment of “Early Warning Systems” or the quantification of risk where the suspicion has come from laboratory or other human studies.
The conceptual and practical issues of these two classes of study are very different. The selection is a. In the case of substances with a limited toxicological data base there is often (i) a lack of qualified human toxicological data; and (ii) a paucity of studies with adequate exposure duration.
Hence, several extrapolations have to be performed to arrive at appropriate risk assessments or derive occupational exposure by: The first three issues that follow bear on the interpretation of both human and animal data; the last two are related to problems in cross-species extrapolation of results.
The first problem centers on determining whether behavioral-teratology findings are a result of primary developmental toxicity or are secondary to maternal toxicity or to. Extrapolation of Toxicological and Pharmacological Data from Animals to Humans. Author links open overlay panel WILLARD R.
CHAPPELL 1 JOYCE MORDENTI 2Cited by: 1. Author(s): Willes,R F; National Research Council Canada. Subcommittee on Pesticides and Industrial Organic Chemicals.
Title(s): Extrapolation of toxicological data from laboratory studies to the human situation/ National Research Council of Canada, Associate Committee on Scientific Criteria for Environmental Quality, Subcommittee on Pesticides and Industrial Organic Chemicals.
Controversy on toxicological dose-response relationships and low-dose extrapolation of respective risks is often the consequence of misleading data presentation, lack of differentiation between types of response variables, and diverging mechanistic interpretation. In this chapter, we address respective issues and illustrate them with appropriate examples taken from genotoxicity, mutagenicity.
The toxicological literature was reviewed for in vitro and in vivo studies on nanoparticle toxicity and an allometric scaling model was developed for transforming the observed effect levels from.
Relevant abstracts were assessed overall, depending on the following information: – Clear concordance between human and animal studies. – Limited concordance between human and animal studies. – Lack of concordance between human and animal studies, due to one of the following factors: Unclear reporting, bias, inconsistency, species differences, heterogeneity, and lack of clinical : Rebecca Ram.
Methodologic Issues of Extrapolation from Animal Studies to Human Toxicant Exposure." National Research Council. Biologic Markers in Reproductive Toxicology.
Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / ×. Introduction. M erriam-Webster defines extrapolation as “to project, extend, or expand (known data or experience) into an area not known or experienced so as to arrive at a usually conjectural knowledge of the unknown area.” In toxicology, extrapolation is the logical consequence of using models and not the systems themselves to study any phenomenon.
1 As toxicologists, we want to protect Cited by: 3. Vermeire et al (, ) and KEMI (), or a deterministic default factor of could be used for extrapolation of data from rat studies to the human situation ß by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC 5.
4 INTRASPECIES EXTRAPOLATION (INTERINDIVIDUAL, HUMAN-TO-HUMAN) Risk assessments are usually based on data from studies in animals of. Data derived from human chemical exposure studies allow researchers to avoid many of the uncertainties and problems that are inherent in interspecies extrapolations.
High-quality human data are preferred by regulatory agencies for use in assessing the potential of chemicals to cause adverse health. Plasma concentration time course data collected from in vivo rat studies were obtained from 3 sources: (1) new experiments conducted by the National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory (NHEERL) of the U.S.
EPA, (2) the RTI International (RTI), and (3) previously published studies curated from the peer-reviewed literature as Cited by: Current FDA perspectives on animal selection and extrapolation 4.
International perspectives on animal selection and extrapolation 5. Opinions on animal selection for the assessment of carcinogenicity Part 2: Use of physiological and toxicological data from man and. determined. The third major source of complexity is the need for extrapolation, either across species, because much toxicological data are obtained from studies in laboratory animals, or across doses, because human toxicological and epide-miological data often are limited to specific dose ranges that differ from the dose.
Correlation coefficients for time to clear, comparing human vs rabbit for each dose volume-species combination across the four test products, wereml-human vs ml-rabbit;Interpretation and Extrapolation of Chemical and Biological Carcinogenicity Data to Establish Human Safety Standards (Current Issues in Toxicology): Medicine & Format: Paperback.
TCAS case studies are impartial and objective summaries of toxicological investigations. Case studies are impartial and objective summaries of toxicological matters wherein TCAS was retained for the purpose of assessing toxicological factors.
In many cases the assessment led to a determination of impairment, disease, death causation or no causation. Currently, extrapolation is problematic and might generate false positives as well as false negatives. We are of the view that population modeling can reduce this uncertainty and add value to the ecological risk assessment process when used with appropriate experimental methods for model by: The effects of cadmium, copper, lead and zinc on survival, growth, cocoon production and cocoon viability of the earthworm Eisenia fetida (Savigny) were determined in three experiments.
In experiment 1, worms were exposed to single metals in standard artificial soil. For experiment 2, worms were maintained in contaminated soils collected from sites at different distances from a smelting works Cited by:. The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) is an agency of the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services charged under the Superfund Act to assess the presence and nature of health hazards at specific Superfund sites and to help prevent or reduce further exposure and the illnesses that result from such exposures.logic evidence of a hazard with contradictory laboratory data may indicate confounding of the human data from- other risk factors or bias due to systematically erroneous data.
Animal studies might have erred in selecting an inappropriate species or exposure conditions. Where animal studies suggest a hazard but human studies do not, the human.studies due to inadequate historical data related to their influences on animal survival and toxicological endpoints.
For example, loss of necessary but unidentified micronutrients in the.