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Evaluation of statistical tools used in short-term repeated dose administration toxicity studies with rodents
Journal of Toxicological Sciences
In order to know the different statistical tools used to analyze the data obtained from twenty-eight-day repeated dose oral toxicity studies with rodents and the impact of these statistical tools on interpretation of data obtained from the studies, study reports of 122 numbers of twenty-eight-day repeated dose oral toxicity studies conducted in rats were examined. It was found that both complex and easy routes of decision trees were followed for the analysis of the quantitative data. Thesedoi:10.2131/jts.33.97 pmid:18303188 fatcat:v2mqkbptkzewrifm3r4dxbd6jm