Applications des modèles physiologiques à l'analyse de données de toxicocinétique

Sandrine Micallef; Frédéric Yves Bois

Journal de la société française de statistique (2004)

  • Volume: 145, Issue: 3, page 15-32
  • ISSN: 1962-5197

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Micallef, Sandrine, and Bois, Frédéric Yves. "Applications des modèles physiologiques à l'analyse de données de toxicocinétique." Journal de la société française de statistique 145.3 (2004): 15-32. <>.

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