February 10, 2018

Read e-book online A Comprehensive Guide to Toxicology in Preclinical Drug PDF

By Ali S. Faqi (Auth.)

ISBN-10: 0123878152

ISBN-13: 9780123878151

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Quite commonly, elimination of small molecules occurs in several organs, such as the liver and the kidneys, although one may predominate. Because blood flow is fractionally distributed between the various potential organs of elimination, clearance from these organs is a parallel process. 6) One exception to this relationship occurs when there is significant elimination by the lung, for which blood flow is in series rather than in parallel with all of the other organs. Obviously, organ-specific pathology may impact organ-specific CL, which in turn will affect the total observed CL.

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