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Risk Assessment IDentification And Ranking (RAIDAR) Model
Risk Assessment IDentification And Ranking – Indoor and Consumer Exposure (RAIDAR-ICE) Model
The Indoor Chemical Exposure Classification/Ranking Model (ICECRM)
FHX (Far-field Human eXposure) model
FHX-CAN (Far-field Human eXposure in Canada) model
In Vitro Mass Balance Models (IV-MBM)
The In Vitro Mass Balance Models (IV-MBM) were designed to simulate the distribution of organic chemicals in in vitro test systems based on i) the physical-chemical properties of the chemical and ii) the properties (e.g., volume fraction of serum albumin in the test medium) and dimensions of the in vitro
AQUAWEB (Aquatic Food Web) model
Bioconcentration for Ionizable Organics (BIONIC)
San Francisco Bay Food Web Bioaccumulation model
Screening-level BCF and BAF models
Human Biotransformation and Total Elimination Half-life QSARs (IFS)
Fish biotransformation rate constant (or half-life) QSARs
The OECD has developed standardized test guidelines for measuring in vitro biotransformation rates using S9 and hepatocyte (HEP) assay systems from rainbow trout liver tissues. Models are required to extrapolate the in vitro rates to in vivo liver clearance and whole body biotransformation rates and to incorporate these rates in toxicokinetic models to calculate bioaccumulation assessment endpoints such as the bioconcentration factor (BCF). One model for extrapolating in vitro S9 and HEP biotransformation rates to fish BCFs is the one developed by Nichols et al. 2013. An on-line version of the Nichols et al., 2013 IVIVE-Fish BCF model is available.
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