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Accumulation-depuration data collection in support of toxicokinetic modelling

Aude Ratier 1 Sandrine Charles 1, 2, *
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2 Modélisation et écotoxicologie prédictives
Département biostatistiques et modélisation pour la santé et l'environnement [LBBE]
Abstract : Regulatory bodies requires evaluation of bioaccumulation of chemicals within organisms with the objective to better assess risks linked to the toxicity of active substances. To this end, toxicokinetic (TK) data are particularly useful to relate the chemical exposure concentration to the accumulation and depuration processes happening within organisms. The bioaccumulative property of substances is quantified by bioaccumulation metrics obtained by fitting TK models to data collected from bioaccumulation tests. The internal concentrations of the studied substances are measured within organisms at regular time points during both accumulation and depuration phases, and their time course is captured by TK models thus providing bioaccumulation metrics. Still today, raw TK data remain difficult to access, as most of the time provided within papers in plots only. To increase accessibility to TK data, we present in this paper a wide collection of raw data sets extracted from the scientific literature in support of TK modelling to be performed with the MOSAIC bioacc web application (https://mosaic.univ-lyon1.fr/bioacc/).
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Aude Ratier, Sandrine Charles. Accumulation-depuration data collection in support of toxicokinetic modelling. 2021. ⟨hal-03362531⟩

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