The Emerging Discipline of Quantitative Systems Pharmacology
by Tarek A Leil, Sergey Ermakov (eds)
Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A. 2015
Number of pages: 99
Quantitative Systems Pharmacology is still in its infancy, but has tremendous potential to change the way we approach biomedical research. QSP is really the integration of two disciplines that have been increasingly useful in biomedical research; 'Systems Biology' and 'Quantitative Pharmacology'.
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