Alternative models for analyses of liver and mammary transorgan metabolite extraction data.

@article{Hanigan1998AlternativeMF,
  title={Alternative models for analyses of liver and mammary transorgan metabolite extraction data.},
  author={Mark D. Hanigan and James France and D. WRAY-CAHEN and David E Beever and Gerald E. Lobley and L F Reutzel and Nancy E. Smith},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={1998},
  volume={79 1},
  pages={63-78}
}
Alternative models for analyses of liver and mammary transorgan data were formulated and fitted to liver and mammary data sets respectively. The models considered metabolite inputs to and effluxes from an extracellular pool. In general, fits were greatly improved over previous efforts using other models (Miller et al. 1991a; Hanigan et al. 1992; Wray-Cahen et al. 1997). Errors of prediction were generally less than 15% for liver and less than 20% for mammary glands. With the possible exception… CONTINUE READING
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