Non-compartment model to compartment model pharmacokinetics transformation meta-analysis - a multivariate nonlinear mixed model

Zhiping Wang, Seongho Kim, Sara Quinney, Jihao Zhou, Lang Li

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Abstract

Background: To fulfill the model based drug development, the very first step is usually a model establishment from published literatures. Pharmacokinetics model is the central piece of model based drug development. This paper proposed an important approach to transform published non-compartment model pharmacokinetics (PK) parameters into compartment model PK parameters. This meta-analysis was performed with a multivariate nonlinear mixed model. A conditional first-order linearization approach was developed for statistical estimation and inference.Results: Using MDZ as an example, we showed that this approach successfully transformed 6 non-compartment model PK parameters from 10 publications into 5 compartment model PK parameters. In simulation studies, we showed that this multivariate nonlinear mixed model had little relative bias (<1%) in estimating compartment model PK parameters if all non-compartment PK parameters were reported in every study. If there missing non-compartment PK parameters existed in some published literatures, the relative bias of compartment model PK parameter was still small (<3%). The 95% coverage probabilities of these PK parameter estimates were above 85%.Conclusions: This non-compartment model PK parameter transformation into compartment model meta-analysis approach possesses valid statistical inference. It can be routinely used for model based drug development.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article numberS8
JournalBMC Systems Biology
Volume4
Issue numberSUPPL. 1
DOIs
StatePublished - May 28 2010

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Linearization
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  • Modeling and Simulation
  • Molecular Biology
  • Computer Science Applications
  • Applied Mathematics

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Non-compartment model to compartment model pharmacokinetics transformation meta-analysis - a multivariate nonlinear mixed model. / Wang, Zhiping; Kim, Seongho; Quinney, Sara K.; Zhou, Jihao; Li, Lang.

In: BMC Systems Biology, Vol. 4, No. SUPPL. 1, S8, 28.05.2010.

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