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AEgis Technologies Announces Official Launch of ADME WorkBench Software for Pharmacokinetics Prediction
Date:9/16/2013

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  • PBPK models which include advanced multi-compartment GI uptake models, support for both linear and nonlinear kinetics, and an advanced liver model
  • Support for end-user customization of any of the provided PBPK models
  • A choice of prediction methods depending on availability of preclinical data determined either in vitro and/or in vivo in single or multiple species
  • Ability to integrate values of ADME parameters predicted from a broad range of methods
  • Ability to simulate a single compound or multiple compounds in batch mode
  • Simulation of tissue concentration at the macro level (whole organ) and micro level (cell, interstitial fluid) either for the bound or unbound drug condition
  • About AEgis Technologies Group

    AEgis Technologies is a privately held small business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, USA, that provides advanced technology and expert consulting services to industries throughout the world. AEgis specializes in modeling & simulation (M&S) and micro/nanoscale technology development. The company’s M&S products and services include software for the pharmaceutical/risk assessment, industrial process, automotive, and military/aerospace markets. AEgis’ Nanogenesis Division excels in advancing cutting edge micro and nanoscale technologies from concept to deployment with applications ranging from defense to energy to biotechnology.

    AEgis has enjoyed steady growth with revenues increasing to $65 million in sales and employment of 325+ professionals. AEgis has been instrumental in the acceptance of M&S as a profession, as a graduate program of study among many colleges and universities and in the creation of an M&S standards and professional certification across the international M&S professional community-of-practice. Since its founding in 1989, AEgis is committed to honesty and integrity and was recognized for its honorab
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