Multi-hit model, Advanced Statistics

 

Multi-hit model is the model for a toxic response which results from the random occurrence of one or the more fundamental biological events. A response is supposed to be induced once the target tissue has been 'hit' by the number, k, of biologically effective units of dose within a particular time period. Assuming that the number of hits during this period follows a Poisson procedure, the probability of a response is given by

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