High-to-Low-Dose Extrapolation

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is High-to-Low-Dose Extrapolation?

The process of prediction of low exposure risk to humans and animals from the measured high-exposure-high-risk data involving laboratory animals.

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