Those looking for introductory and comparative information regarding the selection, inputs, outputs, and differences between models explored by the team and found to be useful in assessing exposures to humans from products are for use by those looking for introductory and comparative information regarding the selection, inputs, outputs, and differences between models explored by the team. It should not be considered exhaustive, as many models were explored but found to be inaccessible to the general member (fee-based, other languages, etc.), were unwieldy, or could not be validated as functional. Members are encouraged to participate in the member societies and raise awareness of new or unreviewed models to the AIHA Exposure Assessment Strategies Committee for further consideration.
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