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Pharsight Launches PK Accelerator(TM)
Date:6/24/2008

ial simulation, and drug model visualization.

About WinNonlin AutoPilot

WinNonlin(R) AutoPilot(TM) orchestrates PK analyses by selecting input data from a user's local file system or Pharsight Knowledgebase Server(TM) ("PKS"), and then directs WinNonlin to perform analyses and produce report quality tables, figures, and text output (e.g., in Microsoft(R) Excel(TM), SigmaPlot(R), and Microsoft Word(TM)) for regulatory submissions and interim reports. Formatted PK analyses outputs must reflect the requirements and SOPs of each research organization, and WinNonlin AutoPilot provides a user interface that allows extensive configuration of formatting and business rules to enable clear communication of standards and immediate use across the organization. PK analyses that can be automated include noncompartmental analysis for different study designs and inferential statistics (e.g., bioequivalence testing), as well as comparisons between analytes, dose routes or other conditions. Used in conjunction with PKS and PKS Reporter(TM), WinNonlin AutoPilot provides standardized, regulatory compliant, secure and automatic generation of routine analyses and reports. Used independently of PKS and PKS Reporter, WinNonlin AutoPilot can provide significant return on investment through productivity gains and quality improvements in PK analysis and reporting.

About PKS Reporter

PKS Reporter(TM) addresses the need for streamlined, systematic, and automated report generation and signature. Using PKS as an underlying source of secure, regulatory-compliant report content, PKS Reporter allows researchers to use familiar tools such as WinNonlin and Microsoft Word(R) to construct, update, review and approve any type of report.

About WinNonlin Validation Suite

The WinNonlin Validation Suite(TM) streamlines your on-site validation of the WinNonlin product. The Validation Suite provides a selection of automated tests, each of which runs a specific WinNonli
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