NONMEM is a software package developed by Stuart L. Beal and Lewis B. Sheiner in the late 1970s at UCSF for population pharmacokinetic modeling. Its name is an acronym for non-linear mixed effects modeling.

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  • NONMEM is a software package developed by Stuart L. Beal and Lewis B. Sheiner in the late 1970s at UCSF for population pharmacokinetic modeling. Its name is an acronym for non-linear mixed effects modeling. (en)
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  • NONMEM is a software package developed by Stuart L. Beal and Lewis B. Sheiner in the late 1970s at UCSF for population pharmacokinetic modeling. Its name is an acronym for non-linear mixed effects modeling. (en)
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