- Uncheck the box next to “Pooled fit”
- Configure the “Category Variable” column for each parameter you want to estimate, as follows:
- If you want one estimated parameter value to be used across all groups, set the value to <POOLED>
- If you want group-specific parameter estimates, set the value to empty or to the name of your grouping variable (e.g., “Group”).
- If you want to estimate subgroup-specific parameter values, set the value to a variable in your dataset that identifies membership in the groups. In your case, you should add a variable that identifies which molecule version is associated with that row of the data. Set the Category Variable to the name of this variable, and you’ll estimate one parameter value for each version of the molecule.
Pooled data fit of multiple data sets from different model parameters
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mitpi_182 2022년 8월 27일
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I have two sets of PK data from two versions of a molecule which is designed to bind to a target with a given Kd. Each data set represents the PK of the molecule which binds to the target at the corresponding Kd value. I'm looking to perform a pooled fit of both data sets to five parameters of a model which describes the kinetics of the molecule - it's a standard TMDD model -, kdeg, kint, R0, kon, koff. The objective of the fit is to obtain two parameter sets corresponding to the two data sets, where the value of kdeg, kint, and R0 are the same in each fit, and the value of kon and koff can vary per data set; but with the constraint that the Kd value is equal to the corresponding known experimentally measured value. How can I do this using the Model Analyzer GUI?
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Arthur Goldsipe 2022년 8월 29일
If I understand correctly, you can do this in the Model Analyzer app. You just need to merge the two data sets into a single data set, and add a variable that identifies which version of the molecule the data is associated with. Then, you can configure whether each parameter you estimate is "pooled" or has a different estimate for each molecule version.
You can find a command-line example of this workflow here. I don't thin we have an example right now of how to do this in the app. But here’s how it works:
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Fulden Buyukozturk 2022년 8월 30일
Hello, if I understand correctly, you only want to estimate a single kon, and want to specify a different Kd value for each group.
If that's the case, you can use group-specific variants to specify different Kd values during fitting and you don't need to do a category-specific fit/define a Category Variable.
Ability to use group-specific variants are available in R2021b and later. Would you be able to upgrade? If so, below are the steps that you could follow in R2021b and later. If you're unable to upgrade, please let me know and I can share a hacky way to do this in R2020b.
- Add an initial assignment to your model: koff = kon*Kd
- Add two Variants to your model to store different Kd values of your molecules, let's say you name these variants as MoleculeV1 and MoleculeV2
- In the Fit Program, populate the Variant and Dose Setup table as follows so that MoleculeV1 variant is applied to Group 1 and MoleculeV2 is applied to Group 2 (note that you will see tha Variant and Dose Setup table only in R2021b and later)
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