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Software for Evaluating Drug Induced Hepatotoxicity

This invention pertains to a software tool for assisting differential medical diagnosis of drug-induced liver injury (hepatotoxicity) using clinical trial data. The software is capable of identifying a small subset of patients at risk for hepatotoxicity out of a pool of thousands of clinical trial participants. This software tool is the only one of its kind developed using SAS/IntrNet®.

Potential Commercial Applications:

  • Hepatotoxicity detection
  • Drug interactions

Competitive Advantages:

  • Personalized predictions
  • SAS/IntrNet® compatible


Inventors:
Ted Guo

Intellectual Property:
Software Tool - Patent protection is not being pursued for this technology.

Publications:
Guo T, et al. A Tool to Help You Decide [detect potentially serious liver injury]. Silver Spring, Maryland: Presentation at the Annual Conference of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, 2008. PMID 21332248

Guo T, et al. How a SAS/IntrNet tool was created at the FDA for the detection of potential drug-induced liver injury using data with CDISC standard. San Diego, California: Proceedings of the Western Users of SAS Software Annual Conference, 2009.
Watkins PB, et al.

Licensing Contact:
Bill Ronnenberg, JD-MIP, MS
FDA Technology Transfer Program
10903 New Hampshire Ave.
Building WO1, Rm 4214
Silver Spring, MD 20993
Email: FDAInventionlicensing@fda.hhs.gov
Phone: 240-402-4561

OTT Reference No: E-103-2012/0
Updated: Dec 19, 2013