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This paper considers parallel line bioassay from a Bayesian point of view. The mathematical formulation considered is a nonlinear one in which the log potency ratio appears explicitly as a parameter. Models for estimating log potency ratio from a single assay, and also for combining information from several assays are discussed. The method of analysis follows closely the ideas of Lindley & Smith (1972) for the linear model. © 1980 Biometrika Trust.

Original publication

DOI

10.1093/biomet/67.3.607

Type

Journal article

Journal

Biometrika

Publication Date

01/12/1980

Volume

67

Pages

607 - 612