Teoreler is a web-based pharmacokinetic platform developed independently by researchers at the Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics,
University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK. This small group of researchers aim to provide physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) models for
use by the wider community without the need to build one from scratch. Teoreler also aims to provide greater understanding of the principles of
pharmacokinetics and the useful role of PBPK models during drug development and in the design of clinical trials.
Teoreler is completely web-based, as the user just needs to have an internet connection to execute simulations and eliminates the need to install any software, nor does it require a high spec computer which is typically needed with desktop based applications. Simulations can be performed on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets as the computational load is completely taken care by the server.
Teoreler is fast. This application is built using Julia, a recently developed programming language designed to have high performance especially for simulations consisting of large populations and coupled with efficient programming, outputs appropriate results in a very short amount of time.