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Synonyms for curve

something bent

to swerve from a straight line

to have or cause to have a curved or sinuous form or surface

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a line on a graph representing data

a pitch of a baseball that is thrown with spin so that its path curves as it approaches the batter

the property possessed by the curving of a line or surface

curved segment (of a road or river or railroad track etc

turn sharply

extend in curves and turns

form an arch or curve

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bend or cause to bend

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form a curl, curve, or kink

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The dose-response curve had a classic monotonic shape with median effective concentration ([EC.
The dose-response curve for prostatic tumors in rats dosed with Cd appears nonmonotonic at higher doses.
In the present study we examined two important issues regarding estrogen action--strain sensitivity and dose-response curve shape--always in the context of the effects of perinatal BPA exposure.
Assuming an LNT dose-response curve and using dose lagging is a contradiction because with the LNT model each unit-dose increment (e.
The dose-response curves were constructed and the experimental points fitted using least-squares linear regression.
Several possible explanations of the effect of smoking and alcohol dependence on the alcohol-CDT dose-response curve can be proposed.
m] /100 in animals if the dose-response curve is linear below the PoD.
The tendency of the dose-response curve of TF on Ang II-induced portal vein contraction was similar to Valsartan in both SHR and RHR (Table 1 and Fig.
00) for test results of the AxSYM vs the Stratus II immunoassay, indicating a very close match to the dose-response curves previously seen with Digibind-free specimens as well as the regression equation for serum samples with added Digibind (Fig.
This study provides critical information about the lower end of the MVax dose-response curve," commented David Berd, Chief Medical Officer of AVAX.
This analysis also reveals a gap in the evidence base along the dose-response curve between ETS and active smoking, which is the dose range experienced by half the world's population from indoor biomass and coal burning for cooking and heating.
025) shift in circadian rhythm at 50 and 100 mg of up to 5 hours in the first night, and a statistically significant dose-response curve.
Both the ezetimibe/fenofibrate and ezetimibe / gemfibrozil combinations were well tolerated with no increase in adverse events or abnormal laboratory values, probably because ezetimibe has a fairly flat dose-response curve.
Nevertheless, as noted above, sensitivity has also more recently been used to denote the quotient "response/ stimulus" (R/S)--or, in the case of an assay system, the slope (dR/dD) of the dose-response curve.
The data show a dose-response curve for antibody reduction and also show that the 300 mg and 900 mg doses appear to be near the top of the antibody-related dose-response curve, thus supporting the choice of doses for this study.