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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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In each case, we began by calculating the mixture dose-response curves that were to be expected if all components acted together according to the principles of dose addition.
phi]] and confidence intervals were determined in vitro with the MixLow method, once the estimated parameters from the dose-response curves of independent extracts and mixtures, were obtained.
This article demonstrates how-to construct a successful Daubert/Frye challenge against an expert's attempted use of a nonmonotonic, non-threshold dose-response curve to support an adverse causation opinion about an alleged EDC.
When the team infected kidney cells with these altered viruses and calculated the dose-response curves with the new model, the slopes were different than those for normal HIV.
The dose response curves for optimum insertion conditions for the present and our other two previous studies (6,7) were compared for parallelism by comparing the straight lines of best fit to the sigma shaped dose-response curves using the t-test method outlined by Tallarida (13), incorporated into PharmTools Pro software, (McCary Group, Elkins Park, PA, USA).
1, a dose-response curve was calculated for each scan as a composite of the 12 replicates of dye concentrations, and the slope and LOD calculated.
A number of aspects of the model contain considerable uncertainty: the cost and time of the fumigation plan, the indoor spatial deposition after an attack, the reaerosolization and deposition rates inside a room, spore dynamics in a duct, air-cleaning efficacy, vacuum efficacy, Hazmat logistics, the spatial heterogeneity in sampling, vaccine coverage, and the low end of the dose-response curve.
And he found that laboratory studies looking at the ability of radiation from a phone's antenna to cause functional genetic damage were definitely positive, and were following a dose-response curve.
If it is apparent that an agent is DNA-reactive as well as highly active as a promoter at higher doses, both linear and nonlinear default procedures may be used to distinguish between the events operative at different portions of the dose-response curve and to consider the contribution of both phenomena to risk in the range of interest.
Even without the uncertaint of extrapolation, the confidence interval for risk estimates will widen (increasing uncertainty) as you move away in either direction (to higher or lower dosage) from the median (50%) response level of any organism for any dose-response curve.
Results presented in table view as well as dose-response curve data can be copied or exported from LabScribe2 for further analysis.
EPA risk-assessment guidelines recommend low-dose linear extrapolation when a) there are data to indicate that the dose-response curve has a linear component below the POD, or b) as a default for a tumor site where the mode of action is not established (U.
including new industrial-scale dose-response curve fitting and review procedures, in particular for more complex screening technologies;
This group served as control group 1 and dose-response curve of histamine was compared with that of insulin to determine the magnitude of insulin- mediated contraction because in research studies histamine-mediated airway smooth muscle contraction is commonly taken as standard (100 percent) Ref Needed.
Dosage quantities and severity of reaction to the GCB were ranked independently by two groups of physicians, and a dose-response curve was generated.