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dose-response curve n.

In vivo and in vitro dose-response curves.

Dose-Response Curve for Chromosome Translocations Induced by Low Dose Rate 137Cs Gamma Rays

Population-based dose–response curve of glomerular filtration rate to dietary protein intake

Dose-response curve for anaesthetics based on the Monod-Wyman-Changeux model.

Dose-response curve for anaesthetics based on the Monod-Wyman-Changeux model.

Sensitisation and Stability of Quartz OSL: Implications for Interpretation of Dose Response Curves

Mysteries of LiF TLD response following high ionisation density irradiation: nanodosimetry and track structure theory, dose response and glow curve shapes

Estimating Particulate Matter-Mortality Dose-Response Curves and Threshold Levels: An Analysis of Daily Time-Series for the 20 Largest US Cities

Efficacy of Targretin on methylnitrosourea-induced mammary cancers: prevention and therapy dose–response curves and effects on proliferation and apoptosis

Dose-response curve and time-course of effect of vecuronium in male and female patients.

Dose-Response Curve for Translocation Frequency with Single Pair of Painted Chromosome. A Comparison with Dicentric and Micronuclei Frequency

ESR dosimetry of fossil enamel: some comments about measurement precision, long-term signal fading and dose–response curve fitting

The Use of In Vitro Toxicity Data and Physiologically Based Kinetic Modeling to Predict Dose-Response Curves for In Vivo Developmental Toxicity of Glycol Ethers in Rat and Man

 

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The functional relationship between the dosage of a drug and the size or strength of a physiological or behavioural response to it. It is almost invariably monotonically increasing, with larger dosages of the drug producing larger responses, at least within a certain range, but very low and/or very high dosages may not follow this pattern. For example, a low dosage of adrenalin (epinephrine) or acetylcholine produces a slight drop in blood pressure, whereas a high dosage produces a large increase in blood pressure, and a low dosage of caffeine may enhance typing skill whereas a larger dosage impairs it. Also called the dose-response relation(ship). See also initial values law.

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