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experimental group


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experimental group

experimental group

experimental group n.

experimental group n.

Quasi-Experimental Group Designs

Young Adult Smoking in Peer Groups: An Experimental Observational Study

Targeting high mobility group box protein 1 ameliorates testicular inflammation in experimental autoimmune orchitis

Group Contracts for Voluntary Nonpoint Source Pollution Reductions: Evidence from Experimental Auctions

Replicability and Recurrence in the Experimental Evolution of a Group I Ribozyme

Group B streptococcal β-hemolysin induces mortality and liver injury in experimental sepsis

Efficacy of levofloxacin in the treatment of experimental endocarditis caused by viridans group streptococci

Secreted Group IIA Phospholipase A2 Protects Humans Against the Group B Streptococcus: Experimental and Clinical Evidence

Single Case Design Studies in Music Therapy: Resurrecting Experimental Evidence in Small Group and Individual Music Therapy Clinical Settings

Epitope specificity of murine and human bactericidal antibodies against PorA P1.7,16 induced with experimental meningococcal group B vaccines

Experimental evidence for the correlation of bond distances in peptide groups detected in ultrahigh-resolution protein structures

Comparison of experimental and computational functional group mapping of an RNase A structure: implications for computer-aided drug design

Experimental RNomics and genomic comparative analysis reveal a large group of species-specific small non-message RNAs in the silkworm Bombyx mori

An experimental evaluation of a group- versus computer-based intervention to improve food portion size estimation skills

Active Immunization with a Detoxified Escherichia coli J5 Lipopolysaccharide Group B Meningococcal Outer Membrane Protein Complex Vaccine Protects Animals from Experimental Sepsis

 

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In experimental design, a group of research participants or subjects exposed to an independent variable in order to examine the causal effect of that treatment on a dependent variable. Compare control group.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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