endpoint

the point marking the end of one stage of a process. In filtrate analysis, the endpoint is the point at which a particular result is achieved through titration.
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Endpoint

a characteristic of an ecological component that may be affected by exposure to a stressor (Risk Assessment Forum 1990:12); a characteristic of valued environmental entities that are believed to be at risk (Suter 1990:9). Suter (1990) distinguished two types of endpoints
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Endpoint

a characteristic of an ecological component that may be affected by exposure to a stressor (Risk Assessment Forum 1992:12); a characteristic of valued environmental entities that are believed to be at risk (Suter 1990:9). Suter (1990) distinguished two types of endpoints: Assessment endpoint--an explicit expression of the actual environmental value...
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Endpoint

a characteristic of an ecological component that may be affected by exposure to a stressor (Risk Assessment Forum 199212); a characteristic of valued environmental entities that are believed to be at risk (Suter 19909). Suter (1990) distinguished two types of endpoints Assessment endpoint--an explicit expression of the actual environmental value th...
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endpoint

a marker of disease progression or treatment outcome. Endpoints may be clinical manifestations (e.g., disease symptoms, death) or laboratory results such as ALT level or viral load (sometimes called surrogate markers). An endpoint of a clinical trial is the outcome
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endpoint

end point. Compare with equivalence point. The experimental estimate of the equivalence point in a titration.
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endpoint

In clinical trials, an event or outcome that can be measured objectively to determine whether the intervention being studied is beneficial. The endpoints of a clinical trial are usually included in the study objectives. Some examples of endpoints are survival, improvements in quality of life, relief of symptoms, and disappearance of the tumor.
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Endpoint

The experimental estimate of the equivalence point in a titration.
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endpoint

The main result that is measured at the end of a study to see if a given treatment worked (eg, the number of deaths or the difference in survival between the treatment group and the control group). What the primary endpoint will be is decided before the study begins.
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endpoint

the results of an intervention such as vaccination compared among different study groups in a clinical trial. In early vaccine trials, common endpoints are safety and specific types and intensities of immune responses (neutralizing antibodies, CTL responses).
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endpoint

What researchers measure to evaluate the results of a new treatment being tested in a clinical trial. Research teams establish the endpoints of a trial before it begins. Examples of endpoints include toxicity, tumor response, survival time and quality of life.
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