CR ratio

CR ratio

[¦sē′är ‚rā·shō]
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CR ratio influences the cost of capital significantly and the correlation is positive but low, indicating that together with the growth of CR from 0 to 1 the cost of capital is growing.
In this way, once the steady-state and a pharmacological response, ranging between the 20-80% of maximal effect, corresponding to the linear portion of the sigmoid dose-effect curve, is reached, we can estimate the methadone optimal dose, required to achieve its "clinical surrogate endpoint", in absence of other confounder factors for U-T/ Cr ratio (e.
Zhao and colleagues [41] reported several findings about the NAA/Cr and Cho/Cr ratios: (a) compared with normal controls, the NAA/Cr ratio in patients with OCD was higher in the right caudate nuclei and the left hippocampus but lower in the genu of the corpus callosum; (b) compared to normal controls the Cho/ Cr ratio in Patients with OCD was higher in the right caudate nucleus and the left temporal lobe; (c) among Patients with OCD the duration of illness was negatively correlated with the NAA/Cr ratio in the right prefrontal lobe; and (d) among Patients with OCD the NAA/Cr ratio in the genu of the corpus callosum and the Cho/Cr ratio in the left temporal lobe were negatively correlated with the total score of YBOCS.
Contrary to our results, their study revealed no significant difference for the CR ratio.
1995) examined CR ratios between different levels of basketball and soccer players and reported no significant differences.
Figure 3 depicts the changes in the CR ratio during development of post-diapause embryos.
In contrast to the reliability of the Cr ratios, Os isotope ratios are more susceptible to misinterpretations because Os isotope ratios between the earth's mantle and meteorites are practically indistinguishable ([sup.
The CR Ratios provide a new way of estimating audience viewership from difficult to quantify television mediums such as local cable.