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antilogarithm

a number whose logarithm to a given base is a given number
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antilogarithm

[¦an·ti′läg·ə‚rith·əm]
(mathematics)
For a number x, a second number whose logarithm equals x. Abbreviated antilog. Also known as inverse logarithm.
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The antiviral activity was expressed as percentage of inhibition (PI) of virus replication and calculated according the formula: 1 - (antilogarithmic test value / antilogarithmic control value) x 100 (Miranda et al., 1997).
Table 3 shows estimates of fetal cord blood changes, calculated from the final SEM in Figure 2 with use of nonstandardized coefficients (original or natural coefficients) and an antilogarithmic calculation method (cord blood lead level, maternal blood lead level, and RBC lead level were log-transformed in the models).