Draw a cross mark at the end point
to make it very visible (6).
In comparison, in patients without CKD, 19% on pioglitazone met the primary end point
, compared with 20% in the placebo group.
Mechanistically based in vitro tests for ocular irritation likely will depend on a) well-characterized ocular cellular models, b) assays that measure biochemical end points
of cellular injury, and c) a database of human responses.
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com/reports/c73372) has announced the addition of Can the Use of Biomarkers as Surrogate End Points
Stimulate the Drug-Development Lull?
Recently added to the arsenal of end points
that such toxicological studies can use is the measurement of levels of the thousands of proteins and mRNAs present in the cell.
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This international organization, composed of more than 30 member nations and their chemical industries, created the SIDS program with the goal of screening HPV chemicals for toxicologic end points
Gonad histology is at present not included as a requirement for the draft-revised OECD test guideline 206, but histology is mentioned in the EDSTAC proposals as a possible further end point
, subject to research.
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To show that a postulated mode of action is operative, it is generally necessary to outline the sequence of events leading to the toxicologic or disease end point
and to identify key events that can be measured, often through biomarkers.