fT value

fT value

[¦ef¦tē ‚val·yü]
(nuclear physics)
The product of the half-period T of a nucleus that undergoes beta decay and an integral f that depends on the beta-decay energy and the type of transition; decays of a particular degree of forbiddenness have similar values of this product.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Survival according to baseline FT value and treatment response.
To validate that the classification of HCV patients into 3 classes according to FT values, as previously recommended for disease management (8,18), was actually associated with mortality and morbidity, we used as 2 secondary endpoints survival without death related to HCV and the overall survival whatever the cause of death.
Among the 300 controls, the median (SE) FT value was 0.08 (0.004) (95th percentile, 0.23), and the median AT value was 0.07 (0.004) (95th percentile, 0.26).
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