overall response

overall response

[¦ō·vər¦ȯl ri′span̈s]
(electronics)
The ratio between system input and output.
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These results are consistent with the overall response rates observed in earlier studies, validating our research of venetoclax in relapsed/refractory CLL patients including those with the 17p deletion.
All women tested had a response in at least one of the time periods with an overall response of 13.
Osiris Therapeutics, Columbia, MD, announced that a new study shows Prochymal achieved an overall response rate of 63% when used as a rescue therapy in children suffering from severe treatment resistant graft vs.
Overall response rates as high as 92 percent, with complete response rates as high as 30 percent were achieved.
JI: How was the overall response and feedback from the audience?
The authors were charged with developing recommendations to improve the overall response of the sector to violence through improved service delivery, increased service co-ordination and enhanced co-ordination of funding and investment strategies.
3 minutes between the time a 911 dispatcher gets a call to the time the dispatcher relays it to the officer - that time is included in the overall response time figures.
They should be constantly testing marginal lists to see if they can be made to pay off, a process that invariably does somewhat depress overall response rates.
In a Phase 2 study evaluating patients with follicular NHL who did not respond to or responded inadequately to RITUXAN, ZEVALIN produced an overall response rate of 74 percent, with 15 percent of patients achieving a complete remission (disappearance of all evidence of disease), according to International Workshop Response Criteria (IWRC).
Macdonald's overall response to Verdi was essentially abstract and episodic, underlined by repeated costume changes, courtesy of designer Astrid Janson, and Harry Frehner's variably moody lighting plot.
In addition, static compressed data can be stored within the Ingrian platform's internal caching system to further enhance overall response times and download performance.
Dan Graham's tentatively expressive Performance Audience Mirror, 1977, encapsulates one's overall response to the varied installations spread though three rooms of the gallery.
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