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unblind

(ʌnˈblaɪnd)
adj
archaic not blind
vb (tr)
to rid (someone) of blindness
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In December, we expect to finish collecting and unblind the data to perform a full analysis to support our application to the FDA.
The recommendation to stop and unblind the clinical study at this interim analysis was made by an independent data monitoring committee based on pre-specified criteria, specifically, achieving a statistically significant difference from placebo in delaying time to relapse based upon the interim analysis after 42 relapse events have occurred.
Based on the FDA guidance, the Company will now unblind the trial results after the final follow-up safety visit instead of after the primary efficacy endpoint, as previously planned.
EpiCept also said today that it expects to unblind and announce the results from its Phase II "Neuracept" trial for EpiCept NP-1 cream in patients suffering from diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) in the near future.
Incendiary and groundbreaking, it now stands as a political manifesto for youth--both black and white--to quote a lyric, "of the same mind, unblind.
Following completion of this work, we plan to unblind and analyse all
Throughout the trial, there was no indication that any patient or investigator was able to unblind the medication.
The investigators chose to unblind their study at that point before all the patients they intended to treat had been enrolled.
In the second half of 2001, we will unblind data from our first two clinical programs: our Phase III trial of Aldurazyme for the treatment of MPS-I and our Phase I trial of rhASB for the treatment of MPS-VI.
Subjects then completed an unblind baseline session in the CEF to reduce initial anxiety and to familiarize them with the procedures and surroundings.
Blind and unblind quality control samples are available from various organizations.