nonresponder


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nonresponder

(ˌnɒnrɪˈspɒndə) or

nonrespondent

n
something or someone that does not respond
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The comparison between responder and nonresponder values was performed using an independent-sample Student's t -test.
Blauvelt involved nonresponder imputation through year 1 and imputation based on the reason for discontinuation in the second year.
By simply tweaking the number of receptors down, we were able to transform a nonresponder into a responder," said Prof Hen, whose research is reported in the journal Neuron.
A nonresponder in the stair-step protocol could consume 1,500 mg of clomiphene over a 20-day period.
The nonresponder group included 1 pneumonectomy, 12 lobectomies, 5 wedge resections, 3 lung biopsies, 1 lymph node biopsy with metastatic disease, and 1 cytology cellblock from a lung fine-needle aspiration biopsy.
Partial responder and nonresponder patients entered the next diagnostic phase: a methacholine bronchial provocation test (MPT) (7) and eosinophil count with induced sputum by hypertonic saline (3% NaCl).
This assay may be useful as a tool in deciding whether a nonresponder should increase the dose of clopidogrel (pharmacokinetic type of resistance) or change to a different antiplatelet drug (pharmacodynamic type of resistance).
The control classrooms did not participate in the nonresponder portion of the study.
ssss)A nonresponder is a person with inadequate response to vaccination (i.
While the assumption that nonresponders either all have or all do not have the characteristic in question stretches belief, the usual assumption that responder characteristics do not differ from nonresponder characteristics is also implausible.
Your cholesterol might not budge, but that wouldn't mean you're a nonresponder.
Patients in the reduced control and nonresponder subgroups tended to be younger (under 60 years of age) and have a longer diabetes duration (more than 1 year), with a higher prevalence of microvascular complications than the good or fast control groups, Dr.