biostat

biostat

Statistics
(1) A website dedicated to promoting and publicising the field of biostatistics.
(2) BioStat. A proprietary tool for "heavy-duty" biological- and medically oriented statistical analysis.

Zoology
A container in which the organisms in a medium (e.g., lake water) are monitored and measured.
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The data generated from ambr, including offline analytics, is analysed within the software to identify critical process parameters, optimise bioprocessing conditions and define a robust design space for implementation in larger single-use BIOSTAT pilot and manufacturing scale bioreactors.
Comprehensive meta-analysis (Version 2) [Computer software and manual], Englewood, NJ: Biostat.
Part III: Neurodiagnostics And Biomarker Technologies Chapter 7: Neurodiagnostics And Biomarker Technologies Chapter 8: Penn State Hershey Medical Center Chapter 9: Atlantic Biomarkers Chapter 10: Quanterix Chapter 11: Biostat Solutions, Inc.
The single-use vessel can be connected to all Sartorius BIOSTAT benchtop bioreactor controllers as well as other controllers for conventional glass reactors.
Statistics: Statistical significance was tested by using analysis of variance (ANOVA) with Bonferroni post-hoc test using the programme Biostat Software (Analystsoft, San Diego, USA).
Comprehensive meta-analysis by Biostat [Computer software and manual].
have formed an exclusive, long-term partnership to develop and commercialize Biostat BIOLOGX Fibrin Sealant, a key element of Spinal Restoration's new biologic therapy for chronic low back pain.
Biostat, of Penkridge near Cannock, also collected pounds 45,000 for research into weight bearing alignment of joints which could lead to abnormal functions in legs.
Ceramide, one of the basic sphingolipids, may be such a switch, Hannun believes, or at least be central to what he terms a "lipid biostat.