response curve

response curve

graphical depiction of effects of drug dose, over time; the steeper the response curve, the narrower the therapeutic index of the drug
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Thanks to the coaxial layout and the Cabasse active digital filter, the response curve off-axis remains the same in every direction for the same angle, the directivity remains perfectly controlled.
Designed to closely follow the human-eye spectral response curve, Avago's APDS-9005 and APDS-9006 ambient-light photo sensors significantly reduce power consumption and save battery life.
12-bit internal LUT - allows very precise adjustments to be made to the display's Tone Response Curve without reducing the number of displayable colors as well as allowing for non-video card calibration
Premium metal composition and superior technology enable a sculpted response curve fashioned for the discerning audio enthusiast, providing a precise balance of rich bass, warm mids and unprecedented clarity.
By comparing the relative end-effects of a range of doses to produce a tissue dose response curve, we can determine the appropriate dose range to be evaluated in Phase II clinical trials.
Verelan utilizes Elan's SODAS technology which provides smooth, consistent absorption regardless of food intake, a more uniform blood pressure response curve, and 24-hour blood pressure control.
The concentration of methacholine provoking a 20% fall in FEV1, was calculated by linear interpolation of the log dose response curve.
In those studies, we have been unable to develop a proper dose response curve using direct and indirect methods for measuring peptide exposure in vivo.
Then with the known response curve of the camera, the HDR image can give pixel by pixel values of luminances or average numbers of the highlighted areas of a photographed scene.