prevalidation

prevalidation

NIHspeak The process during which standardized test protocols are constructed for use in validation studies, and labs selected and determined to be competent to perform validation studies
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International prevalidation studies of the EpiDerm 3D human reconstructed skin micronucleus (RSMN) assay: Transferability and reproducibility.
Meanwhile, some of the documentary requirements submitted by several barangays to their respective POCs are still undergoing further preassessment, prevalidation, and/or reconsideration in order to conform with the mandate of DDB Regulation 3, series of 2017, PDEA 13 spokesperson Dindo Abellanos said.
Coecke, "Evaluation and prevalidation of an immunotoxicity test based on human whole-blood cytokine release," Alternatives to laboratory animals: ATLA, vol.
M2 PHARMA-December 21, 2017-Practice Fusion EHR (Version 3.7) Achieves Patient-Centered Medical Home Prevalidation from the National Committee for Quality Assurance for NCQA's PCMH 2017 Programme
Waidelich et al., "Prevalidation of potential protein biomarkers in toxicology using iTRAQ reagent technology," Proteomics, vol.
One item was proposed in the second round but did not reach the prevalidation stage.
Prevalidation of the WHO organ dysfunction based criteria for identification of maternal near miss.
Prevalidation of salivary biomarkers for oral cancer detection.
The prevalidation was successful; none of the bonds was challenged and the county was thus able to maintain its timeline.
Spectrophotometric method for polyphenols analysis: prevalidation and application on Plantago L.
The sample sets contain comprehensive clinical, demographic, and epidemiologic information that help in the rapid evaluation of technologies and biomarkers in prevalidation before the initiation of prospective, large, and expensive validation trials.