subchronic

subchronic

(sŭb″kron′ik) [ sub- + chronic]
In human health and disease, of moderate or intermediate duration. The term is imprecise; the period is usually as long as a month but less than 10% of a lifetime.
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Acute GLYX-13 (rapastinel) ameliorates acute ketamine and subchronic ketamine-and phencyclidine-induced memory deficits in C57BL/6J mice.
The subchronic toxicity and mutagenic study revealed that CQhas no adverse effects at therapeutic doses and can be considered as safe for long-term treatment (Shil et al.
Interestingly, medical case reports dating back to the early 1900s have documented the appearance of fine punctate irritating rashes, herpetic skin eruptions, and HZ in people shortly after they recovered from acute and subchronic arsenic poisoning (Bartolome et al.
Subject of the contract is to be awarded a framework agreement for the production, delivery and analysis of specified food for 3 toxicological studies (combined KarzinogenitEnt- / chronic toxicity study, 2 subchronic studies) in rats.
Subchronic toxicity study of water pepper extract in F344 rats.
With the recent completion of additional subchronic non-clinical toxicology work, ZPL-389 is ready for patient studies which are the subject of the TSB grant.
The modulatory effects of ellagic acid and vitamin E succinate on TCDD induced oxidative stress in different brain regions of rats after subchronic exposure.
Subchronic feeding study of grain from herbicide-tolerant maize DP-098140-6 in Sprague-Dawley rats.
Experiment 1: subchronic ethanol consumption and survival analysis
The ensuing health effects chapter provides an extensive evaluation and interpretation of health effects, both human and animal, presented according to specific route (oral and inhalation) and duration (acute, subchronic, and chronic) of exposure, and identifies levels of significant exposure in terms of no-observed-adverse effect levels (NOAELs) and lowest-observed-adverse effect levels (LOAELs).