end point

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English - Turkish
(Tıp) uç nokta
son çekit
(Kimya) Bir titrasyonda genellikle renk değişimi olarak algılanan reaksiyonun tamamlandığı nokta
Hedef, ulaşılmak istenen son nokta
son nokta
endpoint
uç nokta
endpoint
(Kimya) enson
endpoint
(Kimya) Bir titrasyonda genellikle renk değişimi olarak algılanan reaksiyonun tamamlandığı nokta
primary end point
ana değerlendirme ölçütü
end crater point
(Bilgisayar) uç çukur noktası
endpoint
Bitim Noktası
endpoint
Bitiş Noktası
English - English
the final point in a process
What a clinical trial is trying to measure or find out In essence, the goal of the trial It is scientifically very important that the goals for clinical trials be selected and clearly defined in advance Typical end points include measurements of Toxicity, Response Rate, and Survival
The point at which an indicator changes colour and a titration is stopped
- What a clinical trial is trying to measure or find out; the goal of the trial Typical end points include measurements of toxicity, response rate, and survival
the point in a titration at which the indicator changes color (4 9)
Where a titration is stopped The point in a titration at which there is a sudden change in a physical property, such as indicator color, pH, conductivity or absorbance The final value when titrating a solution
SIP or H 323 terminal or gateway An endpoint can call and be called It generates and terminates the information stream
The last data point based on the timeframe requested by a radar data user It is not necessarily the last radar hit for a target of interest Also see Start Point
a place where something ends or is complete
The 'point' at which a line or a curve ends
the point during a titration when an indicator shows that the amount of reactant necessary for a complete reaction has been added to a solution
the point in a titration at which the indicator changes color
A functional electrical component created automatically under a signal when a connection has been established
that stage in the titration at which an effect, such as a color change, occurrs, indicating that a diesired point in the titration has been reached
The apparent equivalence point of a titration at which a relatively large potential change is observed
SIP or H 323 terminal or gateway An end point can call and be called It generates and terminates the information stream
Samples are titrated to the end point This means that a chemical is added, drop by drop, to a sample until a certain color change (blue to clear, for example) occurs This is called the END POINT of the titration In addition to a color change, an end point may be reached by the formation of a precipitate or the reaching of a specified pH An end point may be detected by the use of an electronic device such as a pH meter
endpoint
A defined occurrence during the observation period of an experiment or study
endpoint
The stage in a titration at which a change in the colour of an indicator indicates that no more titrant should be added
endpoint
the point in a titration where there is a distinct and measureable change When using a colored indicator, as in an acid-base titration, it the point where the color of the indicator changes A good indicator will change very close to the equivalence point of the reaction
endpoint
in toxicology, a quantifiable biological change or effect caused by a toxic process Also refers to the point in an animal experiment when no more information can be obtained and the experiment is stopped
endpoint
An endpoint (or indicator/target) is a characteristic of an ecosystem that may be affected by exposure to a stressor Assessment endpoints and measurement endpoints are two distinct types of endpoints commonly used by resource managers An assessment endpoint is the formal expression of a valued environmental characteristic and should have societal relevance (an indicator) A measurement endpoint is the expression of an observed or measured response to a stress or disturbance It is a measurable environmental characteristic that is related to the valued environmental characteristic chosen as the assessment endpoint The numeric criteria that are part of traditional water quality standards are good examples of measurement endpoints (targets)
endpoint
an indicator measured in a subject or biological sample to assess the safety, efficacy, or other objective of a trial See also surrogate marker
endpoint
A SIP terminal or gateway An endpoint can call and be called It generates and/or terminates the information stream
endpoint
a place where something ends or is complete
endpoint
@@@ Currently synonym of port; confusion possible An association between a Binding and a network address, specified by a URI, that may be used to communicate with an instance of a Service A Port indicates a specific location for accessing a Service using a specific protocol and data format [WSD Reqs]
endpoint
The point at which a process is stopped because a predetermined value of a measurable variable is reached; the endpoint of an ion exchange water softener service run is the point at which the hardness of the softener effluent increases to a predefined concentration, often 1 0 grain per gallon; the endpoint of a filter service run may be the point at which the pressure drop across the filter reaches a predetermined value; the endpoint of a titration is the point at which the titrant produces predetermined color change, pH value, or other measurable characteristic
endpoint
» Vertex to which the edge is incident
endpoint
Device at which a virtual circuit or virtual path begins or ends
endpoint
An observable or measurable biological event or chemical concentration (e g , metabolite concentration in a target tissue) used as an index of an effect of a chemical exposure
endpoint
the results of an intervention such as vaccination compared among different study groups in a clinical trial In early vaccine trials, common endpoints are safety and specific types and intensities of immune responses (neutralizing antibodies, CTL responses)
endpoint
An indicator measured in a subject or biological sample to assess the safety, efficacy, or other objective of a trial See also Surrogate Marker Source: Applied Clinical Trials/Advanstar Click for their site: www advanstar com
endpoint
Indicators measured in a subject or biological sample to assess the safety, efficacy, or other objective of a trial There are often primary and secondary endpoints in a particular study
endpoint
The originating or destination location of a call requests Each person participating in a conference call is an endpoint
endpoint
RPC: An address of a specific server instance on a host See also dynamic endpoint, well-known endpoint
endpoint
A type of communications connection such as a serial connection, modem, infrared beam, or AppleTalk network Also an object created from protoBasicEndpoint, or one of its derivative protos, that controls a real-time communication session This object encapsulates and maintains the details of the specific connection, and allows you to control the underlying communication tool Source: NPG
endpoint
Either of the two points at the end of a line
endpoint
a direct marker of disease progression, e g , disease symptoms or death
endpoint
a direct marker of disease progression, e g , disease symptoms or death The effectiveness of drug therapies is often determined by observing the clinical endpoints that develop over time in patients undergoing experimental treatment Contrast with surrogate marker
endpoint
(n ) In vector graphics, the beginning or end of a line segment
endpoint
the final results of an intervention such as vaccination, compared among different groups in a clinical trial In early vaccine trials, common endpoints are safety and specific types and levels of immune responses (e g , neutralizing antibodies, CTLs)
endpoint
Endpoints are arguments that define some of the communication connections used by the components Each argument is a comma-separated list of endpoints
endpoint
{i} point on either side of a line marking its extremity (Mathematics)
endpoint
The point at which an experiment is brought to an end
endpoint
Either of the two nodes of a graph of degree 1
endpoint
(noun) The point in a titration when the indicator changes colour This does not always happen at the equivalence point, depending on which indicator is used In a reaction between an acid and a base, the endpoint is also sometimes called the "neutralization point"
endpoint
The point at which the indicator of an acid-base titration changes color See equivalence point
end point

    Turkish pronunciation

    end poynt

    Pronunciation

    /ˈend ˈpoint/ /ˈɛnd ˈpɔɪnt/

    Etymology

    [ 'end ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English ende, from Old English; akin to Old High German enti end, Latin ante before, Greek anti against.

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