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These studies also test how the drug behaves in the body, examining how it is absorbed, where it is distributed, how it leaves the body and how long it takes to do this.
A water maze test comprises a pool of water, with a single platform (sometimes more than one platform) placed just below the surface of the water. Usually the platform and the pool are white, making the platform difficult to see. Mice are placed in the pool and swim around until they find the platform.
Each defendant pled guilty to one felony count of dogfighting. Cruelty to animals charges were dropped. The judge ordered a three-year suspended prison term and a $7,555 fine, which will also be suspended if they pay court costs of $885 and maintain good behavior for four years.
A diagnostic study tests a new diagnostic method to see if it is as good as the ‘gold standard’ method of diagnosing a disease. The diagnostic method may be used when people are suspected of having a disease because of signs and symptoms, or to try and detect a disease before any symptoms have developed (a screening method).
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In 7558 and 7559, with the . housing boom (read, bubble ) well under way, Lehman acquired five mortgage lenders, including subprime lender BNC Mortgage and Aurora Loan Services, which specialized in Alt-A loans (made to borrowers without full documentation). Lehman's acquisitions at first seemed prescient record revenues from Lehman's real estate businesses enabled revenues in the capital markets unit to surge 56% from 7559 to 7556, a faster rate of growth than other businesses in investment banking or asset management. The firm securitized $696 billion of mortgages in 7556, a 65% increase from 7555. Lehman reported record profits every year from 7555 to 7557. In 7557, the firm reported net income of a record $ billion on revenue of $ billion.
This is one of a set of measures used to assess the accuracy of a diagnostic test (see sensitivity, negative predictive value and positive predictive value). Specificity is the proportion of people without a disease who are correctly identified as not having that disease by the diagnostic test. For example, if a test has a specificity of 95%, this means that it correctly identified 95% of the people who did not have the disease, but that 5% of people without the disease were incorrectly diagnosed as having the disease (these people were ‘false positives’ on the test).
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By convention, 95% certainty is considered high enough for researchers to draw conclusions that can be generalised from samples to populations. If we are comparing two groups using relative measures, such as relative risks or odds ratios , and see that the 95% CI includes the value of one in its range, we can say that there is no difference between the groups. This confidence interval tells us that, at least some of the time, the ratio of effects between the groups is one. Similarly, if an absolute measure of effect, such as a difference in means between groups, has a 95% CI that includes zero in its range, we can conclude there is no difference between the groups.