two-part trial

two-part trial

noun bifurcated trial, bisection of a case, segmentation in a case, segregation in a case, separate liability and damage phases, separate quilt and insanity defense phases, separation in a case, severance in a case, split in a case, split trial, two or more hearings held
Associated concepts: financial betterment, improvement in real estate value
Foreign phrases: Nul ne doit s’enrichir aux despens des autres.No man should enrich himself at the expense of others.
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The two-part trial will primarily investigate the safety and tolerability of BGB324 when administered as a single agent and in combination with a standard-of-care drug (cytarabine); secondary endpoints will also explore evidence of clinical response and assess novel biomarkers.
In Siren - the first of three, two-part Trial dramas to be seen on STV this January - they have to track down the killer of handsome Sebastian Cole, fiance of socialite Imogen Buller-Turi.
A second, two-part trial, Study 3, compared the anti-tumour effects of ZD6474 300mg monotherapy with gefitinib (IRESSA(TM)) 250mg monotherapy in 168 patients with advanced NSCLC after the failure of first and/or second line chemotherapy.
Smurfit is to play the Detective Chief Inspector in an up-coming two-part Trial and Retribution for ITV.
The two-part trial enrolled 29 individuals in a crossover protocol under which individuals were transfused in random sequence with INTERCEPT red blood cells and conventional red blood cells which had not undergone the pathogen inactivation process.
The two-part trial, sponsored by the drug's manufacturer, Proacta, Inc.
Findings from Part A of the two-part trial presented at the 2011 European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) Congress showed that a greater proportion of patients receiving sirukumab achieved a significantly greater reduction in Disease Activity Score 28 (DAS28 CRP) at week 12, the primary endpoint of the study.