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AREA. An enclosed yard or opening in a house; an open place adjoining to a house. 1 Chit. Pr. 176.

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Besides the area under the curve and the amplitude, we also measured the pulse transit time, which represents the time needed for the pulse to travel from the heart to the peripheral blood vessel.
This function will return the total area under the curve up to the x value.
As predicted, the analysis of the mixture showed in similar retention time (p > 0.05) with diverse peak area under the curves of rotenone, tephrosin and curcumin (p < 0.05).
The data of this pharmacokinetic study show that [C.sub.max] and area under the curve plasma levels found in hysteroscopic patients were lower than those seen in laparoscopy patients.
Besides, the effect of the independence of the area under the curve and the temporal dependence of the effective amplitude of AE signal are observed in a number of experiments.
Absolute bioavailability compares the bioavailability (estimated as the area under the curve, or AUC) of the active drug in systemic circulation following non-IV route of administration (i.e., after oral administration), with the bioavailability of the same drug following intravenous administration.
There is no change in peak intensity or the area under the curve, which is directly to lumens.
The area under the curve of the classifier was 97.3%, and demonstrated the high, significant separation power of the classifier.
The area under the curve was calculated for each material and assigned a name of energy component E (N*mm).
Women with a history of depression had significantly greater salivary cortisol levels in response to anticipatory anxiety than women who had no history of depression, measured as the area under the curve. Ever-depressed women had a mean area under the curve of 27.83, compared with -12.09 for never-depressed women.
The area under the curve was normalized against G3PDH content.
The samples were classified as having a predominance of monomeric PRL forms when the analysis of the area under the curve corresponding to monomeric PRL represented >50% of the total area of PRL elution.

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