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It is worth to notice that variations of the relative abundances within the major glycan structures along the historical manufacturing experience of Enbrel have been previously reported by different contributions, namely, Pina-Lara et al.'s "Characterization and Comparability of Etanercept Biosimilar" [4] and Schiestl et al.'s "Acceptable Changes in Quality Attributes of Glycosylated Biopharmaceuticals" [5].
Theoretically, the research is grounded in the idea that IFRS adoption increases comparability of financial statements, since this goal provides their adoption with a basis.
Consolidated income rose by 8 percent and operating earnings increased by 13 percent compared with the yearearlier period, adjusted for currency effects, revaluations of purchased debt portfolios and items affecting comparability. It is mainly the Central Europe and Western Europe regions that are contributing to growth and the improvement in earnings.
As a consequence, we will be able to understand the case of comparability graphs, which includes bipartite graphs as a special case: The acyclic orientations of the edges of a comparability graph G that maximize the number of linear extensions are precisely the orientations that induce posets whose comparability graph agrees with G.
On the contrary to the importance of financial statements' comparability capability there are trivial evidences of the advantages of it for the users of financial statements.
The editors also provide a concluding synthesis which addresses issues of comparability, convergence, and congruence.
The current guidance on comparability analysis in Part C of Chapter I of the TP guidelines has been revised and supplemented with a new Chapter III providing detailed guidance on the comparability analysis, including a recommended 10-step process for performing the analysis.
However, there is a very long way to go in order to improve consistency and comparability."
However, in addition to the statutory carve-out for part-time employees, it recommended that the final regulations allow the comparability rules to be applied separately to employees subject to collective-bargaining agreements, consistent with the carve-outs in other parts of the Code and regulations.
Empirical studies of photorefraction in polymers have often been based on assumptions of comparability between polymers and photorefractive crystals.
Anthony Mire-Sluis, principal advisor for regulatory science and review at the FDA's Office of Biotechnology Products, cited the following "take-home messages" on assessing comparability and key issues the FDA is wrestling with in biotech quality.