cEVR

AcronymDefinition
cEVRComplete Early Virological Response
cEVRCenter of Excellence for Vaccine Research (University of Connecticut; Storrs, CT)
cEVRCircular Equivalent Vulnerability Radius
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In liver tissues showing cEVR, none of the mRNA expressions studied (TLR3, RIG-I, TRIF, IPS-1, IRF3, and IFN-[beta]) showed a relationship with liver positive- and negative-strand HCV RNAs and circulating HCV RNA (see Supplementary Figure 1 in Supplementary Material available online at http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1155/2013/917261).
Like liver tissues showing cEVR, none of the mRNA expression levels showed a relationship with hepatic HCV loads when liver tissues showing VR24 and SVR were analyzed.
Modernlesmenin Esiginde Osmanli Kadinlari, (cevr. Necmiye Alpay), Istanbul: Tarih Vakfi Yurt Yayinlari, (s.
Osmanli Misir'inda Hane Politikalari Kazdaglilarin Yukselisi, (Cevr: Nalan Ozsoy), Istanbul.
Islam Ceza Hukuku ve Beseri Hukuk, Cevr: Akif Nuri, III, Istanbul.
Some 29% of patients who had no appreciable response to prior treatment with P/R achieved cEVR with setrobuvir plus P/R, and the percentage of patients with undetectable virus continued to climb in this hard-to-treat population to 36% at week 18.
The primary endpoint of the study is the proportion of patients who achieve complete early virologic response (cEVR).
complete early virologic response (cEVR), have been selected for presentation at the next AASLD.
The 12-week complete early virologic response (cEVR) trial results are anticipated to be announced in the fourth quarter of 2011.
In previously released results for the group receiving ANA598 200 mg bid plus SOC in this study, the high percentage of patients who achieved undetectable levels of virus at week eight (69%) was maintained through week 12, when 73% of patients achieved a <span style="text-decoration: underline;">c</span>omplete Early Virological Response, or cEVR, as undetectable level of virus is referred to at 12 weeks.