Definition of Full Re­pli­cate [Design Issues]

posted by Sereng  – USA, 2023-03-13 18:08 (87 d 22:54 ago) – Posting: # 23494
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Dear colleagues, my associate is using the term "full replicate" to describe a four-way crossover BE study of Test (Fed), Test (Fasted), Reference (Fed) and Reference (Fasted), with each treatment given only once. In my view, this is not an appropriate us of the term "full replicate" but I want to be certain. Additionally, what is the appropriate term, "Full Replicate" or "Fully Replicate"? Regards

Biostatistically Challenged CEO

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