Definition of Full Replicate [Design Issues]

posted by Sereng  – USA, 2023-03-14 00:38 (352 d 22:56 ago) – Posting: # 23496
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Hi Mahmoud, thank you for your response. I think you may have misunderstood my question. I have always understood a "full replicate" design to be one where each treatment condition is repeated twice. Therefore, if the Test was being compared with Reference in the fasted state, a full replicate would involve giving both the Test and Reference on two occasions. Is this correct? Furthermore, calling a four-way fed fasted crossover study (Test Fed & Fasted, and Ref Fed & fasted), each given once a Full Replicate study would be wrong. is this correct?

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