Definitions for "Phase II"
Clinical trial designed to measure the safety and efficacy.
Phase II studies involve administration of drug to a small number of patients with the primary objectives of demonstrating the effectiveness of the treatment and assessing short term tolerability profile in the target population.
a study evaluating the effectiveness and tolerable dose of a drug in a small group of patients with the same disease.
Biotransformation, involves glucuronidation, sulfation, acetylation, methylation, conjugation with glutathione and conjugation with amino acids. Promotes the excretion of foreign chemicals.
A preliminary investigation conducted by DEC of site conditions that may include evaluations of the groundwater, surface water and soils at and near the site
A thorough investigation of an historic or archaeological site to make recommendations regarding its eligibility for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.
The process in which the replacement property is bought and all the respective paperwork for that process are done. This process is also known as the "up-leg" of the tax deferred exchange process.
The second part of the exchange in which the Exchanger identifies the replacement property to the accommodator. The accommodator then acquires the property and transfers it to the Exchanger, which fulfills the exchange.
Acquisition of Taxpayer's Replacement Property.
Requires MS4s to obtain permits and establish a storm water management program that is intended to improve waterbodies by reducing the quantity of pollutants that can enter storm sewer systems during storm events.
program: An approved HST program; includes precise detail of how program is to be executed
Second phase of proposal submission. Target dedicated times are calculated with the software PGA - the Proposal Generation Aids.
a second stage environmental site assessment
The usual designation of the final process of defining an observation request (see Phase I), consisting of all the technical details (filters, gratings, exposure times, scheduling constraints, etc.).