The animal study also suggested the experimental agent was not toxic.
What does EA stand for?
EA stands for Experimental Agent
This definition appears somewhat frequently
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We have 103 other meanings of EA in our Acronym Attic
- Executable Architecture
- Executing Agency
- Executive Agency
- Executive Agent
- Executive Aircraft
- Executive Assistant
- Expedited Data Acknowledgment (ANSI, ITU-T)
- Expenditure Authority
- Expenditure Authorization
- Experimental Activities
Samples in periodicals archive:
Clinical results show that the experimental agent ibrutinib is highly active in CLL patients.
The experimental agent, called AZD6765, acts through the brain's glutamate chemical messenger system.
The last time a medication was approved in this country for obesity care was 10 years ago" when orlistat was approved, but several experimental agents have shown promise, he said.
In another major development Monday, Merck and the British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca -- among the world's biggest drugmakers -- said they would jointly develop a new anti-cancer regimen using two experimental agent, part of growing trend of combination cancer drugs.
Ironically, the Londons' belief that Penelope has nothing to lose by trying this experimental agent (calling it a drug at this stage in its development endows it with unproven attributes) shows the trust that the public has in the safety of this country's drug approval system--a system that the Londons are trying to subvert.
All of these experimental agents comprise an exciting and promising new area of lupus research.
Typically, a proof of concept study for an HIV drug might involve giving the experimental agent as monotherapy for 7 to 14 days to an individual with detectable HIV.