Molecules with identical formulas but distinct
The term 'lay' means non-professional. In research, it refers to the people who are neither academic researchers nor health or social care professionals.
When a product has been given a marketing
authorisation (product licence) by a medicines regulator, meaning it can be
placed on the market
A comprehensive summary of previous research on a topic.
The approval to market a medicine in one,
several or all of the European Union Member States
A type of model that assumes that patients move between different health states through the course of their disease. These health states are associated with particular costs and quality of life levels, and the time spent in these health states determines the overall costs and benefits experienced by the patients.
An intermediate or end product of metabolism
Literature mining is the process of extracting facts/data
from text in the scientific literature. Literature mining can generate new
hypotheses by scrutinising large numbers of publications