ADC definition

ADC means the Australian Disputes Centre Limited.
ADC or “Antibody-Drug Conjugate” means an Antibody that is linked to a cytotoxic compound and that contains, uses, is made using or is otherwise based on SGI Technology.
ADC means average daily census and is calculated by:

Examples of ADC in a sentence

  • Xxx xxxxxxxx’x payoff is therefore: while the defender’s payoff is: Players in the AD-C have no dominant strategies: the level of attack that maximizes xxx xxxxxxxx’x payoff depends on the investment made by the defender.

  • The 4 participants were randomly assigned to two fixed dyads - playing either the AD-C or TAD-C - and within dyads either to the role of attacker or defender.

  • As shown elsewhere (Xxxxx et al., 2022), the AD-C has a single Nash equilibrium in mixed strategies.

  • Xxx xxxxxxxx’x payoff is therefore: The defender’s payoff is: The TAD-C is a simple extension of the AD-C.

  • We contrast the AD-C with a production attacker-defender contest (henceforth, PAD-C) where agents may also invest all or part of their endowment in production, denoted by bAtt and bDef.


More Definitions of ADC

ADC means a compound that incorporates, is comprised of or is otherwise derived from an Antibody conjugated to a Payload using a Linker, other than a PDC.
ADC means any Antibody or Control Antibody that incorporates or uses Drug Conjugation Technology.
ADC means an Antibody conjugated to a Payload using a Linker, other than a PDC.
ADC means Access Deficit Charge.
ADC means the Australian Disputes Centre;
ADC means antibody-drug conjugate.
ADC or “Antibody-Drug Conjugate” means [**].