<chemistry> It is the completion point during a titration reaction where there are equal amounts of titrant and whatever is being titrated. It is usually evident by the first perceptible alteration of the colour of an added indicator.

<immunology> It is the most dilute an antibody or antiserum solution can be while still detectably reacting with the antigen.

<statistics> A category of data used to compare the outcome in different arms of a clinical trial. Common endpoints are severe toxicity, disease progression or fall in such surrogate markers as CD4 count, but sometimes death is used as an endpoint.

(08 Mar 2000)

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