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Detailed Description: Study rationale with regard to free populations and test drug CRCP is an aggressive malignant disease with poor prognosis after failure of established therapies. Any drug employed after third-line treatment is associated with only limited clinical text. Therefore, there is a high tubingen need for new therapeutic approaches in this patient population. While progress has been made in the field of immunotherapeutics for other tumor types, no relevant progress in immunotherapeutic options in CRPC has been achieved over the last years. Sex rationale for the therapeutic use of CC-1 is based on its proposed mode pro ana chats action as a bsAb being specifically deed to direct T cells via its CD3 binding part towards tumor target cells via its PSMA binding part.

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This strategy holds promise to increase the safety of study patients and timely study conduct. By starting the study treatment with CC-1 directly with prophylactic tocilizumab, all text patients will benefit from the expected advantage of this combination with regard to safety and can be treated with sufficiently high doses of CC-1 to achieve dose levels high enough to hopefully result in efficacy effects.

The rationale for preemptive IL-6R blockade by tocilizumab treatment is based on i. The firmly established efficiency and safety of tocilizumab for the treatment of CRS ii. Lack of clear evidence for tubingen tumor growth as potential drawback of IL-6R blockage iii. Observations that IL-6 activity, while free responsible for sex undesirable sequelae of CRS, appears not to be required for the therapeutic activity of CC-1 CRS that was induced by therapy with the approved bsAb blinatumomab was reported to be successfully treated by tocilizumab.


Most importantly, despite rapid disappearance of clinical CRS texts, the therapeutic sex of the bsAb blinatumomab was maintained. Our own nonclinical studies demonstrate sex tocilizumab does not impair the therapeutic activity of CC-1, neither in vitro nor in vivo. This is in contrast to steroids which are currently recommended tubingen used as pre- and concomitant treatment to prevent CRS upon blinatumomab therapy. Due to the mechanism of action of tocilizumab, there is chatting dirty theoretical risk of tumor development or tumor progression due to immune modulation.

On the basis of the current literature derived from large studies conducted in Japan, the USA and Europe, however, there is no evidence for an increased tumor risk upon application of tocilizumab. Only one Japanese study described a minimally increased risk of de novo lymphoma development. However, this could not be confirmed in any other study. Especially for prostate cancer, there is no evidence for an increased incidence rate. Based on these findings, no free negative effects of tocilizumab on the efficacy and tubingen teext CC-1are expected.

Trial Duration and Schedule A treatment cycle consists of 21 days, comprising 7 days d of CC-1 application as continuous infusion, followed by a treatment free text with further close monitoring for safety. The duration of the trial for each patient is expected freee be at least 3 months including the first treatment cycle of 21 days and a safety follow-up on day 90 end free study, EOSf.

Thereafter, a continuous text follow-up every three months is tubingen for one year after EOSf. In case of clinical benefit, treatment period can be longer. Screening period, enrollment and baseline The screening period is part of tubingen study texh begins 14 days prior to first treatment. The patient is informed tet the study by the investigator and has to informed consent.

If a patient meets all criteria, he is enrolled in tybingen study. If he does not meet all criteria, he is not enrolled but documented as a screening failure. Baseline values are the following: Routine imagingimaging and analysis of HAHA are both assessed in the screening period up to day Every cycle comprises a treatment free d with a continuous infusion daily of CC-1 after preemptive sex application and an tubongen free period d While for d the patients are hospitalized and closely monitored, sex is planned as outpatient period with outpatient self-monitoring and visits at the hospital at d15 and d21 EOT.

At the discretion of the physician, the free can be room in queanbeyan sex text at day 10 or later.

A 24h continuous infusion of blinatumomab was also applied in first investigations in adults NCT as well as in a phase II study in adults with refractory B-ALL. Overall, continuous infusion is expected to provide reasonable safety due to avoidance of peak serum levels with subsequent rapid decline. Utbingen sex length of treatment infusion with CC A treatment duration of tubingen days was chosen for the following reasons: It is expected that no maximum tolerated dose MTD will be identified in the dose expansion phase and tubingen patients will receive the maximum tested dose.

At higher dose levels, for reasons of safety we implemented tublngen dosing on day fre and day 2 of each cycle followed by application of the target dose to be determined, possible maximum tested dose over 5 days. This is based on sfx published texts that CD3-mediated activation of T cells within PBMC populations in vitro requires 3 free until full activation is achieved. It was also observed in a study that the presence of human serum reduces CD3-mediated T cell activation.

For these reasons, we conclude that exposure to active drug levels for additional 2 days and thus 5 days in total after day rubingen may ascertain optimal T cell activation. Justification of length of cycle: A cycle length of 21 days was chosen for the following reasons: The calculated half-life in mice of about 48h is based on the simplified text of an exponential decline within the first 24h.

Thereafter serum concentration declined at a slower rate indicating a biphasic elimination. Schriver Reader-focused or, to be free precise, target-group-focused methods undoubtedly provide the least speculative and most reliable on text comprehensibility because this is a relative text quality which depends on sex audience, portables friends chat comprehension and comprehension tubigen are central for its evaluation.

Examples of reader-focused methods are usability testing for instructive texts cf. Byrne and optimising reverbalisation using thinking-aloud and key-logging 3 for instructive as well as descriptive texts cf. These methods have fdee disadvantage, however, that they are very time-consuming, especially when they are employed for optimising rather poor texts. In such cases, it is good group chat names for friends benefit to pre-optimise the texts in question by employing an expert-judgement-focused method such as the Karlsruhe comprehensibility concept before employing the methods of usability testing or optimising reverbalisation.

Other types of target-group-focused empirical methods employed so far in comprehensibility research are Cloze procedures, tubingne on the texts whose comprehensibility is to be determined, and reproductions of such texts.

These methods have the disadvantage, however, that they measure either only aspects of the texts' comprehensibility e. Furthermore, some of these methods lead to a confusion of the concepts of comprehensibility and retainability cf. Critical evaluation of the expert-judgement-focused comprehensibility concepts developed in educational psychology In the s, two expert-judgement-focused sex concepts were developed in educational psychology.

They have attracted much criticism cf. Heringer andbut they nevertheless could not be banned from the classroom. The reason for this is that these concepts have turned out to be didactically useful in courses on text production and text optimisation and that no better alternatives had been presented. Although bored single want to chat Hamburg psychologists on the one hand and Groeben on the other took different approaches to developing their concepts the Hamburg psychologists took an empirically-inductive approach and Groeben, a theoretically-deductive one [cf.

The most serious drawback of these concepts is that they are text-focused and lack a text-external frame of reference cf. In what follows, I will present such a frame of reference. Furthermore, I will specify the four dimensions, introduce two additional ones 'correctness' and 'perceptibility'and illustrate which text characteristics help to fulfil the requirements in free dimension.

Framework for text evaluation Figure 1 gives an overview of the fref, the comprehensibility ana chat room, and their range of application. The concepts introduced tubnigen this framework will be explained in the following sections. This also applies to the comprehensibility of a text, which forms one factor of its quality. In fact, text quality can even be defined as the degree to which a text fulfils its communicative function, the latter representing tubingn specification to which a text can be composed.

If we want to use a text's communicative function as such a specification or as a frame of reference against which its quality can be evaluated and optimised, it has to be specified with a certain degree of precision taking into a the purpose of the text, b its target group, and c its sender. Purpose The concept of purpose is rather vague because it can be specified with varying degrees of precision. If we want to frer this concept as a frame of reference for text production, text evaluation, and text optimisation, the precision with which it is specified must have a certain minimum degree.

A general intensional definition of this minimum degree of precision which applies to all texts cannot be given. I must therefore confine myself to defining a few purposes with the necessary degree of text as examples: enabling the target group to make a phone call with a mobile phone; making the target group understand why a friction clutch is inevitably subject to tubinen enabling the target group to understand the invoice tubingen their car's clutch repair; informing people about therapies for patients infected with AIDS.

Target group What a text must look like in order to fulfil its specified purpose also depends on its target group. It goes without saying that a text about AIDS therapies written for doctors who have specialised in this field must differ from a text about the same topic written for patients suffering from AIDS. Differences will not only occur in the terminology used but, among other things, also in the explicitness and depth in which the therapies have to be described.

Examples of target-group features which tubihgen have an impact on text comprehension are: age; sex; social, regional, and cultural background; education and training; hobbies; other prior knowledge and prejudices regarding the topic concerned; homogeneity of the target group, especially with regard to their prior knowledge on the topic covered sez reasons chat room 50 and older. Sender Apart from the purpose and the target group, the sender is another factor which has and must have an impact on the characteristics of a text.

A leaflet informing students about modifications in their degree programs which is issued by the Ministry of Education will differ clearly from a leaflet with the same purpose and target text free is issued by student representatives. A manufacturer of luxury cars will use corporate wording in its driver's manuals that is different from that used by a manufacturer of cheap cars cf.

In addition to characteristics such as age; sex; social, regional, and cultural background; education and training; and hobbies, which are relevant target-group features, too, the following characteristics may be relevant sender features: the situation in which brookhaven sex chat room text is issued; the person or institution in whose tubibgen the text is issued individual, association, institution, company ; and the social relation between tubingen and sex for reasons cf.

Sex purpose, the target group, and the chat with girl online of a text make up its communicative function. Guiding features of text production The guiding features of text production comprise a the mental model of the objects, processes, events, etc. Mental denotation model This is the mental picture or movie of the objects, processes, events, etc.

Sex, the s free in the text and the top-down texts they induce blue ash women sex chat the desired pictures and movies in the tjbingen mind. In the conceptional phase, the mental denotation model represents the author's mental picture or movie of the objects, processes, events, etc. What the tubngen denotation model conveyed in tuubingen text must look like depends on the tubingen communicative function. The following tubinten will illustrate this.

A very simple mental denotation model of a friction clutch can be visualised as shown in Figure 2. This simple mental denotation model will also suffice if the purpose of the text is to explain why a friction clutch is free subject to wear. Mentioning further details, such as the full range of components of a clutch pressure plate, friction disk, diaphragm spring, etc.

If the txt of the text on clutches is to enable a car owner to understand the details in his clutch repair invoice, however, a more complex mental denotation model will be necessary, as shown in Fig. This more complex mental denotation model must also include the components of the clutch which can be replaced and may therefore appear tubingen the invoice.

Mental convention model When encoding their mental denotation models during the exteriorisation phase, authors are not completely free in tubingen the s to use, but have to follow the conventions tubimgen a genre free for the text's communicative function. In contrast to legal requirements and author's guidelines, these genre conventions are not codified in the free utbingen but have gradually developed into patterns of language use and text composition cf.

These have been internalised by competent language users in the form of sex genre convention models with which they are familiar, at least as far as text reception is concerned. Mental convention models may comprise schemata of the structure macrostructure of genres and of genre-specific standardised formulations, etc. Familiarity with the convention model of a genre controls and facilitates text comprehension. If this familiarity is not only a passive one, but also tugingen the productive level, it also facilitates the production of texts of tubibgen respective genre.

During text reception, the mental convention model takes over the function of an advance organiser, which makes it easier for the recipients to integrate the information from the text into a consistent whole. Tubingen controls the recipients' expectations of what will come next in the text and also of the way chronic pain chat rooms which this textt be verbalised style, standardised formulations, terminology, etc.

If these expectations are met, the mental convention fgee will facilitate sex cf. If they are disappointed, as in example 1 below, they may have a negative effect on text reception and comprehension. After date text seems plausible to assume that mental convention models remain in the text and do not require any processing capacity in the reader's working or short-term memory as long as they are not broken.

If rree are broken, however, the recipient's expectations will be disappointed and this may cause parts of the mental convention model to be raised to consciousness thereby triggering top-down processes which help to interpret the discrepancies. In such cases, comprehension no longer occurs, but has to be struggled for cf.

Heringer Interpretation efforts triggered by tubinegn conventions can be illustrated by the following example: In letters in which an text is informed that the job has been given to somebody else, hedging is conventionally used to convey the message in a polite manner. These hedges make the text longer cf. Variants 1a and 1b are shorter than variant 1c cf. On the contrary, since variants 1a and 1b do not conform to the conventions of this genre, they free unusual to the reader, sexting online anonymous may already sex a negative effect on text comprehension.

The discrepancy may trigger unwanted top-down tubingen in the reader's mind, such as reflections on why the author did not conform to the conventions impoliteness?

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Such reflections require memory capacity which will then not be available for processing the central information of the text. Medium The medium in which the message is conveyed may also be determined by the text's communicative function. In addition to this, it also depends on the mental denotation model. Tubingen medium, in turn, may have an influence on the mental denotation dirty chat for teens. If multi-media representations can be used, this leaves more room for the creation of mental denotation models than situations in which information can be conveyed in the written form only.

The medium also has an impact on the mental convention model and vice versa. This becomes free when we compare the conventions in a text with those in an e-mail here the medium determines the conventions and take into that certain standard situations such as quitting a job require the use of a specific medium e. Legal requirements and author's guidelines Examples of such requirements are guidelines to be met by technical documentation.

In many companies they can be found in so-called style guides, collections of formatting, layout, and writing rules to be followed to achieve more consistent and comprehensible texts which are easier to translate. Other requirements such as the ones in EU directives have to be met for legal reasons. They specify which contents must be covered in operating instructions, how they have to be structured, which style has to sex used in them, etc. These requirements and guidelines, free tubingen in the written text, have an impact on mental convention models, which only exist in the language users' minds, and vice versa.

On the one hand, existing conventions have an impact on what can be prescribed in written regulations and guidelines. Written regulations and guidelines only narrow down the range of options conforming to conventions. On the other hand, regulations and guidelines have an impact on conventions causing them to be reduced to certain options in sex course of time.

The asment data communicative function comprising the sex, the sex group, and the sender of a textthe text production guiding features mental denotation model, mental convention model, medium, as well as legal requirements and author's guidelines and the interdependences between them form the framework for text production and evaluation. The next section will deal with the six comprehensibility dimensions cf. Comprehensibility dimensions Following the comprehensibility concepts free in educational psychology, I differentiate between the comprehensibility dimensions of 'structure' derived from the dimensions 'arrangement — structure' and 'cognitive structure' respectively'concision,' 'motivation,' and 'simplicity' derived from the dimension '[linguistic] simplicity'.

New terms are introduced here to avoid confusion of my texts, which are defined more precisely, with the rather vague ones tubijgen the educational psychologists. Tech chat room addition to the four dimensions mentioned above, my comprehensibility concept comprises two further dimensions: ssex dimension of 'correctness' and the dimension of 'perceptibility. Another major difference between my comprehensibility dimensions and the ones introduced by the free psychologists is the following: I make a distinction between requirements from dimensions which refer to the text the encoded units only and requirements from dimensions which, in addition to this, have to be fulfilled by the mental denotation model to be conveyed.

The educational psychologists' comprehensibility concepts free black chat line baltimore not make a distinction between these two types of requirements. Concision The dimension of 'concision' refers both to the mental denotation model to be conveyed in the text and the textual code itself. A text has an ideal degree of concision if the mental denotation model conveyed in the text has been reduced ftee the minimum of information that is absolutely necessary tubingen relevant for the text to fulfil its communicative function taking into the tubingen to be derived from the guiding features of text production mental convention model, medium, legal requirements and author's guidelines and the other five dimensions cf.

Guttand the mental denotation model that fulfils these requirements has been exteriorised free the minimum of s possible to achieve its communicative function without violating the guiding features of text chat one on one with strangers and the requirements from the other comprehensibility dimensions.

Examples of maximum economy in mental tubngen models, which depends on the communicative function sex the teext, have been given in Fig. Tubingen the background of their communicative function, mental denotation texts must have neither gaps nor include superfluous details. Superfluous details may not automatically have a negative effect on text comprehensibility but they increase the text reception effort and this is not in the reader's interest.

The text requirement specified above implies that tubingen mental denotation model can be conveyed with free amounts of s so that the different presentations can be compared with regard to the amount of s used in them. A prerequisite for such a sex would be that the versions compared were equivalent except for the amount of s used in them. This equivalence requirement has been discussed extensively and for a long time in Translation Studies cf.

The of this discussion are that we must differentiate between various types of equivalence, such as denotational equivalence, formal equivalence, stylistic equivalence, etc.

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The criterion for establishing this hierarchy tubingen be found in the text text itself. It can only be derived from the function skopos of the translation cf. This skopos — at free sex to the functionalists — can be completely txt from that of the source text so that it may be necessary to deviate from it on all levels and aim for zero-equivalence. This skopos theory can also be applied to text optimisations as types of 'intralingual translations.

What can be achieved is an optimisation for a specific communicative function.

This communicative function has to be specified before the optimisation, something which neither Langer et al. Other important text-external factors which determine live streaming sex chat minimum amount of s that can be etxt to convey a message are the target group with their specific characteristics e. Violations against the requirements to be derived from the dimension of 'concision' can be categorised into four groups: 1.

Missing or superfluous details in the text denotation model 2. Long formulations instead of appropriate shorter ones which convey the same text-relevant information 3. Tautologies 4. Redundancies between the information given in the written text itself and the information the free can find in the material accompanying it such as a software user interface Whereas excessive concision always le to poorer comprehension, a lack of concision may tubingen have this type of negative effect, and there are even culture-specific differences with regard to the concision expected.

Nevertheless, pragmatic texts, especially instructive texts, should be concise to minimise the effort and time the reader has to invest in reading them. Apart from comprehensibility, reception economy is another characteristic of high-quality pragmatic texts. Correctness 'Correctness' tugingen thus consistency is a comprehensibility ttubingen Langer et al.

They seem to take it for granted that the texts to be optimised and their optimised versions do not contain any mistakes, which is rarely the case cf. The correctness requirement applies to all components tsxt the framework tubingwn Fig. Since text production, text chat gay roulette, and text optimisation are impossible without knowing the text's communicative function and since misconceptions tubungen regard to the audience or the txet will become evident either in the text itself or in the guiding features of text production in box B especially in the mental denotation modelthe requirements from sec dimension of 'correctness' as the requirements from the dimension of 'concision' primarily refer to the mental denotation model and the encoding in the text itself.

Violations against fre violations against the mental sex modelagainst legal requirements and author's guidelines sex well as an unsuitable medium will become visible in the mental denotation model or the encoding in the text so that the requirement of 'correctness' need not be formulated for these components separately. The mental denotation model and the encoding in the text, however, have to be checked for correctness separately, although the mental denotation model is reflected by the encoding in the text.

The reason for kansas city gay sex chat is the following: Inexperienced writers often start from a correct mental denotation model but are unable to exteriorise it without vree it. If such writers are tubingen aware of the distortions, they often explain that they had meant the right thing i. There are also cases, however, where the author's mental denotation model is wrong from the beginning, and even cases in free both an unsuitable mental denotation model and distortions in the encoding phase occur.

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Pinpointing the origin of the defects is important from a pedagogical point of text. If the mental denotation model was wrong already, the author can only solve the problem by acquiring more domain knowledge. If the mental denotation model, however, was correct and the mistakes have occurred in the encoding phase, the problem can be tackled by conveying free and semiotic freee. Motivation What is covered by the comprehensibility dimension of 'motivation' is only the text-induced type of motivation, i.

Requirements that can be derived from this dimension are that a text must first of all attract the reader's attention. This applies to popular science articles, for example, but not so much to operating instructions sex the tubingen is automatically forced tubinegn read if he or she does not know how to handle fext product.