the ability of an organism to be affected by a drug
or other agent (e.g., a virus is sensitive to AZT if AZT is able to prevent
viral replication). Sensitivity also refers to a statistical measure of
the accuracy of a screening test, i.e., how likely a test is to label
as positive those who have a disease or condition. Contrast with specificity.
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