CDT


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carbohydrate-deficient transferrin

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CDT

A serum protein used as a clinical marker of occult alcohol abuse. Frequent heavy use of alcohol depletes transferrin of carbohydrate moieties that are normally attached to it.

CDT

Abbreviation for Current Dental Terminology.
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52% that were stored frozen since their use in a Swedish CDT harmonization program in 2002-2003 were reanalyzed by HPLC in November 2007.
CDT Systems currently has a patent license agreement with LLNL for Capacitive Deionization Technology for brackish water/sea water desalination and treatment of heat exchanger and boiler water, industrial and commercial process water and ultrapure industrial water.
Given that CDT was originally valued at [pound]9m pounds ($14.
We diluted the selected CDT mAb to a concentration of 80 mg/L in blocking buffer (10 g/L bovine serum albumin and 0.
The simplest protocol to reduce false positives attributable to incomplete CDT and non-CDT fractionation should comprise duplicate analysis of CDT by the same assay using two microcolumns (but not a single column and duplicate immunoassay of the same eluate).
Cofocusing or coelution of tetrasialotransferrin with CDT causes false positives (3,4).
All specimens from Specialty were obtained from African Americans, an ethnic group with a high incidence of genetic D transferrin variants and a reported source of false positives for CDT [10].
Reza Fassihi, a member of SCOLR's Board of Directors, a technical advisor to SCOLR, and the primary innovator of the CDT technology, commented, "I am very encouraged by the performance of SCOLR's CDT-based raloxifene in this recent study.
CDT Project - The next release of the CDT Project will focus on supporting large C/C++ projects as well as integrations with a more diverse collection of build and debug tools.
The License Agreement also contemplates further arrangements between SCOLR Pharma and Wyeth Consumer Healthcare with respect to other potential products that utilize SCOLR Pharma's proprietary CDT drug delivery platform.