DBP


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DBP

Abbreviation for vitamin D-binding protein.

DBP

diastolic blood pressure
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This technology partnership with DBP comes at an opportune time as, in the current global economic scenario, banks worldwide are focusing on Digital Transformation for more stable annuity revenue with lower risks.
DBP exposure was associated with similar effects in rat and human samples, although to a lesser extent in human tissue, with aggregation being particularly rare in the xenografts.
Surprisingly, DBP fared best, with the absolute and actual differences between the arm and the ankle being 4 mmHg and 2 mmHg, respectively.
They identified a U-shaped curve when analyzing mortality with SBP and DBP separately, "with both lower and higher levels showing a substantial and statistically significant association" with mortality risk.
SBP and DBP (mmHg): Resting SBP and DBP were the average of the SBP and DBP measurements, respectively, during minutes 3 and 5 of the pre-exercise baseline rest period.
The most sensitive and specific predictor of a prolonged QTmax was DBP > 90 mmHg (table 7).
All 6 routine assays are competitive assays, where 25(OH)D in the sample competes with labeled 25(OH)D for binding to assay specific antibodies or--in the case of the Elecsys Vitamin D total assay--to recombinant DBP.
12 percent as of May 31, 2010, which demonstrates DBP s stability and growth.
DBP was purchased from Qilu Petrochemical (Shandong, China), and used without further treatment.
A significant decrease in DBP and MAP was observed in the CHF group (p<.
The study showed higher concentrations of metabolites of DEHP and DBP were associated with less "male-typical" behaviour in boys.
Regarding DBP, while the cross trainer showed a minor increase until the 15th minute and then a constant decrease until the end, the arm crank ergometer elicited a constant rise of DBP until the 25th minute when it reached a plateau (Figure 4).