glucocorticoid deficiency type 1

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glucocorticoid deficiency type 1

An autosomal recessive (OMIM:202200) disorder characterised by progressive primary adrenal insufficiency, without mineralocorticoid deficiency due to congenital insensitivity or resistance to ACTH.
 
Molecular pathology
Genetic variations in MC2R, which encodes melanocortin 2 receptor, cause glucocorticoid deficiency type 1.
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The key market drivers of FGD technology is the government regulations in emission control, increase in electricity demand, growth in reagent and equipment replacement market and increase in the number of coal-fired power plants, particularly in APAC countries due to increase in energy demand.
However, there is little information in the literature on the use of FGD residues in cement-based materials.
FGD is a technique already used by researchers in the field of social sciences.
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Ducon is a leading global provider of the most advanced and custom engineered FGD systems, baghouses, electrostatic precipitators, SCR NOx systems to control emissions from power plants, refineries, steel plants and other industries since 1938.
Gypsum industry studies have shown that it is safe for workers to process the FGD into wallboard.
Shaw is currently performing FGD engineering and construction services for Duke Energy as well as other major utilities.
FGD moderators were instructed to pose questions, encourage free discussion, and ask participants to emphasize personal experiences.
A total of 111 patients completed treatment and follow-up--55 in the ciprofloxacin group and 56 in the FGD group.
The FGD units will be used to control sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions from Schahfer's 465 megawatt (MW) Unit 14 and 515 MW Unit 15 coal-fired utility boilers.
The new rules specifically address FGD wastewater from coal-fired power plants and identify chemical precipitation followed by biological treatment as the best available technology for treating and discharging the waste from existing plants and evaporation/pozzolanic solidification for new facilities.