PRF


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PRF

Abbreviation for prolactin-releasing factor.

PRF

abbreviation for pulse repetition frequency.

PRF

Abbreviation for prolactin-releasing factor.
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The 10 percent ethanol-containing PRF resin was mixed with the curing reagent as described previously and applied to the laminas with a spread rate of 300 g/[m.
Before he finished his PRF tour this summer, he coordinated with the Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration to enhance humanitarian coordination and with the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs on a ground-breaking educational resources initiative.
The first publication on PRF by Sluijter et al (8) also reported on 20 post-spine surgery patients with six-month history of unilateral lumbar radicular pain.
The competition between the ORF (MoCA) and the PRF (social work academics) is not absolute, and the boundary between the two fields is sometimes inter-penetrable.
PRF mitigates potential shortcomings with traditional indexes by ignoring market emotion, and instead, seeks to systematically buy low and sell high through an annual rebalancing process.
The higher moduli of PRF film maybe caused by two reasons: (1) a high degree of cross-linking of the resin; and (2) a high initial molecular weight (Nielsen 1974).
Amp's PARC trial is a multi-center, prospective study designed to determine the effectiveness of Amp's non-thermal PRF technology on narcotic use, pain, and health-related quality of life post-arthroscopic rotator cuff repair.
Adhesives have to pass a variety of performance standards, but given that the selected PRF is already used commercially, we concentrated on durability tests.
A second clinical trial, funded by the National Institutes of Health and PRF, is currently underway and more trials are expected to follow.
Comparative durability studies between various adhesives (Raknes 1997) indicate that PRF resins maintain satisfactory exterior use requisites in delamination tests after 30 years of exterior exposure.
Amp's proprietary technology utilizes a targeted, non-invasive, PRF signal which induces an electrical field to create a specific biological effect in tissue by increasing the binding kinetics of intracellular calcium to calmodulin (a first-order signaling molecule), which accelerates calmodulin-dependent biochemical cascades that are involved in tissue repair and regeneration.
A preferred adhesive has a first component comprising a PRF resin mixed with a methylene group donor hardener such as paraformaldehyde.