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pW

abbreviation for picowatt.
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We conclude that MS-HRM is a simple, rapid, and robust method for screening methylation differences at the SNRPN locus and could be used as a diagnostic screen for PWS and AS.
The values in the PWS with glaucoma and PWS without glaucoma groups were compared using independent samples t -test or nonparametric test followed by Mann-Whitney U -test.
PWS fishermen who could not financially weather the closed or shortened fishing seasons after 1989 sold their boats and limited entry permits for fractions of their earlier value.
The recurrence risk for PWS and AS families depends on the genetic mechanism.
Inflammatory reaction in PWS has been described on multiple occasions, first only in the head and neck region of children, later also in adults, on other locations, and also in PWS as part of complex syndromes such as Klippel-Trenaunay (1, 2, 3, 5).
PWS has established strategic partnerships with IVAIA Technologies, the Scientific/Technical Division; PowerGrid Technologies, the Energy Division; and Petrocelli Marketing Group, the Marketing Solutions Division.
Studies suggest that many PWS view their stuttering as an obstacle to forming relationships and often makes it difficult for them to talk to members of the opposite or same sex to whom they may be attracted (Hayhow, Cray & Enderby, 2002; Klompas & Ross, 2004).
KITCHEN firm PWS Distributors says it is continuing to invest in new products as it aims to win a bigger share of a shrinking market.
For more than 25 years, PWS has been handling domestic and international shipments and complex logistics projects for the most demanding defense and government shippers to the most hard to reach areas of the world.
PISJ Principal Ishfaq Mehmood, in his speech, thanked PWS for their various projects that cater to schoolchildren.
The incidence of PWS is believed to be 1 in 10,000 to 1 in 29,000 live births, with a prevalence rate of 1 in 52,000 with a death rate of approximately 3% (Butler et al.