DBP


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DBP

Abbreviation for vitamin D-binding protein.

DBP

diastolic blood pressure
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The ratings on DBP and LBP also reflect our expectation that the sovereign's propensity to provide extraordinary support to both banks remains high in times of need, owing to their unique policy mandates, full government ownership and systemic importance.
DBP is likewise beefing up its acquisition activities by targeting one million new depositors in the next five years, focusing on small depositors residing in underserved areas of the country.
Meanwhile, Small Business Puhunan Loan Program (SBPLP) provides permanent working capital from as low as P300,000 to as high as P1-million to micro and small-sized enterprises with existing account either with DBP or other banks.
With its 800 Negosyo Centers around the country, Maglaya said the DTI can now inform their clients who want to avail themselves of the financial assistance offered by DBP to expand their business.
The researchers found that patients with the lowest DBP levels (<60 mmHg) had higher hs-cTnT levels and an increased risk of heart disease and death over time.
8 mm, lo cual demuestra que los DBP de los fetos a termino no tienen mucha variacion dentro de una misma raza.
Pursuant to the agreement, Alcoa of Australia has agreed to sell its stake in DBP, the owner and operator of the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline (DBNGP), to DUET Group (DUET).
For the study, IOP maxima, minima, and fluctuation were chosen as three separate outcome variables while minima, maxima, and fluctuations of SBP, DBP, and MOPP as predictor variables.
If the daily average cuff DBP at both visits 3 and 4 was [greater than or equal to] 100mg Hg and [less than or equal to] 115mm Hg, and if the difference between these two daily averages was [less than or equal to] 10mm Hg, the patient was considered eligible for ABPM.
2) A new study in EHP provides new evidence regarding mechanisms of DBP-related effects in germ cells and suggests that a rat model may be suitable for studying effects of DBP on human germ cells.
His first novel, Jambot, was an entry in a DBP competition marking Hijrah 1400 [it is not clear whether it was actually published); thus far he has written three [?