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DPN

DPN

Abbreviation for diphosphopyridine nucleotide.

DPN

diphosphopyridine nucleotide.
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Focal pagetoid proliferation of uniform melanocytes into the uppermost layers of the epidermis has been very rarely reported in DPN, (8) but this feature is found exceptionally and should prompt careful scrutiny of the lesion to exclude melanoma.
The compound stopped DPN and showed it could restore sensory neuron function to damaged nerve tissue.
Although improved glycaemic control is proposed to control DPN, the expected pain reduction does not always correlate with an improved [HbA.
Olgunun yuzunde cok sayida benzer lezyonlarin varligi ve baslangic yasi dolayisiyla olguya DPN tanisi konuldu.
The feeling of unsteadiness has more recently been associated with the development of DPN.
Given the government's precarious fiscal situation, some analysts believe that the 7% premium will not be enough to lure investors away from repos and onto DPNs.
These tools include the monofilament and the tuning fork which detect DPN only at a late stage where a patient may already have lost protective sensation in his feet.
The DPN acquisition will accelerate FNIS' ability to provide a unified end-to-end technology, business and financial management platform for real estate brokers and agents," said Dwayne Walker, president and chief operating officer.
The UNiCOMM 2013 Summit is hosted by DPN Group, LLC, is a Baltimore-based communication management consulting firm focusing on diversity & inclusion in entrepreneurship and the workforce.
Both companies anticipate that with computer chip nodes going down in size to 65nm and 45nm, the photomask repair industry requires capabilities that are available only with new technology provided by NanoInk's DPN.
Paying interest of about 20% while the dollar has only risen 5% against the bolivar, these DPN bonds are so attractive that they now take up about half of the available credit in the banking sector.