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dihydrotestosterone

 (DHT) [di-hi″dro-tes-tos´tĕ-rōn]
an androgenic hormone formed in peripheral tissue from testosterone; thought to be the androgen responsible for development of the male primary sex characters during embryogenesis and of male secondary sex characters at puberty, and for adult male sexual function.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

DHT

abbr.
1. dihydrotachysterol
2. dihydrotestosterone
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DHT

Abbreviation for:
dihydrotestosterone
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DHT

Dihydrotestosterone, see there.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

DHT

Abbreviation for dihydrotestosterone.
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Our approach, based on Distributed Hash Tables, allows complex queries to the system by means of complex multimedia metadata indexing.
Distributed Hash Tables (DHTs) [6, 7, 8] are a class of distributed algorithms that provides the same functionality of a traditional hash table, by making available the mapping between a key and a value.
Rowstron, "Exploiting network proximity in distributed hash tables," FuDiCo, 2002.
Our Grid DBMS PORDaS is based on distributed hash tables (DHT).
Other topics covered include self-stabilization in preference-based networks, the design and evaluation of techniques for route diversity in distributed hash tables, and the effect of virtual media on business usage of peer-to-peer.
Topics include software aging and rejuvenation in a SOAP-based server, congestion control for distributed hash tables, video-on- demand equipment allocation, and analysis models for blind search in unstructured overlays.
Most of the existing Data Lookup Systems employ lookup protocols that are based on the Distributed Hash Tables (DHTs).

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