) is a rare, inherited metabolic bone disorder characterized by low serum alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activity and impaired bone mineralization .
is brought into mind in the differential diagnosis of patients who present with bone, teeth, and other systemic symptoms and findings, it is very easy to diagnose the disease by establishing the low ALP levels (5).
Concurrently, Dr Dahir and colleagues have entered into a partnership with the Biomechanics & Assistive Technology Laboratory at Vanderbilt University to use state-of-the-art 3D motion analysis equipment to test for abnormalities in gait and muscle weakness in adolescents and adults with HPP
2 and Table 1, the crystallization behaviors of HPP
, PP-B, and their blends are of great difference under the same crystal conditions.
resolves when the patient becomes euthyroid so that the definitive treatment is either radioactive iodine or thyroidectomy.
Initial work-up revealed that a spectrin protein abnormality was the likely cause of the unusual erythrocyte thermal sensitivity and HPP
erythrocytes are often deficient in this protein.
helps companies ensure food safety for refrigerated foods while dramatically increasing shelf life and enabling clean labeling," states Hewson.
Unlike pasteurisation, HPP
doesn't damage any of the fruits' nutrients, retains more flavour and extends a juice's shelf life from 4-20 days to 40-90 days, as well as slashing the amount of waste generated.
Given the substantial defense costs HPP
will face to defend the RHA litigation, whether its E&O policy is a liability policy will be critical to its bottom line.
is a method of processing food and beverage products through a high-pressure chamber that can significantly extend product shelf life.
, 171MW Shamb HPP
and 157.2MW Tatev HPP
) for $180mln.