PHB


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PHB

Abbreviation for:
personal health budget 
Pharmacopoeia Britannica 
phenobarbital
phenylbutzone
phosphorylase B
polyhydroxybutyrate
porcine haemoglobin
preventive health behaviour
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dClinic has the ability to deliver for India and recently signed an agreement with BP Batam Hospital, Indonesia to help bring the PHB and Vitality clinics to Batam, and eventually to the whole of Indonesia.
[10], further studies on the degradation of PHB were done and described to clarify the complex mechanism.
Poly-[beta]-hydroxybutyrate (PHB) increases growth performance and intestinal bacterial range-weighted richness in juvenile European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax).
One typical hurdle when sustainably producing PHB using algae working alone is that PHB builds up in the cell in ways that inhibit photosynthesis.
Considering the above mentioned, the main objective of this study was to evaluate the incorporation of the essential oils of melaleuca, cinnamon and citronella into PHB films using Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR), which is used in the structural investigation of the polymer matrices and can detect small changes between amorphous and crystalline regions [18].
The materials used for the synthesis of electrospun meshes were poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) (PHB), provided by Sigma Aldrich (Milan, Italy), and type I collagen (Coll) derived from bovine dermis, supplied by Collagen Solutions Inc.
[7], which intermingled the PHB with alkaline metal salts (Cs, K, Li) and with metal salts bivalents (Ca, Mg, Zn) with the objective of obtaining the PHB macro monomers, through thermal degradation at a moderate temperature (150 [degrees]C to 170 [degrees]C).
To ascertain the optimum level at which PHB could be included in the diets of Chinese mitten crab.
The initial studies concerning PHAs detection were based on gravimetric and infrared spectroscopy methods, and the earliest research in PHB quantification was performed using gas chromatography (GC) (3).
Portal hypertensive biliopathy (PHB), also known as pseudosclerosing cholangitis, was first reported by Fraser and Broun in 1944 when they published a paper on an anomaly of the vena portal system [1].