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phenylalanine

 [fen″il-al´ah-nīn]
a naturally occurring amino acid, one of the essential amino acids, necessary for optimal growth in infants and for nitrogen equilibrium in adults.

Phe

Symbol for phenylalanine or phenylalanyl.
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Keeping in view the importance of safe drinking water, PHE department had established eight water quality monitoring laboratories in divisional headquarters across the province.
He claimed that after that machinery was sold, the respondent PHE chief engineer sold the plot worth millions of rupees to private persons.
PHE said food and beverage manufacturers have also responded to calls for lower sugar content, making it easier for parents to find alternative options.
Duncan Selbie, chief executive at PHE, said: "Obesity is the pandemic of modern times.
Since 2017, PHE has supported NCDC in the development of its National Action Plan for Health Security (NAPHS), training of staff from the National Reference Laboratory and the network of public health laboratories on enteric pathogen testing, development and strengthening of protocols for NCDC's incident management system and several other project areas.
During the PRISM-2 trial, Palynziq-treated patients maintained their blood Phe concentrations as compared to their randomised withdrawal baseline, whereas patients randomized to matching placebo returned to their pretreatment baseline blood Phe concentrations.
This study investigated the effect of LNAA supplementation on blood Phe levels in patients with classical PKU, exhibiting poor compliance with a Phe-restricted diet and receiving long-term LNAA supplementation.
Walking requires no skill, facilities or equipment and is more "accessible and acceptable" than other minutes' walking a month Parker forms of physical activity for most people, according to a PHE report.
Eligible patients were assessed for demographics data, clinical data, and hematoma and PHE volumes.
R Gunung Sardjono Hadi, the president director of Pertamina Hulu Energi, which is the parent company of PHE WMO, said the integrated construction scheme would cost $457 million.
If people give up the habit for 28 days they are five times more likely to quit for good, PHE said.
Public Health England (PHE) is investigating an outbreak of E.coli O157.