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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.

Phe

abbreviation for phenylalanine.

Phe

phenylalanine.
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We found considerable variation in the reported routine use of several common laboratory tests as part of the PHE for patients who had not had the test for 5 years or more.
PHE are also looking at 43 cases in the West Midlands, 34 of which were connected with the Birmingham Heartlands Hospital outbreak.
early] and Phelate was inversely related to Phe serum concentrations (r = 0.
We used analyte recoveries computed from our examinations of hematocrit effects, blood-volume-per-spot effects, and filter-paper serum-absorption volumes to predict expected differences between Phe recoveries from the EWS-Phe-01 and the AARM.
We have applied this system to Phe and Tyr measurement from blood spots, thus allowing selective detection of the two amino acids with virtually no interference from other compounds and quantification by stable isotope calibrators.
That's why the PHE has decided to launch campaign aimed at creating awareness among the general public about importance of water and its preservation.
Implementing the MAPICS solution will enable Tranter PHE to realize valuable benefits in a relatively short period of time.
Richard Gleave, PHE Deputy Chief Executive, said: PHE is delighted to have secured 3 of the leading construction companies in the UK to deliver what will be a world-leading national and international resource.
Secretary PHE Nizamuddin, Chief Engineer (North) Arif Khan, Chief Engineer (South) Sanobar Khan, Director Anti-Corruption Ziaullah Khan Toru, Director PHE Abdul Sami and other concerned officers attended the meeting.
A variety of methods have subsequently been used to measure Phe in dried blood-spot specimens, including fluorometric [8,9], enzymatic [10], HPLC [11-14], and tandem mass spectrometry [4,15].