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PHP

Abbreviation for panhypopituitarism.

ASAH1

A gene on chromosome 8p22 that encodes a heterodimeric enzyme that is cleaved into an active form post-translationally, and which catalyses the synthesis and degradation of ceramide into sphingosine and fatty acid.

Molecular pathology
ASAH1 mutations are linked to Farber disease, a lysosomal storage disorder.

PHP

Abbreviation for panhypopituitarism.
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The report also reveals that with the updated SMV, the Taxable assessed Value in 2014 is more than PhP6.
PH), the Philippines' largest lender by assets, has said that it has raised a total of PHP6.
1st Place - Php60,000 (Php42,000 for student, Php12,000 for the mentor and Php6,000 for the school);
PH), the Philippines' second-largest lender by assets, has reported that its net profit in the first half, ended June 30, has increased by 45 percent to PHP6.
The rubber processing plant has a total budget of PhP40,764,900 which was pooled from the DAR-MINSAAD with PhP31,026,540, proponent ARBO with PhP6,102,360, LGU-Banisilan with PhP2,050,000, Department of Agriculture-RFO XII with PhP586,000, and from the Cotabato Provincial Office with PhP1,000,000.
PH), the Philippines's third-largest lender by assets, has reported that its net profit in the first half has increased by 12 percent to PHP6.
of National Defense for the clearance to construct wind farm within the vicinity of Pasuquin Radar Station;Equity Investors committment secured; Selected Preferred EPC Turn-key Tenderer for both the wind energy farm and the connection assets; Submitted the Declaration of Commerciality (DOC) with documentary requirements on 5 Jul 2013, currently under evaluation by REMB;Equity Investors committment secured; Selected Preferred EPC Turn-key Tenderer for both the wind energy farm and the connection assets; Project cost is Php6.
Global Banking News-June 9, 2011--Philippine National Bank sells PHP6.
PH), the Philippines' largest lender by assets, has reported that its net profit for 2009 increased by 36 percent to PHP6.
PH), the Philippines' second largest lender by assets, has said that its net profit in 2009 increased to PHP6.
PNB said that its net interest income in the 2009 nine-month period increased to PHP6.
For the full year, BPI's unaudited net income reached PHP6.