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vi·ta·min P

a mixture of bioflavonoids extracted from plants (especially citrus fruits). It reduces the permeability and fragility of capillaries and is useful in the treatment of certain cases of purpura that are resistant to vitamin C therapy.
See also: hesperidin, quercetin, rutin.

vi·ta·min P

(vītă-min)
Mixture of plant bioflavonoids (especially citrus fruits); reduces permeability and fragility of capillaries and is useful in treatment of some cases of purpura that are resistant to vitamin C therapy.
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(39) See Citrin, 440 F.3d at 420 (explaining that the employee's access rights were terminated when he breached his duty of loyalty); see also Juo, supra note 34, at 51 (specifying that the Seventh Circuit relied on the agency relationship between an employer and employee in establishing the existence of authorization).
Citrin deficiency caused by SLC25A13 mutation is another disorder of the urea cycle [Figure 1]b.
The Seventh Circuit's ruling in Citrin implies that the manner in which an employee uses his access can terminate his authorization.
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While experts agree it is important that law departments incorporate the 7th Circuit's Citrin duty of loyalty standard into company policy by clearly defining the purposes for which an employer's computer and other electronic communications systems may and may not be used, such policy alone is not always enough.
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Citrin, the defendant, was employed by the plaintiff to look for and help acquire real estate.
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