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"Dlp" is a book by Anton Eliens.
- subjects: Mathematics, Computer Science
Dlp a.k.a. thioredoxin-like 4B is a gene.
- also known as Dim1-like protein
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DLP is a principal avenue of access to government information for the public. It is recognized as one of several guaranteed channels of public access to government information established by Congress in support of our democratic form of ...
by Diane Barrett, Martin Weiss, Kirk Hausman
DLP is a way of detecting and preventing confidential data from being exfiltrated physically or logically from an organization by accident or on purpose. DLP systems are basically designed to detect and prevent unauthorized use and ...
Cardiac CT Imaging (2016)
Diagnosis of Cardiovascular Disease by Matthew J. Budoff, Jerold S. Shinbane
DLP is defined as: DLP CTDI scan length. vol = ́ DLP is an important risk indicator because radiation risks depend not only on the quantity and type of radiation given, but on the volume of tissue irradiated as well. For example, a radiation ...
by Ying Zhang
Introduction DLP is a popular field ...
The Guide for the Digital Age - from HDTV, DVD and flat-screen technologies to Multimedia Broadcasting, Mobile TV and Blu Ray by K. F. Ibrahim
DLP is a video projection technology that has recently been available as rear projection large-screen domestic television receivers. The technology took decades to become a viable technology for the ever expanding consumer market .
The Sheep-breeder (1912)
COOPER'S DlP is a sure scab destroyer—increases growth and improves quality of wool. Perfect skin tonic. PREVENTS REINFECTION COOPER'S is the only clip preventing fresh attacks—ticks will not trouble a Cooper-dipped sheep for six ...
A Dictionary of Scientific Terms, Pronunciation, Derivation, and Definition of Terms in Biology, Botony, Zoology, Anatomy, Cyctology, Embroyology, Physiology (1920)
by Isabella Ferguson Henderson, William Dawson Henderson
diplogenesis (dlp'löjën'ësls) n. [ Gk. diploos, double; genos, birth.] The supposed change in the germ plasm that accompanies the " use and disuse" changes occurring in the body tissues (biol.) ...
by Metin Heper, Nur Bilge Criss
The DLP was unable to achieve a substantial showing in the 1986 by-elections, despite Ecevit's (illegal) campaigning for the party. With the lifting of the political bans in a nationwide referendum in September 1987, Ecevit became the ...
by Abbie E. Goldberg
Gay Fraternities Delta Lambda Phi (DLP) is a fraternity founded by gay men in 1986 in Washington, D.C., to provide more opportunities for gay men to make connections with each other, as well as with other openminded men. While founded ...
by Rouben Paul Adalian
Ramkavar party centers were organized all across the Armenian diaspora, but with a membership mostly of persons of middle and upper middle class backgrounds, the DLP never developed a mass following. Even so, the DLP was effective in ...
by David Dowsett
dose length product (DLP)–dose profile/slice dose profile (SDP) D overall. Sixteen Having a cylindrical 4π construction used for measuring radionuclide activity levels in nuclear medicine. The activity range covered is commonly a few MBq to ...
by James E. Hoare
In the general elections for the National Assembly held in March 1992, the ruling DLP, the DP, the UNP, and three other splinter parties competed for seats. Despite its size, the ruling DLP won only 38.5 percent of the votes, winning 116 district ...
by Thomas SHERIDAN (M.A., Teacher of Elocution.)
To DlP, dip',- v. a. To immerge, to ' put into any liquor; to moillen, to wet; to engage in any affair; to engage an a ledge. l To DlP, dlp'. v. n. To immerge; to; pierce; to enter slightly into any ...
by James Hoare, Susan Pares
Democratic Labour Party (DLP) Chair.: Ma Lik...
diploneurel (dlp/lönü'räl) а. [Gk. diploos, double; neuron, nerve.] Supplied with two nerves (anat). diploperistomous (dîp'löpërls'tömůs) a. [Gk. diploos, double; peri, around; ...
by Thomas Sheridan
DIPHTHONG, dlp'-th&ng. s. A coalition of two vowels to form one found. DIPLOMA, dip-pl&'-mi. f. A letter or writing conferring some privilege. DIPLOMATICS dlp-16-œit'-lk. a. Belonging to the office osaa ambas- sadour. DIPPER, dip'-pir. s.
by Jack Cazes
-2,l,3-benzoxadiazole, DLP: Af-dansyl-L-proline, DLA: W-dansyl-L-alanine; DLV: /V-dansyl-L-valine; DLL: ...
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