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LPG

abbr.
liquefied petroleum gas

LPG

abbreviation for
(Elements & Compounds) liquefied petroleum gas

LPG

liquefied petroleum gas.
Translations

LPG

[ˌɛlpiːˈdʒiː] n (=liquefied petroleum gas) → GPL mL-plate [ˈɛlpleɪt] n (British) plaque portant un L rouge ("Learner" ou apprenti), apposée sur le véhicule d'un apprenti conducteur
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Among the largest common genetic effects, the E2 and E4 alleles of the APOE (apolipoprotein E) gene are associated with a shif t of approximately -0.
The amount of explosives each APOE may hold at one time is limited to a total known as the "net explosive weight" (NEW).
Scientists cannot fully explain the neural mechanisms underlying the effect of hypertension and APOE e4 on amyloid accumulation.
Former HNRCA neuroepidemiologist Tina Huang compared links between types of fish intake and dementia in relation to the APOE genetic status of 2,547 study volunteers.
Herein we review the literature to date on sleep apnea in TBI and outline the evidence to suggest that these factors in combination with the presence of the APOE [epsilon]4 may contribute significantly to cognitive dysfunction and the development of dementia in these patients.
These mice have the human APOE locus construct in the correct genetic locus.
The APOE gene provides instructions for making a protein called apolipoprotein E.
In recent years, as the military has increasingly relied on commercial sourcing and shippers, its role in APOE frustration levels has become even more of an issue for the Air Force.
The APOE gene comes in several different forms, or alleles, but three occur most frequently: APOE [epsilon]2, APOE [epsilon]3, and APOE [epsilon]4.
The new method is based on the association between Alzheimer's disease and the APOE e4 gene, which is present in approximately one of every five people.