EPO


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EPO

abbreviation for
(Pharmacology) erythropoietin
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First, it is likely that before the rise of the Ionian epos there existed in Boeotia a purely popular and indigenous poetry of a crude form: it comprised, we may suppose, versified proverbs and precepts relating to life in general, agricultural maxims, weather-lore, and the like.
To a people of this nature the Homeric epos would be inacceptable, and the post-Homeric epic, with its conventional atmosphere, its trite and hackneyed diction, and its insincere sentiment, would be anathema.
She found her epos in the reform of a religious order.
The contract shall be awarded (award criteria) to the bidder whose bid is to be preferred having regard to the bidder%s ability to meet the requirements of the EPO to be measured by:
EPO has been suggested to have diverse biological functions, including neuroregenerative, angiogenic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-apoptotic actions in the brain.
A joint operation was initiated by EPA and District Administration of Peshawar against the violators of EPO and sealed different entities including marble units, printing presses, coal crushing units etc over creating air, noise pollution besides discharging untreated waste.
In their visit they found three (3) printing presses closed permanently while the remaining four (4) printing press owners requested for grace period of 24 hrs times for EPO compliance from the District Administration of Peshawar.
Rising incidences of Cancer, ESRD (End Stage Renal Disease), and HIV have largely contributed to the overwhelming demand for EPO drugs.
Uni-Bio Science's long-acting EPO is leading the charge, and it may become the first-to-market.
4) Administration and/or attempted administration to others of EPO, testosterone and/or cortisone.
One important improvement brought about by the tool, which has no other equivalent: the information is easily accessible and is based on recent data available 18 months after the patent application has been made at the EPO.
According to the study, short or long-term use of EPO raises blood pressure by constricting arteries, which reduces the flow of blood to the brain.