LPS


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LPS

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Lord Privy Seal
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There was a slightly added blueness about the lps but his breathing was still perceptible.
1 shows Korean LPs that have different styles represented by different fonts, background color, character color, character properties (i.e., width, height and spacing).
LBP binds to gram-negative bacteria via the lipid A portion of the LPS which mediates its binding to the CD14 cellular receptor molecule presented by monocytes and macrophages and potentiates LPS signaling activity resulting in the production of proinflammatory cytokines that subsequently leads to lung injury [14].
Section 3 describes the proposed approach for multiple LPs detection.
All rats were anesthetized with 50 mg/kg 1% pentobarbital sodium and were randomly assigned to the sham, LPS, and LPS + ENL groups (n = 20).
Several animal models, including models with in vivo intra-tracheal (IT) administration of lipopolysaccharide (LPS), have been developed to study the pathophysiologic mechanism of ARDS.
According to LPS, in the current environment, servicers must be prepared to efficiently leverage alternatives such as short sales.
Factory planning influences the implementation of an LPS on a major way (Dombroski & Palluck, 2008; Stepping, 2007).
The results of the survey show that in 69% of these companies an LPS according to the Toyota Production System exists, or is developed right now.
Most isolates express a conserved LPS antigen, which allows use of a single reference strain for determination of anti-LPS antibodies (8).
The in vivo lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced model of liver damage of mice, used to determine TNF-[alpha]--mediated organ failure, is both sensitive and convenient.