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pl.

abbr.
1. or Pl. place
2. Printing & Photography plate
3. plural
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Pl.

(in street names) abbreviation for
(Human Geography) Place
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Pl.

ABBR =PlacePlaza f
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These observed signals indicate A[beta] is right in the hot spot region and the Phe and CH functional group are reactive parts of A[beta] with PL. It is noted that Phe is part of the aggregation prone site of A[beta].
In LN229 cells after the scratch injury, p38 and JNK were activated notably by PL. Since NAC completely abolished p38 and JNK activation, p38 and JNK were downstream targets of ROS elevation upon PL treatment [22].
Manchester United have lost only one of their last nine encounters with Arsenal in the PL. (W6 D2).
In view of this finding, Kogure and Noda (7) applied forces that compressed 1/3 and 2/3 of the PL. They observed hyaline formation and severe root resorption in PLs that had been compressed by 2/3, but not in those that had been compressed by 1/3.
Thus, the luminescence photoquenching effect seems to be accompanied with thermal quenching of PL. These luminescence photo- and thermal quenching effects are well-known in bulk crystals of CdS material [24] and are explained by interplay of several deep traps; those redistribute excess carrier flows among different radiative and nonradiative recombination centres within crystalline volumes.
In every case, father, mother, and all family members (except under than 5 years of age) were examined for the presence or absence of PL. Age, gender and hand dominance was recorded for each subject.
"The fact that these organisations are putting their money towards the continued growth and success of the city region's professional services offering is a tangible marker of the belief in the sustainability and long-term goals of PL.
Twenty-one healthy volunteers [either untreated or treated with oral psoralens (8-MOP or 5-MOP)] were enrolled in this study and exposed to solar radiation for evaluation of the following clinical parameters: immediate pigment darkening (IPD), minimal erythema dose (MED), minimal melanogenic dose (MMD), and minimal phototoxic dose (MPD) before and after topical or oral administration of PL. Immunohistochemical assessment of CD1a-expressing epidermal cells were also performed.
Motion sensors can no longer be used, as they will prevent the continuous ambient light needed to charge the PL.