ADMA

AcronymDefinition
ADMAAsymmetric Dimethylarginine
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ADMAArea Division Multiple Access
ADMAActive Directory Management Agent (metadirectory services)
ADMAAustralian Disease Management Association (Melbourne, Australia)
ADMAAlkyldimethylamine (chemical)
ADMAAutomatic Direct Memory Access
ADMAAmplitude Division Multiple Access
ADMAAsian Direct Marketing Awards
ADMAAdvanced Direct Memory Access Controller
ADMAAiles du Maine Avion (French: Aéroclub Le Mans)
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This financing strengthens our current cash position as we initiate our pivotal Phase III clinical trial in primary immune deficiency for our lead product candidate" commented Adam Grossman, President and Chief Executive Officer of ADMA.
According to ADMA Solutions President Amy Michalo-Rojas, recurring resolutions (which also include getting fit, losing weight, and saving money) are the most common resolutions for several reasons.
Furthermore, to contribute to the next studies, it may be important to determine the correlation between the biochemical parameters (especially glucose and triglyceride) and ADMA levels in both treated groups and this determination may provide assistance to interpret the effects of ADMA levels on these patients in details.
ADMA is a naturally occurring amino acid that has the interesting property of competitively inhibiting the activity of nitric oxide synthase (NOS).
For the third quarter ended September 30, 2012, ADMA recognized revenues of $0.
Under the terms of the agreement, ADMA has agreed to purchase exclusively from BPC its worldwide requirements of RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus) Immune Globulin manufactured from human plasma containing RSV antibodies.
I am so proud of our employees and their obvious enthusiasm for this idea," said ADMA Solutions Founder and CEO Dave Leuthold.
A few small studies have addressed the ability of ADMA to predict mortality and have found that high ADMA was related to mortality in critically ill patients (12, 13) and to unfavorable pulmonary hemodynamics and mortality (14).
Nasr, discovered by ADMA in 1971, is one of the ADMA-OPCO fields awaiting further development.
In addition, ADMA operates ADMA BioCenters, a wholly-owned subsidiary and FDA-licensed source plasma collection facility located in Norcross, Georgia.