DPD

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AcronymDefinition
DPDDepartment of Planning and Development
DPDDevelopment Plan Document (UK)
DPDDallas Police Department (Dallas, TX)
DPDDead Peer Detection (Cisco)
DPDDihydropyrimidine Dehydrogenase
DPDDivision of Parasitic Diseases (US CDC)
DPDDenver Police Department
DPDDetroit Police Department
DPDDeoxypyridinoline
DPDDominant Wave Period
DPDDrug Product Database
DPDDiccionario Panhispánico de Dudas (Spanish)
DPDDigital Pre-Distortion
DPDDeutscher Paketdienst (Germany)
DPDDependent Personality Disorder
DPDDirect Parcel Distribution (European logistics service)
DPDDirection de la Programmation et du Développement (French: Department of Programming and Development; French Ministry of Education, Youth and the Voluntary Sector)
DPDDepersonalization Disorder
DPDDewan Pimpinan Daerah (Indonesian: Regional Leaders Council)
DPDDangerous Preparations Directive
DPDDigital Product Definition
DPDDifferential Phase Detection
DPDDayton Police Department (Ohio)
DPDDiver Propulsion Device
DPDData Processing Department
DPDN,n-Diethyl-P-Phenylene-Diamine
DPDDiploma in Practical Dermatology (UK)
DPDDead Piro Day (MegaTokyo comic)
DPDDistributed Product Description (Modeling and Simulation; Simulation Based Acquisition)
DPDData Processing Design
DPDDefense Programming Database
DPDDrejtoria e Përgjithshme e Doganave (Albanian: General Directorate of Dutys)
DPDDeutscher Pressedienst
DPDDegree Programme Director (Newcastle University; UK)
DPDDay Past Due
DPDDriver/Pre-Driver
DPDData Project Description
DPDData Project Directive
DPDDigital Product Description
DPDDignitary Protection Division (United States Capitol Police)
DPDDumas Police Department (Dumas, Texas)
DPDDigital Publications Development Program (US Army ASRL)
DPDDuty Paid Delivered
DPDDetailed Product Document
DPDDetailed Procedural Design (software development)
DPDData Product Definition (Logistics Management Information)
DPDDependability of Physical Design
DPDDry Packaged Dessert
DPDDesign Proposal Drawings
DPDDivisión de Prevención del Delito (Spanish: Crime Prevention Division; Guatemala)
DPDDynamic Parcel Distribution (UK)
DPDDémarginalisation des Pauvres par le Droit (French: Empowerment of the Poor; Bénin)
DPDDigital Photo Display
DPDDekart Private Disk (encryption software)
DPDDistribution Produits Déco (French: Home Products Distribution)
DPDDemos Pra Download (music blog)
References in periodicals archive ?
Table 1: Osteocalcin and urinary deoxypyridinoline levels before and after treatment.
Data on bone mineral density were measured by bone densitometry at the distal forearm in addition to parathyroid hormone, bone alkaline phosphatase, osteocalcin, and the deoxypyridinoline and cadmium in urine.
3) Study patients were assigned to high-risk or low-risk categories for joint damage based on urinary levels of C-terminal cross-linked telopeptide of type II collagen (uCTX-II), total pyridinoline/ total deoxypyridinoline ratios (uPYD/DPD), joint-space narrowing (JSN) scores, and body mass index (BMI) at baseline, factors the investigators had previously shown to be predictive markers for radiographic damage in this population.
Calcium will be present in urine and bone markers of reabsorption, such as N-telopeptide pyridinoline, and deoxypyridinoline may be present.
N-terminal and C-terminal crosslinking telopeptides of type-I collagen (NTX-I and CTX-I), deoxypyridinoline (DPD) and TRAP-5b [5,6].
When bone breaks down, it produces a byproduct called deoxypyridinoline (Dpd) that's excreted into the urine.
Deoxypyridinoline is present in the bone and is excreted unmetabolized in urine.
In this research we have investigated the use of two bone biomarkers, one for bone reabsorption (urinary deoxypyridinoline, Dpd) and the other for bone formation (bone specific alkaline phosphatase, BAP) in sedentary and physically active SCI men, to establish the rate of bone turnover.
Twentyfour hour and early morning urine specimens were collected for the estimations of the clearance levels of calcium and deoxypyridinoline (measured by HPLC technique) which were taken as bone resorption markers.
Genistein also statistically significantly decreased urinary excretion of pyridinoline and deoxypyridinoline, increased levels of bone-specific alkaline phosphatase and insulin-like growth factor I, and did not change endometrial thickness compared with placebo.
NTX and CTX are degraded in the liver and the kidneys and converted to deoxypyridinoline, Dpd.
Furthermore, urinary cadmium was negatively associated with parathyroid hormone (a bone metabolism hormone) and positively associated with urinary deoxypyridinoline (a bone resorption marker).