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FFull
FFax
FFemale
FFailure
FFalse
FFail
FFighter (US military aircraft designation; as in F-16)
FFahrenheit
FIf
FFound
FFirst (class airfare)
FFast (logic integrated circuits)
FFront
FField
FFine
FFord Motor Company (stock symbol)
FFriend(s)
FForce
FFlash (Precedence Level)
FFrance (International Auto Identification)
FRegistration (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
FForward
FFine (numismatics; 10th best condition of coin)
FFine (book condition)
FFunction
FFrankfurt (German auto license plates)
FFixed
FFilter
FFlag
FFellow
FFlat (welding position)
FFog (weather teports)
FFrequency
FFuse
FFault
FForte (music)
FFocal length (photography)
FFailing Grade
FFraction
FFloat (C programming language)
FFoul (baseball)
FFable (video game)
FFelony
FFolio
FFrancs
FFiduciary (IRB)
FFlight Inspection
FFujita (tornado intensity scale, ranging from F1 to F5)
FFoxtrot
FFluorine
FFleer (baseball card manufacturer)
FPhenylalanine (amino acid)
FBioavailability (fraction of drug reaching systemic circulation)
FFarad
FFuze
FFlunked
FFlunk
FFemto- (10^-15, SI Prefix)
FFunctor (abstract algebra)
FFroude Number
FFaraday Constant
FFunctional Distribution
FFilial Generation (genetics)
Fflare patterns (US DoD)
FFsmart (China)
FFrequency of Lifting
FFederal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Georgia (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
FFisher's F Ratio (statistics; usually written in italics)
FF Sub-Shell (fourth outer subshell of an electron shell)
FCleared to Fix
FUndenominated United States Stamp (29 cents, introduced 3 Feb 1991)
FAt City Shop for Repairs (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
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The results showed significantly greater zinc bioavailability for MINTREX relative to zinc sulfate as judged by total tibia zinc, tibia zinc concentration and small intestinal metallothionein mRNA expression.
The scientists intend to determine the role that nano-laminated coating properties would play in the in vitro digestibility and release of lipids, and the impact of the composition and structure of nano-laminated coatings on the bioavailability of encapsulated lipids.
With its extraordinary high bioavailability, Theracurmin Super will make a huge contribution to treating and preventing a number of diseases in many countries, where aging populations rapidly grow.
RedHill and IntelGenx previously conducted a successful bioavailability study which demonstrated the required U.
The AUC-[the area under the plasma concentration-time curve, which is the gold-standard measurement of the bioavailability of a compound] places the NovaSOL[R] curcumin micelle head and shoulders above other delivery systems.
Additionally, the researchers performed vitamin D absorption tests in four patients with ulcerative colitis (UC) and found a wide variability of vitamin D2 bioavailability in patients with UC as well as in 17 patients with CD, which was unexpected since vitamin D is absorbed in the small intestine and not in the colon.
Decreased bioavailability of a sustained-release formulation of theophylline, which is likely to reduce efficacy, was observed when it was crushed and administered via nasogastric tube.
Extended-release formulations with low bioavailability pose a particular risk for diversion and abuse.
The business acquired by ISP provides contract formulation, scale-up and manufacturing services with a focus on the use of spray drying technology for bioavailability enhancement.
Our objective was to determine the bioavailability of six different commercially-produced (~2001) elemental Fe powders, collected by SUSTAIN (1).
Some microbes are able to enhance the bioavailability of hydrophobic pollutants by biosynthesis of compounds that solubilize the target substrate.
Because the antioxidants found in vegetables and fruits are known to reduce the risk of cancer and produce a host of other health benefits, there has been lots of research in recent years looking at the bioavailability of those nutrients.