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PMPostmaster
PMPostmortem
PMPostmistress
PMPost Meridiem (period from noon to midnight)
PMPolice Magistrate
PMProvost Marshal
PMParticulate Matter
PMPast Master
PMPersonal Message (IRC)
PMPrime Minister
PMSt. Pierre and Miquelon (ISO country code, top level domain name)
PMPour Memoir (French: For Memory; response to RSVP)
PMPower Management
PMPERL Module
PMPlus Minus (hockey goals scored while player on/off ice)
PMPerformance Monitoring
PMPrecious Metals
PMPerformance Measurement
PMPower Macintosh (Apple)
PMPhillip Morris
PMPerpetual Motion
PMPreventive Maintenance
PMPerry Meridian (High School)
PMPocket Monsters (Pokémon)
PMPlasma Membrane (lipid bilayer)
PMPower Monitoring
PMPolice Misconduct
PMPerformance Meeting
PMPipe Major
PMPrecautionary Measure
PMPermanent Memory
PMPowder Metallurgy
PMPolicia Militar
PMPageMaker (Adobe software)
PMPeriodic Maintenance
PMPremier Ministre (French: Prime Minister; various nations)
PMPhase Modulation
PMPhone Me
PMPharmacy Manager
PMPre-Menstrual
PMPolymyositis (Immune disease causing muscle inflammation)
PMPeso Mexicano (Mexican Peso)
PMPicometer
PMPour Mémoire (French: for the record)
PMPlanar Map
PMPlatform Model (Object Management Group)
PMPontifex Maximus
PMPower Mirror
PMPressurized Module
PMPlaymore Corporation (Japan)
PMPhoto Multiplier
PMPlaza Miranda (Philippines)
PMPolice Militaire (French: Military Police)
PMPlatinum Medallion (Delta Sky Miles)
PMPERL Monk
PMPerformance Margin
PMPreço de Mercado (Portuguese: Market Price)
PMPeritrophic Matrix (biology)
PMPistolet Mitrailleur (French: Machine Gun)
PMPohjoismaiden Mestaruus (Finnish: Nordic Championship)
PMPetameter (10 E^15, one quadrillion meters)
PMPlant Miscellaneous
PMPrécompte Mobilier (French)
PMPressure Multiplier
PMProcessable Mode
PMProject Missionary
PMPaul McMartney (musician)
PMparallel track multiunit (US DoD)
PMPeter Moosleitner's Magazin (German science magazine)
PMPronto Mezcla (Guatemala concrete dispencer business)
PMPulpomesial
PMProto-Manenguba
PMPedometrics
PMProperties Master (theatre)
PMPeoplemover
PMPeritoneal Metastasis
PMPattern Matching
PMSisters of the Presentation of Mary (religious order)
PMPhilippine Marine (indigenous Marine in the Philippines)
PMProperty Manager
PMProcurement Manager
PMpassage material (US DoD)
PMPulse Modulation
PMPush Me
PMPush Money
PMPreventative Maintenance
PMPure Math
PMPresentation Manager (OS/2)
PMPlanned Maintenance
PMPlanning Module
PMPopular Mechanics (magazine)
PMPartitionMagic (PowerQuest)
PMPrice Match
PMPenton Media (New York, NY)
PMPacMan
PMPubblico Ministero (Italian: Public Prosecutor)
PMPortfolio Manager
PMPrime Meridian (zero longitude)
PMPreventive Medicine
PMPalm Mute (guitar technique)
PMPrime Meridian (magazine)
PMPrincess Mononoke
PMPermanent Magnet
PMPaymaster
PMPeople Meter
PMPerformance Management
PMPatternmaker (USN Rating)
PMMaximum Power
PMPanama
PMParamedic
PMPrime Mover
PMPrinted Matter
PMPrivate Message
PMProblem Management
PMProcedures Manual
PMProcess Model
PMProduct Manager
PMProduction Management
PMProduction Manager
PMProduction Meeting
PMProduction Model
PMProgram Manager
PMProgram Memorandum
PMProgram Memory
PMProject Management
PMProject Manager
PMProject Master
PMProject Memo
PMPromethium
PMPropulsion Module
PMPrinciples of Medicine
PMPalma de Mallorca (Spain)
PMPrimary Mirror (telescopes)
PMBureau of Political-Military Affairs (DoD)
PMPalliative Medicine
PMPulp Mill
PMPractice Management
PMPersonnel Manager
PMPain Management
PMPressure Meter
PMPerfect Money (Internet payment system; Panama)
PMPentium M (Intel processor)
PMPons-Medulla
PMPrimeiro-Ministro (Portugal)
PMPenalty Minutes (hockey)
PMProcess Management
PMPurpose-Made
PMPatriot Missile
PMPurulent Meningitis
PMProgressive Majority
PMPacemaker
PMPerception Management (corporate communications)
PMProtocol Machine
PMProduction Manifold (oil and gas drilling)
PMPower Module
PMParamagnetic
PMPrivilege Management (IT, middleware; networking)
PMParticle-Mesh
PMProgressive Maintenance
PMProposed Monitor
PMPsychosomatic Medicine
PMPayload Module
PMPer Month
PMPolymer Morphology
PMPaper Machine
PMpatient movement (US DoD)
PMPaper Mario (N64 game)
PMPrototyping Methodology
PMPrototype Model (engineering)
PMPurchase Memorandum
PMPriority Mail (USPS)
PMPhantom Menace (Star Wars)
PMPassmonster (security software)
PMPolicy Manual
PMPuppymill
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To evaluate whether an increased postmortem period affects capability of the isolated RNA to serve as the template in gene expression studies, qPCR of five common reference genes (ACTB, GAPDH, hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyltransferase [HPRT], peptidylprolylisomerase A; PPIA, TATA box-binding protein [TBP]) and three selected genes, including insulin-like growth factor (IGF1), pyruvate dehydrogenase kinase, isozyme 4 (PDK4) and peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor delta (PPARD), which were associated with meat quality (Malila et al.
The 10-page postmortem concluded: "The most probable diagnosis of the cause of death, at this moment in time, pending lab results that have been requested, is: head injury, sub-arachnoid haemorrhage, as a result of a fall.
Cops handed over the body to his heirs after postmortem and registered case against unidentified armed men.
Wasim Khawaja confirmed that the postmortem of Chaudhry Zulfiqar has been completed.
Mr Yousif also stated that on January 18 the family's lawyer Nawaf Mohammed had requested a postmortem to be conducted and that the body of the deceased was under the family's care following that.
Rigor mortis, or postmortem rigidity, results from a chemical reaction that commences at death.
Bell said the investigation will center on how the animal died - shoe prints were discovered near the animal, which had been partially eaten by coyotes and other nocturnal animals, park officials said - and why a postmortem examination was not ordered before the bison was disposed of.
Consider a postmortem cesarean section only if the procedure can be initiated within 4 minutes of maternal cardiac arrest, Dr.
Postmortem biopsy specimens were taken from the lungs, heart, kidney, spleen, small bowel, and muscle.
YES] Requests for postmortem sperm retrieval are becoming more common, and often they are quite compelling.
Medical research using brain tissue from patients who have died from neurological diseases - often made available after a medical postmortem - has produced great advances in the treatment of Parkinson's disease and dementia.
Program topics include: Recent Developments; Drafting After EGTRRA; Life Insurance Update; Unwinding Discount Entities; GRATs; Minimum Distribution Rules; Charitable Lead Trusts; PostMortem Planning; Partnerships and PostMortem Planning; Planning for Collectibles; Departing from IRS Actuarial Tables; State Law Developments; Attorney-Client Privilege; Exercising Discretionary Powers; Terrorism's Impact on Estate Planning; and a Case Study: Applying What We Have Learned.