ADH


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AcronymDefinition
ADHAlcohol Dehydrogenase
ADHAutomatic Data Handling
ADHAdhesive
ADHAntidiuretic Hormone
ADHAdhesion (advertising)
ADHArkansas Department of Health
ADHAllgemeiner Deutscher Hochschulsportverband (German: General German University Sports Federation)
ADHAldehyde Dehydrogenase
ADHAccidental Damage from Handling (insurance coverage option for a computer)
ADHAktion Deutschland Hilft (German: Germany's Relief Association)
ADHAtypical Ductal Hyperplasia
ADHAdd High
ADHAverage Delay Till Handling
ADHApplication Dialogue Handler
ADHAanbevolen Dagelijkse Hoeveelheid (Dutch)
ADHAntidiuretisches Hormon (German: Antidiuretisches Hormon)
ADHAldan (Russia)
ADHAcademic Department Head (Malaysia)
ADHAssociation des Directeurs d'Hôpital (French: Hospital Managers Association)
ADHArizona Department of Health
ADHAustralian Dermatological Hospital
ADHAction Dignite Humaine (French: Human Dignity Action)
ADHAdvanced Double Hull (naval architecture)
ADHAdvanced Development Hardware
ADHAssistant Department Head
ADHAverage Delay to Handle (CRM and call centers)
ADHAutomated Document Handling
ADHAngaston & District Hospital (Australia)
ADHAxially Displaced Hyperbola (antenna)
ADHAlden House
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The diagnostic criteria of ADH involving fibroepithelial lesions and radial scars (complex sclerosing lesions) are the same as those for otherwise benign breast parenchyma.
The ethanol and acetaldehyde content in grapes with different degrees of rotting, the mortality and ADH and ALDH activity levels of D.
Subsequent to this ADH (40 nm) was added in the serosal compartment, and 200 [micro]l of the sample was collected after an hour.
Both ADH and ALH have been identified as important early cellular changes and, as a result, these lesions have been targeted for removal as well as for chemoprevention.
A standard ADH solution in a concentration range of two orders of magnitude (0.022-2.2 mmol/L) was investigated.
In order to follow PRL hormone release, AdH and PRLOMA cell cultures were individually treated with ED agents for 60 minutes.
ADH (0.8-1.3 [micro]kat/ml) and ALD (0.2-0.25 [micro]kat/ml) were added to RBC suspension.
The following sections review four of the best-studied ADH and ALDH variants--ADH1B*2 (rs 1229984), ADH1B*3 (rs2066702), ADH1C*1 (rs698), and ALDH2*2 (rs671)--and their associations with a variety of alcohol-related factors or phenotypes.
"DI is treated with ADH unless pre-eclampsia is severe."
The surface insensitive ADH 9454 cyanoacrylate gel has high viscosity so preventing runs on inclined or vertical surfaces during the very short (3 to 60 seconds) fixture time.
ADH helps convert alcohol to acetaldehyde, which is eventually is metabolized to carbon dioxide and water.