CPRGComputer Poker Research Group (University of Alberta; Canada)
CPRGCanadian Partnership for Responsible Gambling
CPRGColorado Production Resource Guide
CPRGClosure Plan Review Guidance
CPRGChlorophenol Red Galactoside
CPRGCommander Patrol and Reconnaissance Group (US Navy)
CPRGContract Pricing Reference Guide (government contracts)
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Once the CPRG chairperson gave consent to approach CPRG members about the survey, the researchers sent the relevant documents and electronic link to the survey to the CPRG secretary, who disseminated the information to their membership.
The enzyme reaction was measured using CPRG substrate and read at 577 nm at 1-min intervals for 20 min.
If you did this, you would not be in compliance with FAR Part 15.404-1(d)(2) and CPRG. Also, realize that each offeror will have a different technical approach and accounting system, so using a single probable cost and applying it across the board to all proposals would be impractical.
According to the Terms of Reference statement on the Agenda for Children website, "The primary objective of the Children's Policy Reference Group is to provide the Ministry of Social Development and the Ministry of Youth Affairs with advice on a broad range of policy issues affecting all children and young people, including the Agenda for Children work programme." In line with Sabel's point about enlisting the views of people outside central government, the CPRG initially comprised nine non-government members and a similar number of officials from the then Ministry of Social Policy and the Ministry of Youth Affairs.
Physiotherapists with work experience of 3 years or more in adult ICUs in public or private sector hospitals or who were members of the Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Group (CPRG) of the SA Society of Physiotherapy (SASP) were contacted in 2013 and invited to participate in the survey.
Chlorophenol red [beta]-D-galactopyranoside (CPRG) was obtained from Roche Diagnostics (Mannheim, Germany).
Subsequently, a mixture of cycloheximide and the chromogenic substrate chlorophenol red-[Beta]-D-galactopyranoside (CPRG) is added.
In brief, yeast cells transfected with the human estrogen receptor [Alpha] (ER[Alpha]) gene, together with expression plasmids (containing estrogen responsive elements and the lac-Z reporter gene encoding the enzyme [Beta]-galactosidase), were incubated in medium containing the test chemical and the chromogenic substrate, chlorophenol red-[Beta]-D-galactopyranoside (CPRG).
Chlorophenol red [beta]-D-galactopyranoside (CPRG) and p-nitrophenylphosphate (PNPP) were purchased from Roche (Mannheim, Germany).
Upon binding of the receptor protein to ERE, [Beta]-galactosidase is expressed and secreted into the culture medium where it reacts with its substrate chlorophenol red [Beta]-D-galactopyranoside (CPRG) to cause a color change from yellow to red (5).