DBPC

AcronymDefinition
DBPCDouble-Blind Placebo-Controlled
DBPC2,6-Di-Tert-Butyl-P-Cresol
DBPCDon Bosco Park Circus (est. 1958; school; India)
DBPCDefense Business Practices Concept
DBPCDetroit Board of Police Commissioners (Michigan)
DBPCDet Broderlige Papegoye Compagnie (Skurup, Sweden)
DBPCDemi Brigade de Parachutiste de Choc (French: Half Airborne Brigade Shock)
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Using data and subjects from a previous trial, the authors reviewed results of DBPC challenges in an IBS patient population.
Of the 920 study participants, 276 patients were diagnosed with NCWS using a DBPC wheat challenge after having their IBS resolve on the elimination diet and relapsed into symptoms on the DBPC wheat challenge.
Provides two phenolic antioxidants: a crystal form of DBPC (di-tert-butyl-para-cresol) used to prevent oxidation in plastics; and BHT for use as an additive approved for food contact.
DBPC is pleased to sponsor the award in appreciation of their tireless contribution to the local sporting community.
DALLAS Burston Polo Club is celebrating after raising a record-breaking PS20,000 for a Birmingham charity from its annual DBPC Ladies' Day tournament and auction which this year saw well-heeled women bidding for a pink diamond ring.
The DBPC team, along with our patron Katie McPhilimey, put on another fantastic event and it was an honour for Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer to be the club's chosen charity for the third year in a row.
Ideally this study should be followed by a DBPC study.
Formerly Neville Synthese Organics, company provides two phenolic antioxidants: a crystal form of DBPC (ditert-butyl-paracresol) used to prevent oxidation in rubber and plastics; and BHT for use as an additive approved for food contact.
Formerly Neville Chemicals, company provides two phenolic antioxidants: a crystal from of DBPC (di-tert-butyl-paracresol) used to prevent oxidation in rubber and plastics; and BHT (butylated-hydroxy-toluene) for use as an additive approved for food contact.
Provides two phenolic antioxidants: a crystal form of DBPC (di-tert-butyl-para-cresol) used to prevent oxidation in rubber and plastics; and BHT (butylated-hydroxy-toluene) for use as an additive approved for food contact.
Tenders are invited for Supply of DBPC Powder (Butylated Hydroxy Tolune) packed in Plastic container with inner polythene bag.