DBPSDrainage Basin Planning Studies (engineering; Colorado)
DBPSDivision of Basic Pharmaceutical Sciences (Xavier University of Louisiana)
DBPSDesign, Build and Process Specification (US Navy)
DBPSDefensive Battle Planning System
DBPSDistance-Based Priority Scheduling
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However, this disinfectant can react with substances in the pool, many of which are introduced by swimmers themselves to form DBPs, which can irritate the eyes, skin, and lungs, according to a study published in the Journal of Environmental Science & Technology.
Here, this electrostatic-based approach was extended by applying 9 various machine learning classifiers for identifying RNA- and DNA-binding proteins and also for discriminating RBPs from DBPs. Our goal was to improve the classification accuracy in each of the comparisons.
Systolic blood pressure (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP) were measured at all five examinations after participants had rested for 5 min in the seated position.
As 25(OH)D is synthesized in the liver, it is transported to the kidney tissue by binding to the vitamin D-binding protein (DBP).
The use of chloramine as disinfectant has proven to produce very minimal amount of disinfection by-products (DBP) in countries like Europe, America, and Australia.
The authors have failed to correctly interpret the evidence linking DBPs to health; they have not addressed the complex nature of DBP occurrence and its variability in time and through the distribution network--thereby incorrectly characterising exposure--they have used rescinded cancer potency data that is incongruent with the current understanding of how chloroform may act in carcinogenesis and, perhaps most importantly of all, they have not balanced the potential risks associated with exposure to DBPs against the very real health benefits resulting from drinking water disinfection.
The standard definition of the National Cholesterol Education Program's Adult Treatment Panel III report was used to select MetS patients.[sup][6] Participants were classified as having MetS if they had three or more of the following criteria: abdominal obesity defined as waist circumference >102 cm in males and >88 cm in females; hypertriglyceridemia defined as triglycerides (TGs) >1500 mg/L; low high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol with an HDL <400 mg/L in males and <500 mg/L in females; hypertension defined as systolic blood pressure (SBP) >130 mmHg (1 mmHg = 0.133 kPa) or diastolic blood pressure (DBP) >85 mmHg; and impaired fasting glucose defined by fasting glucose >1010 mg/L.
1 Chlorinating agents added to drinking water react with NOM to form disinfection byproducts (DBPs) linked to increased cancer risk.
(239) As with the Green Agenda and its emphasis on DBPs, the Blue Agenda can at times conflict with the Red Agenda.
Critical considerations include partial reduction of total dissolved solids (TDS), multiple barriers for trace organics and pathogens, and reduction of total organic carbon (TOC) to control the formation of disinfection byproducts (DBPs) during distribution.
Those chemicals can combine with microscopic residues in the water (from decomposed leaves, for example) to form DBPs.