DHR

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AcronymDefinition
DHRDe Heer (Dutch: Mister)
DHRDepartment of Human Resources
DHRDepartment of Historic Resources (Virginia)
DHRDirector of Human Resources
DHRDihydrorhodamine
DHRDevice History Record
DHRDecay Heat Removal
DHRDigital Hardcore Records (record label)
DHRDigital Health Record
DHRDesign History Record
DHRDanaher Motion Saro, AB
DHRForeningen for Kortvuxna (Association for People of Short Stature in Sweden)
DHRDong Hae Industrial Company (South Korea)
DHRDéveloppement des Hommes et de Leurs Ressources (French: Development of Women and Their Resources)
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Keywords: Chronic granulomatous disease, Perirectal abscess, Nitrotetrazolium, Dihydrorhodamine.
Crow, "Dichlorodihydrofluorescein and dihydrorhodamine 123 are sensitive indicators of peroxynitrite in vitro: implications for intracellular measurement of reactive nitrogen and oxygen species," Nitric Oxide--Biology and Chemistry, vol.
production and dihydrorhodamine 123 (DHR) is oxidised by the neutrophil reactive oxygen species (ROS) to rhodamine 123 (RHO) releasing a fluorescent green signal which can be measured by flow cytometry.
Mitochondrial generation of ROS was determined spectrofluorometricaily by using the fluorescent dye Dihydrorhodamine (DHR 123) (Fukushima et al.
5 [micro]g/mL dihydrorhodamine 123 (DHR123), which was converted to rhodamine fluorescent dye by oxidation.
After finishing the insult period, exposure medium was replaced by phosphate buffered saline (PBS) containing 10 [micro]M 123 dihydrorhodamine (123 DHR) 123 (Molecular Probes Inc.
Stimuli-induced ROM formation of her neutrophils was tested with dihydrorhodamine 123[Phago-Burst; Orpegen; see Ref.
In AMs, the October coarse PM was the most potent stimulator for IL-6 release, whereas the July PM consistently stimulated the highest ROS production measured by dichlorofluorescein acetate and dihydrorhodamine 123 (DHR).
Radical formation was measured at 37[degrees]C by conversion of dihydrorhodamine 123 to rhodamine 123 as a fluorogenic substrate (26, 27).
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