DMP

(redirected from Dimethylphosphate)
AcronymDefinition
DMPData Management Platform (software)
DMPDebt Management Plan
DMPDefining Moments Pack
DMPDossier Médical Personnel (France)
DMPDebt Management Program
DMPDigital Monitoring Products (alarm panel manufacturer)
DMPDigital Media Port (Sony)
DMPDrm Music Player
DMPData Muxponder
DMPDynamic Mail Processor
DMPDump File
DMPDevice Management Protocol
DMPDigital Media Player
DMPDataradio Multiplex Protocol
DMPData Movement Processor
DMPDigital Motion Player
DMPDynamic Multi Pathing
DMPDigital Music Player
DMPDigital Movie Producer
DMPDockable Media Player
DMPDigital Media Production
DMPDhaka Metropolitan Police (Bangladesh)
DMPDry Matter Production
DMPDot Matrix Printer
DMPDecision Making Process (marketing)
DMPDual Music Player
DMPDossier Médical Partagé (French: Shared Medical Record)
DMPDesignated Mailer Protocol
DMPDisease Management Program
DMPDevelopment Management Process (UK)
DMPDefiance Metal Products (Ohio)
DMPDowntown Master Plan (various locations)
DMPDigital Media Project
DMPDevelopment Master Plan (various organizations)
DMPDestination Marketing Program (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
DMPData Management Plan
DMPDigital Mp3 Player
DMPDefault Management Process
DMPDisaster Management Plan
DMPDiscovery and Monitoring Plan
DMPDimethylphthalate
DMPDigital Music Products
DMPDess-Martin Periodinane (reagent)
DMPDimethylphosphate
DMPDouble Match Point (backgammon)
DMPDepot Modernization Period (US Navy)
DMPDeclarative Meta-Programming
DMPDesert Margins Program
DMPDual Masters Program (various schools)
DMPDirty Mo Posse
DMPDisaster Management Program
DMPDockside Monitoring Program
DMPDawn M. Photography (Chicago, IL)
DMPDigital Matte Painting (artwork)
DMPDoctor of Podiatric Medicine
DMPDirect Material Productivity
DMPDispositif et Moyen Particulier (French: Private Means Devices; energy industry)
DMPDynamic Multiple Parity (disk array)
DMPData Management Processor
DMPDetection Monitoring Program
DMPDisarmed Military Personnel (US Navy)
DMPDomestic Monitoring Program
DMPDoug Means Project (band)
DMPDouble Meat Palace (fictional restaurant; Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV series)
DMPDisaster Mitigation Preparedness
DMPDocument Merge Processing
DMPDuelmasterp (EverythingX, gaming)
DMPDesign Master Plan
DMPDatabase Management Processor
DMPDepot Maintenance Period
DMPDeployment and Maintenance Platform
DMPDocument Management Plan (UK MoD)
DMPDaily Maintenance Pack
DMPDownlink Measurement Protocol
DMPDistributed Multimedia Plays (television)
DMPDecision Making Person
DMPDesignated Medical Practioner (Canadian doctor who examines immigrants)
DMPDon Meier Productions
DMPDirector, Military Programs
DMPDepot Maintenance Program
DMPDominant Movement Pattern (gymnastics)
DMPDouble Movable Pulley
DMPDisk-storage Management Program
DMPDeparture Metering Program (US FAA)
DMPDynamic Multi-Pathing
References in periodicals archive ?
Detection frequency ranges for the individual DEs (sum of diethylphosphate, diethylthiophosphate, and diethyldithiophosphate metabolites) at 13 weeks were 45-55%, DEs at 26 weeks were 25-99%, DMs (sum of dimethylphosphate, dimethylthiophosphate, dimethyldithiophosphate metabolites) at 13 weeks were 51-65% and DMs at 26 weeks were 5-99%.
Concentrations were summed to obtain overall concentrations of diethylphosphate metabolites (DE; sum of DEP, DETP, and DEDTP), dimethylphosphate metabolites (DM; sum of DMP, DMTP, and DMDTP), and all six nonspecific dialkylphosphate metabolites.
% [greater than or equal to] LOQ OP metabolites or LOD (a) p10 p25 Maternal urine samples Dialkylphosphates 91.3 2.3 14.5 Dimethylphosphates 89.6 < LOQ 10.5 Diethylphosphates 49.8 < LOQ < LOQ Children's urine samples (at age 6 years) Dialkylphosphates 79.2 < LOD 1.8 Dimethylphosphates 60.6 < LOD < LOD Diethylphosphates 52.8 < LOD < LOD OP metabolites p50 p75 p90 Maternal urine samples Dialkylphosphates 43.9 85.6 151.2 Dimethylphosphates 34.3 71.9 115.5 Diethylphosphates < LOQ 13.2 36.2 Children's urine samples (at age 6 years) Dialkylphosphates 11.3 34.1 120.6 Dimethylphosphates 3.0 19.9 65.0 Diethylphosphates 0.8 12.1 28.9 p, percentile.
Frequencies of detection (F0Ds) decreased for all six metabolites (< 50% reduction); on average, median and 95th percentile concentrations and FODs showed a larger decrease in diethyl-phosphate metabolites than dimethylphosphate metabolites.
On average, median and 95th percentile concentrations and FODs showed a larger decrease in diethylphosphate metabolites than dimethylphosphate metabolites.
(2011) recently published urinary DAP metabolite concentrations, specifically those of dimethylphosphate (DMP), dimethylthiophosphate (DMTP), dimethyl-dithiophosphate (DMDTP), diethylphosphate (DEP), diethylthiophosphate (DETP), and diethyldirhiophosphate (DEDTP), among 2,874 adults 20-59 years of age from the general U.S.
In later childhood, increasing prenatal total dialkyl- and dimethylphosphate metabolites were associated with decrements in perceptual reasoning in those with the maternal PONl Q192R QQ genotype.
In later childhood, increasing prenatal total dialkyl- and dimethylphosphate metabolites were associated with decrements in perceptual reasoning in the maternal PON1 Q192R QQ genotype, which imparts slow catalytic activity for chlorpyrifos oxon, with a monotonic trend consistent with greater decrements with increasing prenatal exposure.
Diethyl- and dimethylphosphate metabolites were summed (as micromoles per liter) to obtain total diethylphosphate metabolites ([SIGMA]DEP) and total dimethylphosphate metabolites ([SIGMA]DMP), and total dialkylphosphate levels ([SIGMA]DAP).
We measured six DAP metabolites in maternal and child urine: a) three dimethyl phosphate (DM) metabolites (dimethylphosphate, dimethylthiophosphate, dimethyldithiophosphate), representing breakdown of O,O-dimethylsubstituted OP pesticides such as malathion, oxydemeton-methyl, and dimethoate, and b) three diethyl phosphate (DE) metabolites (diethylphosphate, diethylthiophosphate, and diethyldithiophosphate) derived from O,O-diethyl-substituted OP pesticides such as chlorpyrifos and diazinon (Bradman et al.
2002) for six DAP metabolites: three DMs (dimethylphosphate, dimethylthiophosphate, dimethyldithiophosphate) and three DEs (diethylphosphate, diethylthiophosphate, and diethyldithiophosphate) (Bradman et al.
Analytes included major organophosphate breakdown products that occur in urine: three dimethylphosphate metabolites (dimethylphosphate, dimethyldithiophosphate, and dimethylthiophosphate) and three diethylphosphate metabolites (diethylphosphate, diethyldithiophosphate, and diethylthiophosphate).