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EPOErythropoietin (endurance drug)
EPOEuropean Patent Office
EPOEvening Primrose Oil
EPOePolicy Orchestrator (McAfee)
EPOEmergency Power Off
EPOEntwicklungspolitik Online
EPOEducation and Public Outreach (office)
EPOExclusive Provider Organization
EPOEuropean Patent Organisation
EPOEsperanto (ISO Language Code)
EPOEastern Pacific Ocean
EPOElectronic Policy Orchestrator
EPOEntry Point Obscuring
EPOEnterprise Performance Optimization
EPOElement Project Office
EPOEosinophil Peroxidase
EPOEarly Payoff
EPOEmergency Protective Order
EPOEvansville Philharmonic Orchestra
EPOEpidemiology Program Office (US CDC)
EPOEnvironmental Planning Officer (Falkland Islands)
EPOEconomic Policy Office
EPOEngineering Process Outsourcing
EPOEmergency Preparedness Office
EPOEnterprise Profit Optimization (Manugistics Group, Inc.)
EPOEnvironmental, Population and Organismic (various schools)
EPOExtruded Polyolefin (styrofoam)
EPOEnvironmental Protection Operations (Canada)
EPOEnvironmental Protection Order
EPOEducation Process Outsourcing
EPOElectronic Purchase Order
EPOExpanded Polyolefin (structural composites foam material)
EPOEducation Programs Office
EPOEarthnet Programme Office
EPOEnterprise Program Office (project management)
EPOEmployee Process Outsourcing
EPOElliniki Podosfairiki Omospondia (Greek Football Federation)
EPOEtobicoke Philharmonic Orchestra
EPOEnvironmental Protection Organization
EPOEngineering Petty Officer (US Coast Guard)
EPOError Performance Objectives
EPOExamination Procedure Outline
EPOEstuarine Programs Office
EPOEuropean Philharmonic Orchestra
EPOEnlisted Programs Officer (US DoD)
EPOElectronic Philharmonic Orchestra
EPOEastern Philharmonic Orchestra
EPOEngine Propeller Order
EPOEquivalent Phase Object
EPOEOS Project Office
EPOErie Philharmonic Orchestra
EPOEnd-Point-Object
EPOEuropean Postman Organisation
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In response, FIFA and European governing body UEFA, who demand autonomy for their member federations, threatened to suspend Greece due to government interference in EPO affairs.
* Recombinant human EPO treatment in EPO-induced polycythemia and curcumin + EPO-induced polycythemia groups: Animals received three subcutaneous injections weekly of EPO (300 IU/kg) (SEDICO, Egypt).
Bashir expressed the resolve of continuing operation against the violators and polluters till implementation of the EPO in letter and spirit.
marble units were sealed due to non-compliance of EPOs
Physicians who use EPO to treat anemia might blanch at the doses of EPO administered to improve cognitive impairments in patients with affective disorders.
- Currently, Anemia therapeutics (Cancer and HIV treatment) market leads the overall EPO drugs market; however, kidney therapeutic segment would emerge as the largest market segment by 2020
As shown in Table 2, the calculated the solubility parameter of 1:1, 2:1, and 1:2 (wt/wt) of PEG and EPO hybrid plasticizers was close to that of PLA, which indicated that they should be miscible and an efficient plasticizer for PLA.
Although Epo stimulates the proliferation of erythroid precursor cells,7 adequate iron store is important for management of iron deficiency8 and for inducing res-ponse to Epo.9 Serum iron levels depend on the intes-tinal absorption, transport capacity in the blood and recycling of iron released from phagocytosed erythro-cytes, where most of iron used for normal erythropoiesis is derived from the recycled iron.10
The patients in the EPO group were treated with common medical therapies and CABG plus an intravenous infusion of 700 IU/kg of EPO (PD Poietin, Puyesh Daroo Olfactory, Iran), exactly 5 minutes after the termination of cross-clamp at the start of reperfusion.
Saugy said: "The answer to the question of whether I gave Lance Armstrong the key to circumvent EPO tests is clearly no.
Patent searching and patent classification are two areas where the USPTO and EPO can gain efficiency by eliminating redundant work.
A team of Swiss researchers found that when a hormone in the brain, erythropoietin (Epo), was elevated in mice, they were more motivated to exercise.