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LRVLos Roques, Venezuela
LRVLight-Rail Vehicle
LRVLight Recreational Vehicle
LRVLuxury Recreational Vehicle
LRVLeisure Recreational Vehicle
LRVLunar Roving Vehicle
LRVLight Reconnaissance Vehicle (gaming)
LRVLog Reduction Value (filtration)
LRVLog Removal Value (US EPA)
LRVLeague of Rural Voters (est. 1985)
LRVLaunch Readines Verification (US NASA)
LRVLower Range Value
LRVLenticular Reentry Vehicle
LRVLoisirs Rixheim Vélos (French cycling club; Rixheim, France)
LRVLowest Relative Value
LRVLeaf Roll Virus
LRVLight Reflectivity Value
LRVLight Recovery Vehicle
LRVLiquid Reactor Vessel
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* A log reduction value of seven or greater for bacteria, viruses, and particles (down to 3 nanometers) to improve product and process integrity.
The log reduction value among the membranes was different (ANOVA, [alpha] 0.05, P=0.000).
A 0.2-mm sterilizing-grade filter with a log reduction value of 7 with B.diminuta should be utilized as a final filter.
Total challenge (cfu) cfu/[cm.sup.2] EFA 25G0166A 3.2 X [10.sup.11] 5.1 X [10.sup.7] 25G0167A 5.2 X [10.sup.11] 8.3 X [10.sup.7] 25G0168A 1.5 X [10.sup.11] 2.4 X [10.sup.7] Concentration Log Reduction Value (LRV) of A.
5a, 5b and 5c, the slightly higher log reduction values at lower and higher values of temperature depict the possible additional stress of temperature on HPC microorganisms along with the phytochemical thymol.
This allows LEDs to be positioned very close to a target surface--a major advantage in heat sensitive healthcare applications--all while delivering improved log reduction values in less time.
SABIC's nine new antimicrobial compounds featuring silver technology have been tested for log reduction values - the level of microbes eliminated from a surface - according to the ISO 22196-2007 protocol.
BCR-ABL1 to BCR ratios and log reduction values for clinical specimens and controls are determined using a standard curve generated from complementary DNA dilutions derived from a cell line.