MPN


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MPNMaster Promissory Note
MPNMost Probable Number (microbiology method)
MPNMedical Provider Network
MPNMicrosoft Partner Network (business community)
MPNMobil Producing Nigeria
MPNMicrosoft Passport Network
MPNMulti Protocol Network
MPNMinority Professional Network (Atlanta, GA)
MPNMennonite Publishing Network
MPNManufacturer's Part Number
MPNMyeloproliferative Neoplasm
MPNMolex Premise Network (various locations)
MPNMilitary Personnel, Navy
MPNMaximum Possible Number (EPA)
MPNMore Productive Now! (blog)
MPNManaged Private Network
MPNMissouri Political News
MPNMode Partition Noise
MPNMSE Packet Network
MPNMobile Private Network
MPNMean Probable Number
MPNMilitary Pay, Navy
MPNMature Professionals Network
MPNModulatory Proctolin Neuron
MPNManagement Professional Network (IEEE)
MPNModular Personal Network (Celume)
MPNMission Packet-Switch Network
MPNMobility Position Number
MPNMessage Packet Network
MPNMcCulloch-Pitts Neural Model
MPNMessaging Pipeline Newsletter (web newsletter)
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In recreational waters, if fecal coliform exceeds MPN 200 CFU 100 [mL.sup.-1] sample during the summer months, or MPN 1100 CFU 100 [mL.sup.-1] sample during the winter months, the waters are banned from use (McCallister 2014).
Now, the FDA requires no more than two of five samples exceed the 10 MPN per gram standard for non-toxigenic E.
MPN's JVs with NNPC operate over 25 offshore fields in the Gulf of Guinea close to the waters of Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon and the islands of Sao Tome & Principe, with some fields found by Mobil and Elf having been the subject of disputes between Nigeria and these countries.
Mean values and standard deviation of the microbiological analysis of total count of heterotrophic bacteria quantified in colony forming units (CFU), ammonia-oxidizing bacteria (AOB) and nitrite-oxidizing bacteria (NiOB) quantified in most probable number (MPN) of water in the cultivation of marine shrimp L.
aureus in the samples; (2) the bacterial density or the Most Probable Number (MPN) of E.
Myeloproliferative neoplasm (MPN) is caused by class I mutations
MPN minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) was above 16 xg/mL, but the strain was susceptible to TIG (MIC = 1 [micro]g/mL), POL B (MIC < 0.5 [micro]g/mL) and gentamicin (MIC = 4 [micro]g/mL).
MPN genetic studies resulted after completion of induction chemotherapy and revealed JAK2-V617F mutation.
In 2001, World Health Organization (WHO) described the term chronic myelo- proliferative diseases (CMPD), which was replaced by term myelo-proliferative neoplasm (MPN) in 2008 by WHO2.
The fish/preservative treatments and microbiological data (MPN and CFU) from the three fish-landing beaches (Dunga, Luanda Rombo and Sirongo) and three markets (Kisumu municipality, Luanda and Bondo) were used in the final results presentation and statistical analyses.
Sonuc: W515L/K mutasyon JAK-2 V617F negatif olan veya Ph kromozomuna sahip olmayan MPN hastalarinda klonalitenin saptanmasinda yardimci olabilir.
La proscripcion del peronismo, la division del radicalismo, entre otras cuestiones, llevaron a la emergencia de nuevos partidos como la Union Popular o el MPN. Este ultimo surgio en los anos de la ruptura institucional (1955) y de tensiones en los partidos politicos nacionales (UCRI-UCRP), en un espacio extrapampeano donde los sentimientos localistas eran mas fuertes--por las etapas previas y la interpelacion que algunos dirigentes hicieron de ese pasado-; situacion que permitio la emergencia de la fuerza politica con orientacion modernizadora.