PUHR

AcronymDefinition
PUHRPartnership for Urban Health Research (Georgia State University)
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C Bopp, M Lynch, K Moore, J Painter, N Puhr, P Yu, Div of Foodborne, Bacterial, and Mycotic Diseases, National Center for Zoonotic, Vector-Borne, and Enteric Diseases (proposed), CDC.
Baking formulations are known that will produce good quality bread products using up to 60% durum flour of presently grown strong gluten cultivars (Hareland and Puhr, 1998).
For more information, contact Robert Puhr of Andritz by email at: robert.puhr@andritz.com
Monarchi and Puhr [1992] distinguish a number of features of the process and notation of object-oriented methods and then tabulate for each of 23 methods whether these features occur in the method.
35-47), David Monarchi and Gretchen Puhr compare several methods for object-oriented analysis and design, including the Shlaer-Mellor method.
Spokesman Susan Puhr of Borden Inc., Columbus, Ohio, says the company's Sugar-Free Wyler's soft drink mix with NutraSweet, and its Lite Line drink mixes with aspartame, are both "going great guns." She points out that none of Borden's Lite Line items--with the exception of its cheeses--are positioned as "dietetic." New Lite Line intros last year also included cheese curls, tortilla chips and potato chips and three additional cheeses, Low Cholesterol, Sodium-lite and Reduced Sodium.
Boss, M., Fenz, G., Krenn, G., Pann, J., Puhr, C., Scheiber, T., Schmitz, S.
Puhr et al, in another study in the USA found 17% isolates were MDRST (19) shows S.
(28.) Snyder JD, Wells JG, Yashuk J, Puhr N, Blake PA.
[14] COOK, K.; DOBBS, T.; HLADY, W.; WELLS, J.; BARRETT, T.; PUHR, N.; LANCETTE, G.; BODAGER, D.; TOTH, B.; GENESE, C.; HIGHSMITH, A.; PILOT, K.; FINELLI, L.; SWERDLOW, D.
Ryan, C.A., Nickels, M.K., Hargrett-Bean, N.T., Potter, M.E., Endo, T., Mayer, L., Langkop, C.W, Gibson, C., McDonald, R.C., Kenney, R.T., Puhr, N.D., McDonnell, P.J., Martin, R.J., Cohen, M.L., & Blake, P.A.