PDG

(redirected from Phenyldiguanide)
AcronymDefinition
PDGPrésident Directeur Général (CEO)
PDGParticle Data Group
PDGProduct Development Group
PDGPatrouille Des Glaciers (Swiss Army ski race)
PDGPast District Governor
PDGPresidente Director General (Spanish: President and Director General)
PDGPizza Delivery Guy
PDGPrint Descriptor Group
PDGParti Democratique Gabonais (Gabonese Democratic Party)
PDGProgram Dependence Graph
PDGPlanning Delivery Grant (UK)
PDGPharmaNet Development Group (Princeton, NJ)
PDGPartnership Development Group (various organizations)
PDGPermanent Downhole Gauge (also seen as PDHG)
PDGPacket Data Gateway
PDGParti Democratique de Guinee (French: Democratic Party of Guinea)
PDGPartnership for Democratic Governance (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
PDGPinnacle Development Group (various organizations)
PDGPiranha Designs Gibraltar (web design)
PDGPretty Damn Good
PDGPolarization Dependent Gain
PDGProfessional Development Guide
PDGPrograma de Desarrollo Gerencial (Spanish: Management Development Program; various locations)
PDGPasion de Gavilane (Spanish: Passion of Hawks; Colombian soap opera)
PDGPregnanediol-3-Glucuronide (biochemistry)
PDGProgrammable Display Generator
PDGPositional Data Graphic (US DoD)
PDGPhilosophy Discussion Group (various locations)
PDGPaint Depth Gauge
PDGPadang, Indonesia - Tabing (Airport Code)
PDGProject Development Guide (Sprint)
PDGPrise Design Group (Eugene, OR)
PDGProcedure Dependence Graph
PDGPhenyldiguanide (c-fiber agonist)
PDGPeople's Democratic Group
PDGPerformance & Development Guide
PDGProspect Dance Group (Charlottesville, VA)
PDGProgram Decision Group
PDGPrecision Drop Glider
References in periodicals archive ?
Jacobs and Comroe [3] demonstrated that injections of 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) or the selective 5-HT3 receptor agonist, phenyldiguanide, into the common carotid artery (CCA) of cats elicited rapid falls in arterial blood pressure and heart rate which were prevented by ligation of the occipital arteries (OAs).
Comroe Jr., "Reflex apnea, bradycardia, and hypotension produced by serotonin and phenyldiguanide acting on thenodoseganglia of thecat," Circulation Research, vol.