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PLPProgressive Liberal Party (Bahamas)
PLPProgressive Labour Party (various countries)
PLPPyridoxal Phosphate (aminotransferase coenzyme)
PLPProteolipid Protein
PLPProfesseur de Lycée Professionnel (French: Professional High School Teacher)
PLPPeace and Liberation Party (Sierra Leone)
PLPPreformed Line Products (Cleveland, OH)
PLPParliamentary Labour Party (UK)
PLPPersonal Learning Plan (Australia)
PLPPersonalized Learning Plan
PLPPhantom Limb Pain
PLPProgressive Labor Party
PLPPlant Pathology
PLPPhysical Layer Protocol
PLPProcess Logic Paths
PLPPipeline Pointer
PLPParallel Logic Programming
PLPPersonal Laser Printer
PLPProgrammable Lookup Processor
PLPPipeline Parallelism
PLPPreference Logic Programming
PLPPacket Layer Protocol
PLPPacket Loss Probability
PLPPreferred Lenders Program (SBA delegates loan approval, closing, and most servicing to these lenders)
PLPPeople's Liberation Party (gaming)
PLPPersonalized License Plate
PLPParent Linking Program (New Jersey)
PLPPacket Level Protocol
PLPPi Lambda Phi (fraternity)
PLPProduct Line Practice
PLPPresent Levels of Performance (education)
PLPPresentation Level Protocol
PLPPersonal Learning Path
PLPParliamentary Labor Party (Australia)
PLPPeriodate Lysine Paraformaldehyde
PLPPerceptual Linear Predictive (analysis)
PLPPeople's Labor Party (Papua New Guinea)
PLPProduct Line Profitability
PLPPersonal License Password
PLPParking Lot Practice (motorcycle riding program)
PLPProgressive Liberator Party (Guatemala)
PLPPrivate Label Product
PLPPrimary Leadership Programme (UK)
PLPProteolipid Protein, Myelin
PLPPeer Lending Program
PLPProject Lifecycle Process (various companies)
PLPPapers in Laboratory Phonology (Cambridge University; UK)
PLPPremier Lodging Program (US government)
PLPPyrotechnic Lap Pretensioner (seatbelts)
PLPParty Line Protocol
PLPPreserve Life, Limit the Effects, Promote recovery (goals of first responders)
PLPPrivate Label Partners, Inc. (Elmont, NY)
PLPPower Law Process (reliability)
PLPPerformance Level Percentage
PLPPamantasan Ng Lungsod Ng Pasay (University of the City of Pasig, Philippines)
PLPPublic Leaning Post
PLPPiridossalfosfato (Italian)
PLPPremium Licensing Program (Citrix)
PLPPreferred Legal Plan (Miami, FL)
PLPPersonal Leaning Post
PLPPattern Learning Parser
PLPPoopy Loopy Pipes (slang for network congestion)
PLPPitch Lock Pin
PLPPeople Loving People (Trail, BC, Canada)
PLPPlatonic Life Partners
PLPPrecision Learning Program (PTC)
PLPPerlpage (Perl-in-HTML embedder)
PLPPower Limits Program
PLPPre-mobilization Legal Preparation
PLPParametric Linear Pulse
PLPPositive Launch Procedures
PLPPermanent Life Partner
PLPPropagation Loss Profiles
PLPPixel-Level Precision
PLPPulse Level Processor
PLPProject Level Productivity
PLPPrivate Leaning Post
PLPProgramming Language Paradigm (computer science)
PLPParkari Literacy Project (Parkari Community Development Programme; Pakistan)
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If liver disease was the cause of her AST increase, the only possible explanation could be that the AST method included supplemented pyridoxal phosphate and the ALT method did not.
However, B(6) vitamers were most effective at preventing oxidative stress or lipid peroxidation cytotoxicity suggesting that pyridoxal or pyridoxal phosphate were antioxidants and/or Fe/Cu chelators.
Plasma pyridoxal phosphate and pyridoxic acid and their relationship to plasma homocysteine in a representative sample of British men and women aged 65 years and over.
Vitamins in food and urine samples were determined microbiologically and plasma pyridoxal phosphate by a tyrosine apodecarboxylase radioassay method.
Urinary 4pyridoxic acid, urinary vitamin B6 and plasma pyridoxal phosphate as measures of vitamin B6 status and dietary intake of adults.
To determine the specificity of the PLP enzymatic assay, apo-rHCYase was first incubated with pyridoxal phosphate, pyridoxal, pyridoxamine, and pyridoxine, each at a concentration of 100 nmol/L.
(35) found evidence of a moderate seasonal variation in plasma pyridoxal phosphate (vitamin [B.sub.6]) concentrations, with the lowest values occurring in winter (January to March) and the highest in summer (July to September).
For each sample or calibrator, we added 30 [micro]L of rHCYase (0.05 g/L), the equivalent to 0.1 U, in 40 mmol/L potassium phosphate buffer containing 20 [micro]mol/L pyridoxal phosphate to one well.