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RTPReal-Time Transport Protocol (digital switched telephony)
RTPResearch Triangle Park (Raleigh-Durham, NC, USA)
RTPRegional Transportation Plan
RTPReal-Time Protocol
RTPReturn to Player (casino gambling)
RTPRequest to Participate (various organizations)
RTPResponsibility to Protect (international theory)
RTPRecreational Trails Program
RTPResistive Touch Panel
RTPResearch Training Program (various organizations)
RTPResidential Treatment Program (various organizations)
RTPRight to Play (Canada)
RTPRealtime Transport Protocol
RTPReal Time Priority
RTPReal Time Protocol
RTPRiva Tuner Preset
RTPRapid Transport Protocol
RTPRouting Table Protocol
RTPReal Time Protection
RTPReconfigurable Transputer Processor
RTPReal Time Pricing
RTPReal Time Process
RTPRegistered Testing Pool (doping)
RTPRapid Transit Project (various locations)
RTPRádio Televisão Portuguesa
RTPReal-Time Pricing (utility industry)
RTPReliable Transport Protocol
RTPRun-Time Package
RTPReserve Tranche Position (International Monetary Fund)
RTPReturn to Provider
RTPRapid Transport Protocol (IBM)
RTPRapid Thermal Process(ing)
RTPRadiation Therapy Planning
RTPRegulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology (journal)
RTPRoyal Thai Police
RTPRoger Tym & Partners (UK)
RTPRegional Transportation Program
RTPReady to Print (publishing)
RTPRequired to Prove (mathematics)
RTPReappointment, Tenure, and Promotion
RTPResearch Technology Park (various locations)
RTPRound the Pole (model aircraft flying)
RTPRelease to Production
RTPRadio Telephony
RTPRoom Temperature and Pressure (chemistry)
RTPRegional Training Program (IMF)
RTPRoom Temperature Phosphorescence
RTPRegistered Traveler Program
RTPReal-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (also seen as RTPC)
RTPRouting Update Protocol (Vines)
RTPResearch and Technology Protection (industrial security)
RTPReduced to Pole (magnetics)
RTPRegional Temperature and Precipitation
RTPRisk Treatment Plan (information security)
RTPResponsible Tourism Policy (various locations)
RTPRegional Transformation Programme
RTPRandom Trio Productions (record label)
RTPRegents' Testing Program (Georgia)
RTPRequest To Purchase
RTPRead the Prospectus
RTPReThink Paper (Earth Island Institute, San Francisco, CA)
RTPReady to Pour (food product)
RTPRemember the Putties (band)
RTPRequest To Pay
RTPReturn to Production (oil industry; various companies)
RTPRequest for Technical Proposal
RTPResilient Telco Platform
RTPResource Thread Pattern
RTPReel-Tension Paster (newspaper production)
RTPRacer's Theoretical Performance
RTPReliable Transfer Protocol (less common)
RTPReturn to Pivot
RTPRed Tart Pitted (cherries)
RTPRegional Tourism Program (Australia)
RTPReal-Time Payment
RTPReverse Trendelenburg Position (surgical position)
RTPReturn to Port
RTPReinforced Thermo-Plastic
RTPRemains To Prove (mathematics)
RTPRound Table Pizza, Inc.
RTPRemote Terminal Processor (AN/FSC-78B SATCOM terminal)
RTPRelative Time Processor
RTPRail Transfer Point (transit)
RTPReply to Poster (newsgroups/mailing lists)
RTPRemote Test Package
RTPReal-Time Transmission Period
RTPRemote Test Port (Hekimian)
RTPRéveille Ta Planète (French: Wake Your Planet)
RTPRadioisotope Thermoelectric Power
RTPRemote Tape Processor
RTPRequirement & Test Procedure
RTPRegional Tourism Programme (Australia)
RTPReturn to Pier
RTPRisk Transfer Process
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Members of Cardno ChemRisk recently published an article in Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology journal, entitled Best-practices approach to determination of blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at specific time points: Combination of ante-mortem alcohol pharmacokinetic modeling and post-mortem alcohol generation and transport considerations.
Her work has been published in scientific journals including Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology.
Pharmaceuticals: A European assessment of drug research practices published in Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology has found that acute toxicity tests on animals are unnecessary.
He presently serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology and the EHP Toxicogenomics section.
Smith addressed the attendees of a conference organized by the International Society of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology on June 20, 2002.
But editors of a new review of the adverse effects of chlorinated compounds - funded by the chlorine industry and just issued as a 1,050-page supplement to the August Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology - seek to polish chlorine's tarnished image.
just published in Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, the official journal of the International Society of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology.
The paper, published in the April issue of the peer-reviewed journal Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, was co-authored by CRN scientists John Hathcock, PhD, and Andrew Shao, PhD.