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AFPAgence France-Presse (French press agency)
AFPAlpha Fetoprotein (hepatitis B test)
AFPAssociation for Financial Professionals
AFPAssociation of Fundraising Professionals
AFPArmed Forces of the Philippines
AFPAustralian Federal Police
AFPAcute Flaccid Paralysis (eradicating polio)
AFPAmerican Family Physician (journal)
AFPAdobe Flash Player (software)
AFPAdvanced Function Presentation (IBM)
AFPAlpha-Fetoprotein
AFPAmericans for Prosperity (Arlington, VA)
AFPAmerican Foreign Policy (various locations)
AFPAdvanced Function Printing
AFPAmerican Free Press (newspaper)
AFPAgriculture and Food Production (industry sector)
AFPAvian Flu Pandemic
AFPAmerican Forest Products (various locations)
AFPAdvanced Functional Programming (International School)
AFPAgent of a Foreign Power (national security)
AFPAtoms for Peace (Inderscience Publishers)
AFPAssociação Fonográfica Portuguesa (Portuguese: Portuguese Phonographic Association)
AFPAustralia First Party (political party)
AFPAmerica First Party (politics)
AFPAugusta Free Press (newspaper; Virginia)
AFPAlternative Financing and Procurement (Ontario, Canada)
AFPAustralian Family Physician (peer-reviewed journal, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners)
AFPApplication for Participation (various locations)
AFPAutomatic for the People (music album)
AFPAdobe File Share Protocol
AFPAdobe Flash Player
AFPAdvanced Function Presentation
AFPAppleTalk Filing Protocol
AFPAmerican Fighter Pilot (TV show)
AFPArt for Progress (New York, NY)
AFPAdvertiser Funded Programming (TV)
AFPAcademic and Financial Plan (various locations)
AFPAsset Forfeiture Program (US DOJ)
AFPAmerica's Funniest People (TV show)
AFPAssociation Française de Psychothérapie (French: French Psychotherapy Association)
AFPAgro Food Processing (Pakistan)
AFPAir Force Pamphlet
AFPAssociate Financial Planner
AFPAlliance for Full Participation (developmental disabilities)
AFPAsia Forest Partnership (Indonesia)
AFPalt.fan.pratchett (newsgroup)
AFPAlliance des Forces de Progrès (Alliance of the Forces of Progress, Senegal)
AFPArmed Forces Police
AFPAir Force Program
AFPAutomated Fiber Placement
AFPAir Force Plant
AFPAcademic Forensic Pathology
AFPArgentine Federal Police
AFPAffordable Housing Program
AFPAssociation Française des Polyarthritiques
AFPAdministradora de Fondo de Pensiones (Chile)
AFPArbeitsgemeinschaft für Demokratische Politik
AFPAccounting/Finance Professional
AFPAmerican Family Publishers
AFPAirspace Flow Program
AFPArc Fault Protection (electrical safety; various companies)
AFPAutomatic Frequency Planning (Cellular)
AFPArmed Forces Publication (US DoD)
AFPAutomated Function Prediction
AFPAnti-Freeze Protein
AFPAutomatic Fire Protection
AFPAssociation Française pour la Percussion (French: French Percussion Association)
AFPApproved Funding Program
AFPAir Force Publication (USAF)
AFPAlliance Française de Paris (French: French Alliance in Paris; Paris, France)
AFPAcademic Foundations Program (Grand Rapids Community College; Grand Rapids, MI)
AFPAdvanced Flexible Processor
AFPAssociate Field Professional (engineering)
AFPApplication for Payment
AFPAssociation of Forensic Physicians (UK)
AFPAward Fee Plan
AFPAssociation Française de Pyrotechnie (French: French Pyrotechnics Association; est. 1986)
AFPApplied Fluid Power (various locations)
AFPAccount Fund Profile
AFPAnnual Financial Plan
AFPAdventure Foundation of Pakistan (Islamabad, Pakistan)
AFPAtypical Face Pain (medical)
AFPActive FoxPro Page
AFPAssociate Fellow of Photography
AFPApproval for Full Production (Navy)
AFPAsymmetric Fabry-Perot
AFPApproval For Production
AFPAnnual Funding Program
AFPAway From Phone
AFPAssociation of Finnish Pharmacies
AFPAfloat Pre-Positioning Force
AFPApproved Financial Plan
AFPApproved Funding Plan
AFPAuxiliary Feedwater Pump
AFPAdapter Function and Parametric Data Interface
AFPAlternative Financing Products
AFPAllied Fuel Publication
AFPAtomic Fues Potential
AFPAdaptive Frequency Positioning
AFPAll-source Fusion Platoon
AFPAutomatic Fill Program
AFPAnnual Failure Percent
AFPArmy Functional Proponent
AFPAnnualized Failure Percent
AFPAxial Front Projection
AFPAdvanced Financial Programming and Policies (IMF)
AFPAfghan Frontier Post
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Ultrasound and serum alpha fetoprotein levels are currently the mainstay of screening.
Exclusion of the existence of embryonic tumors requires determination of serum levels of alpha fetoprotein and beta chorionic gonadotropin.
Women most likely to undergo amniocentesis after a positive expanded alpha fetoprotein (AFP) screen were non-Hispanic, aged 29-36 years, childless or primiparous, with no history of previous pregnancy loss, Kristin M.
The test involves measuring the amount of one or all three substances signifying pregnancy, such as alpha fetoprotein, in blood taken from a pregnant woman to determine the risk of giving birth to a fetus with Down's syndrome and other congenital birth defects.
Down's syndrome screening in multiple pregnancies using alpha fetoprotein and free beta hCG.
With the widespread use of testing a mother's blood for increased levels of alpha fetoprotein, now doctors can determine if a fetus suffers from spina bifida.
Li et al., "Hepatitis B virus X protein driven alpha fetoprotein expression to promote malignant behaviors of normal liver cells and hepatoma cells," Journal of Cancer, vol.
Elevated serum alpha fetoprotein levels promote pathological progression of hepatocellular carcinoma.
Liver transplantation should be offered to patients with small solitary hepatocellular carcinoma and a positive serum alpha fetoprotein rather thanresection.
PreeclampsiaScreen T1 is administered during the first trimester of pregnancy through a simple blood test to detect three biochemical markers in the mother's blood, namely pregnancy-associated plasma protein-A, placental growth factor and alpha fetoprotein.
Alternatively, a patient can opt for integrated screening, in which NT and PAPP-A are measured at 10-14 weeks, followed by the quad screen (serum alpha fetoprotein, hCG, unconjugated estriol, and inhibin A) at 15-16 weeks, and the results are given all at once as a single risk value; if the results are positive, amniocentesis is then offered to the patient.
In the article, authors Sharon Miller and Jeanne Isabel discussed things like amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling and alpha fetoprotein levels and neural tube defects and hCG -- hazy, abstract names to mothers, but important measurements to lab professionals.