DNP

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AcronymDefinition
DNPDoctor of Nursing Practice
DNPDivision of Nuclear Physics
DNPDepartamento Nacional de Planeación (Colombia)
DNPDid Not Play
DNPDistributed Network Protocol
DNPDid Not Place (various competitions)
DNPDenali National Park
DNPDartmoor National Park (UK)
DNPDuty Not Paid (black market, smuggling cigarettes)
DNPDo Not Populate
DNPDisconnect for Non Payment
DNPDual Net Processor
DNPDynamic Network Planning
DNPDialed Number Preferred (4ESS)
DNPDumb Nerds Productions
DNPDynamic Nano-Platforms
DNPDemocracy Network Program
DNPDead Net Price
DNPDinitrophenol
DNPDemnet Program (Macedonia)
DNPDamn Near Perfect
DNPDisarmament and Non-Proliferation (UN)
DNPDai Nippon Printing (Japan)
DNPDo Not Print
DNPDynamic Nuclear Polarization
DNPDivision of Nature Preserves (Indiana Department of Natural Resources)
DNPDeoxyribonucleoprotein
DNPDemocratisch Nationaal Platform (Democratic National Platform, Suriname)
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A possible reason for this phenomenon is the significant UV-absorptivity of dinitrophenol at [lambda] = 254 nm, which diminishes the part of UV radiation absorbed by ozone for [OH.
The pills were being tested but they are believed to include a quantity of dinitrophenol, also known as DNP.
The 21-year-old, who was obsessed with losing weight and had battled for years with an eating disorder, took a lethal dose of unlicensed slimming tablets containing Dinitrophenol (DNP) - a substance normally used in explosives, pesticides and dyes.
The Health Products Regulatory Authority and gardai have launched an investigation into the suspected consumption of a product which contained Dinitrophenol.
Known as DNP, or 2,4, Dinitrophenol is used as a pesticide and can cause rapid weight loss.
Bush and Rechnitz [4] used an electrochemical transducer with a membrane-encapsulated antibody indicator system to quantitate dinitrophenol.
Yes, DNP, or dinitrophenol, was originally used for the manufacture of munitions during the First World War in France.
Oligonucleotide labeling [biotin, dinitrophenol (DNP)] was done as previously described [16].
It is believed that the pills she took contained dinitrophenol, known as DNP, an industrial chemical.
Speaking after hearing how her daughter sent a "heartbreaking" text saying she knew she was dying, Fiona Parry called for tighter controls of on-line sales of dinitrophenol (DNP).