The mean percentage of pellitorine of the applied dose solution permeated through the skin versus time, is visually presented in Fig.
What does DAPP stand for?
DAPP stands for Applied Dose
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We have 18 other meanings of DAPP in our Acronym Attic
- Dansyl Analogue of Propranolol
- Dayton Area Professional Network (Dayton, OH)
- Direction de l'Administration de la Police Nationale (French: Directorate of Administration of the National Police)
- Deterministic Adaptive Prioritized Network Access Delay
- Deep Attack Program Office
- Diamond Aircraft Pilots' Organization
- Digital Advance Production Order
- Direction des Approvisionnements de la Poste (French: Directorate of Supply of the Post)
- Division of Adult Parole Operations (California corrections)
- Depression, Anxiety and Positive Outlook Scale
- Data Acquisition and Processing Program (later DMSP)
- Defense Acquisition Pilot Program
- Departamento de Avaliação Prospectiva e Planeamento (Ministério da Educação, Portugal)
- Dermatite par Allergie aux Piqûres de Puces (French: Dermatitis by Allergy to Flea Bites)
- Development Aid from People to People
- Dimensional Assessment of Personality Pathology
- Distemper, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus (veterinary medicine)
- Division Académique des Pensions et des Prestations (French: Academic Division of Pensions and Benefits)
- Dual A Posteriori Probability
- Dimensional Assessment of Personality Pathology-Basic Questionnaire
Samples in periodicals archive:
Vitamin E was found to be effective in reducing the disease activity of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, was safe in the applied dose and did not lead to side effects such as weight gain.
A number of systems for adjusting the applied dose of plant protection products according to orchard structure have been developed in the past decades.
In CR, the displayed image density is automatically adjusted by system image processing, independently of the applied dose.
If, however, the applied dose is sizable or large, that is, [r.
Skin penetration of ENT-103, expressed as the total amount of radioactivity present in the receptor fluid samples following the 24-hour exposure period, was in excess of 20% of the applied dose.
DEET is absorbed through the skin; an estimated 9%-56% of a topically applied dose is absorbed by the body within 6 hours, with a peak level reached within 1 hour.
The data show efficient delivery of the applied dose of insulin and demonstrate favorable pharmacodynamics of transdermal insulin delivery when compared to a subcutaneous injection of a long-acting insulin analog.