The triglyceride concentration in this sample was 10 155 mg/dL (115 mmol/L), and the total cholesterol concentration was 877 mg/dL (23 mmol/L), with fasting reference concentrations being < 150 mg/dL (< 1.
What does RfC stand for?
RfC stands for Reference Concentration
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Also, the assessment should consider additional studies to derive noncancer reference concentrations (RfCs), which are estimates of lifetime concentrations to which someone could be exposed without appreciable risk of particular adverse health effects.
We used 10% FBS as the reference concentration and in comparison identified three low molecular weight proteins were missing or had reduced expression from both 5% and 15% FBS media respectively.
EPA has not established a Reference Dose (RfD) or a Reference Concentration (RfC) for ethylene oxide.
Based on a total of 41 data points, Clarke error grid analysis indicated 93% in zone A, 7% in zone B, and 0% in zones C and D, with reference concentrations between 93 and 521 mg/dl.
Result is for reference concentrations greater than or equal to 75 mg/dL.
Lactation is a considerable source of exposure for infants, and reference concentrations for hazard assessments are needed.
We used a single-spot and a streptavidin-patterned sensor with reagents for the detection of N-terminal probrain natriuretic peptide (NT-proBNP) in various matrices at reference concentrations, as summarized in Table 1.