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  • noun

Synonyms for CRP

a byproduct of inflammation

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Analyzing the data with use of four different statistical methods, neither baseline CRP nor change in CRP level after 6 months of statin therapy provided any practical information.
There is conflicting evidence as to the relationship of CIMT, an early marker of atherosclerosis, with serum CRP levels in type 2 diabetic patients (2,3).
In the current study, a link between serum CRP levels and asthma and chronic breathlessness was determined.
Although cancer-induced inflammation has been proposed to explain the relationship between elevated CRP levels and cancer risk, this hypothesis has not been well evaluated in previous studies," said Yang.
Results showed that Pycnogenol significantly lowered CRP from the average 3.
Somewhat disappointingly, CRP levels changed more in lean subjects than obese subjects.
They found that patients who had low CRP levels after statin therapy had better clinical outcomes than those with higher CRP levels, regardless of the resultant level of LDL cholesterol.
The buyer of a CRP-restricted property secures rights to the remaining annual CRP payments plus the right to HBU when the contract expires.
While the Mitsubishi uprights were cast from steel, CRP is also very proud of Castform, its rapid casting process for highly reactive materials, the Italian company claiming a world first when it introduced its titanium rapid casting process 10 years ago.
If our evaluations conclude that these generation or transmission projects will not be complete as outlined in the CRP, then we have the ability to update the next RNA and recommend regulated solutions to be built by the utility companies.
From test tube experiments, the team found that CRP binds to leptin and prevents it from reaching its receptors.
Infections and inflammation brought on by various illnesses can be the reason CRP levels in the blood rise.
CRP is an ancient protein that plays a role in the body's defense by binding to the surface of infective organisms such as bacteria, making them sticky, and rendering them inactive.
December 2015 also marks the 30th anniversary of CRP, a federally funded program that assists agricultural producers with the cost of restoring, enhancing and protecting certain grasses, shrubs and trees to improve water quality, prevent soil erosion and reduce loss of wildlife habitat.