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Synonyms for ADH

hormone secreted by the posterior pituitary gland (trade name Pitressin) and also by nerve endings in the hypothalamus

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Southwest Key paid a fine and closed two of its programs as part of a settlement with ADHS.
I went on to observe that: "Cutting or eliminating ADHS programs will actually increase state costs due to shifts to nursing home and other more expensive services.
There are multiple ADH and ALDH enzymes that are encoded by different genes (Tables 1 and 3).
Autosomal, monogenic forms of hypercholesterolemia (ADHs) are common diseases, mainly caused by sequence variations in the LDLR and APOB genes.
ADHS staff advised the mother to remove the miniblinds to prevent any further exposure to lead-contaminated dust.
Because the source of bulk-delivered water for both cases was a California-based water-delivery company, ADHS notified CSDHS about the potential problem of leadcontaminated bulk-delivered water.
1987); and the null mutant [Adh.sup.n1], which has an inactive alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) enzyme, was used for in vivo experiments (Grell et al.
ADHS will then report its findings to Ducey and the federal Health and Human Services department.
One such study found a significant difference in the distribution of alleles of the gene that codes for a type of ADH called ADH1C.
The focus of the ADHS Lead Poisoning Prevention Program is secondary prevention - using limited resources to target identified cases with environmental investigations and education.