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Automatic Data Processing (ADP)

A private company that acts as an intermediary to perform proxy services for several banks and brokers. Distributes proxy material to beneficial owners, tabulates the returned proxies, and provides the Corporation or its tabulator compiled reports of the tabulation results. ADP also distributes quarterly reports and other corporate information to the beneficial owners.

ADP

ISO 4217 code for the Andorran peseta. In practice, the currency was identical to the Spanish peseta, which was replaced by the euro in 1999. The Andorran peseta circulated alongside the Andorran franc.
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Among the strategies researchers used to inhibit adenosine activity was the experimental compound FR194921, which selectively blocks the A1 receptor.
Adenosine was administered to rats by gavages at a dose of 150 mg/kg body weight, according to Mabley et al.
Serum Adenosine deaminase levels showed significant elevation (p value <0.
The diagnostic value of adenosine deaminase activity in sputum in pulmonary tuberculosis.
In 520 patients' adenosine exercise (adenoEx) resting first protocol was implemented (fig-1) and in remaining 308 patients who could not perform physical stress; adenosine (Adeno) resting first protocol was utilized (fig-2).
These studies have mainly followed two algorithms to assess the utility of adenosine in PVI.
Methotrexate enhances the generation of multinucleated giant cells in vitro, as does adenosine A1 receptor occupancy, while an A1 receptor antagonist reverses these effects.
Adenosine lasts only minutes in the human body, so injections of the chemical itself were not an option.
Professor Fredholm's research on adenosine and its receptors has significantly contributed to the current understanding of CNS mechanisms in health and disease.
who presented the findings of a study that confirmed adenosine as a key factor in the anticonvulsant effect of the ketogenic diet.
Masino and her colleagues found that mice with normal levels of adenosine A1 receptor (ALP,) and a transgenic overexpression of adenosine kinase, an intracellular enzyme that negatively influences extracellular levels of adenosine, had a "near complete" reduction in the number and duration of spontaneous seizures.