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PG

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for PAPUA NEW GUINEA.

PG

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Independent State of Papua New Guinea. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Papua New Guinean bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Papua New Guinea. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Papua New Guinea. Each province has its own code with the prefix "PG." For example, the code for the Province of Chimbu is ISO 3166-2:PG-CPK.
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carinii DNA in the LH and OS samples, determined from the standard curve in picograms, was converted to copies per milliliter by multiplying by the dilution factor based on the original concentration of DNA.
The TDI is set at 4 picograms per kilogram of a person's weight.
ThruPLEX DNA-seq libraries can be created with as little as 50 picograms of DNA and are especially valuable for challenging specimens such as cell-free, plasma-based DNA.
The Human DNA and DNase Free swabs are sample-collection devices certified as free of human DNA contamination down to less than 25 picograms, and also certified to be DNase free.
A mathematical transformation applied to RBC-Y can therefore produce a hemoglobin equivalent for erythrocytes (RBC-He) expressed in picograms.
Women with lower blood levels of vitamin B-12 lost more hip bone over a four-year period than women with higher levels--above 280 picograms per milliliter (pg/mL).
Yellowtail and salmon contained 1,190 picograms and 734 picograms of PBDE per gram, respectively, while a yellowfin tuna, which inhabits the deep sea, had 21.
6 picograms of chlorpyrifos per gram of blood in a woman during pregnancy correlated with a drop of 1.
The probiotics group had B-12 levels of 1,214 picograms per milliliter at three months, compared with the control group's levels of 811 pg/mL.
Results are returned in picograms of (1[right arrow]3)-[beta]-D-Glucan per mL, with interpretive guidance.
Past surveys conducted by the Environment Agency have shown that there were very few cases in which dioxins in dead birds surpassed 100 picograms.