APFO


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The aim of this article was to use ultrasound to characterize static bare foot plantar tissue responses to different APFO geometries.
"In fact, 3M announced its phase-out of the production of APFO in 2000.
This year, Kelydra focused on APFO, the chemical that has been worrisome to her neighbors in Parkersburg.
In addition to source reduction technology for APFO in dispersion, DuPont also is offering royalty-free access to its patents and technology for PFOA emissions abatement, water treatment and recovery for reuse, according to the company.
Even though its focus had changed, APFO did co-sponsor with ACA the first Women's Caucus in 1975.
The Africa Peace Forum (APFO) and Project Ploughshares are working together with IGAD on one of those tracks in support of its initiative to build a peace and security architecture for member states--Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Kenya, and Uganda.
Project Ploughshares and the Kenya-based Africa Peace Forum (APFO) have been working together to support peace in Sudan since 1999.
This event, part of the Building Sustainable Peace in Sudan Project coordinated by Project Ploughshares and Africa Peace Forum (APFO), is funded by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).
The embryo-fetal toxicity and teratogenic potential of ammonium perfluorooctanoate (APFO) in the rat.
Both Ploughshares and APFO can take credit for this result.
(6.) C8 comprises both ammonium perfluorooctonate (APFO) and PFOA, its acidic anion.