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NP

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for NEPAL.

NP

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Nepalese bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Nepal. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Nepal. Each zone has its own code with the prefix "NP." For example, the code for Seti Zone is ISO 3166-2:NP-ME.
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With the evolution of biomedical nanomaterials, new antimicrobial was developed due to the physiochemical properties of NPs [7].
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Results of this study further the evidence that NPs are a valuable resource in facilitating timely access to neurosurgical care for spinal disorders and are qualified in diagnosis and treatment plan management of the nonsurgical patient and that patients are appropriately referred for surgical consultation on a timelier basis.
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Similarly, despite the fact NPs are now the largest type of healthcare providers delivering home care and cover the largest geographical service area (Yao, Rose, LeBaron, Camacho, & Boling, 2017), federal regulations still require physicians to sign NP orders in order for them to be valid.
The above have been observed also in fish organisms where Cu-NPs have demonstrated that they are acutely toxic to zebrafish, and also Cu-NPs produced different morphological effects and global gene expression patterns in the zebrafish gills, but soluble copper do not show the same effects, suggesting a higher toxicity effect of these metallic NPs [7].
300 nm at D = 70 nm [9], which means it is difficult to generate SPR at DUV wavelengths with Al NPs fabricated with standard lithography techniques [15].
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