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DE. A preposition used in many Latin phrases as, de bone esse, de bonis non.

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These laboratories may also have different types of instruments or ways of calculating the exposure rate or ambient dose equivalent rate used for testing.
Radiation dose limits for permissible dose equivalent is less than1 mSv/y and if the number is multiplied by 100, it shows the percentage of people at risk in the area.
The mean values of the radiation parameters for the campus environment are presented in Table 2 showing an overall mean dose equivalent, <D> for the campus as 0.
The effective dose equivalent is the sum of the product of organ doses (in mGy or cGy, the magnitude of CT organ doses) multiplied by a corresponding weighting factor.
use of personal monitors to estimate effective dose equivalent and effective dose to workers for external exposure to low-LET radiation.
rem = the dose equivalent of the radiation where the quality factor for X-rays and gamma radiation is 1.
b) Cough frequency in guinea pigs was significantly reduced by 57%, 53% and 63%, in the once, twice and three times dose equivalent groups, respectively
The estimation of the individual personal dose equivalent values Hp(10) and Hp(0,07) shall be based on the parameters given by the Radiation Protection Basic Safety Standards Directive No 96/29/Euratom of 13.
In addition, using ultra-low dose equivalent to a dental x-ray or a flight from New York to London, intra colonic 3D circumferential imaging was achieved in the prep-less colon of human subjects with no prior cleansing.
The mice were divided into one control group and three other groups which would undergo different treatments: exercise -unrestricted use of a running wheel-, melatonin -a dose equivalent to 10 mg per kg of body weight-, and a combination of melatonin and voluntary physical exercise.
Kim Green and colleagues gave transgenic mice with Alzheimer's disease and healthy control mice a human dose equivalent of 2000 to 3000 mg of niacinamide per day for four months.