PRP

PRP may stand for:

  • Park Royal Partnership in London
  • Patriotic Renewal Party or Partido Renovación Patriótica, a political party in Honduras
  • Peel Regional Police
  • People's Reconciliation Party
  • People's Republic of Poland
  • Personnel Reliability Program
  • Petroleum Remediation Product
  • Pityriasis rubra pilaris, a rare skin disorder
  • Platelet-rich plasma
  • Pleasure Ridge Park, Louisville
  • Portuguese Republican Party
  • Potentially Responsible Party
  • Praja Rajyam Party
  • Prion protein(PRNP or PrP), a major constituent of the infectious prion
  • Probable prime
  • Professional Registered Parliamentarian
  • Progressive Reform Party (disambiguation), various political parties
  • Progressive rubella panencephalitis
  • Proline rich proteins
  • Pseudorandom permutation
  • Psychological refractory period
  • Parallel Redundancy Protocol, the IEC 62439-3 data network protocol that provides seamless fault-tolerance

Other articles related to "prp":

Psychological Refractory Period
... The term psychological refractory period (PRP) refers to the period of time during which the response to a second stimulus is significantly slowed because a first stimulus is still being processed ... The PRP can be used to investigate many areas of research that study processes which require divided attention, such as reading aloud, language, or driving and talking on the phone ... PRP effects related to personality, age, and level of alcohol or caffeine intake have also been investigated ...
List Of World War II British Naval Radar - Sets - Precision Ranging Panel
... The Precision Ranging Panel (PRP) was an electromechanical transmission and calculating system ... The PRP allowed for accurate range determination, range rate determination using radar, and accurate transmission of radar ranges and range rates to fire control computers ... The PRP used an electronic timing signal and pip matching to provide very accurate ranges ...
Platelet-rich Plasma - Preparation
... There are, at present, two methods of PRP preparation approved by the U.S ... two stages of centrifugation designed to separate the PRP aliquot from platelet-poor plasma and red blood cells ... count is approximately 200,000 per µL therapeutic PRP concentrates the platelets by roughly five-fold ...
Platelet-rich Plasma - Implications For Doping
... Some concern exists as to whether PRP treatments violate anti-doping rules, such as those maintained by the World Anti-Doping Agency ... It is not clear if local injections of PRP can have a systemic impact on circulating cytokine levels, in turn affecting doping tests it is also not clear whether PRP treatments have ... In January 2011, the World Anti-Doping Agency removed intramuscular injections of PRP from its prohibitions after determining that there is a "lack of ...