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Diastolic blood pressure

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Deutsche BundesPost

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Di Butyl Phthalate

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Downward Bidding Protocol

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Deutsches Bundes Patent

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Depressing Bad Poetry

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Dead Busted Pussies

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Demand Bidding Program

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Dibakar Banerjee Productions

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Development Bank of the Philippines

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Data for Business Performance

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Design Baseline Program

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Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics

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Days Before Planting

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Disinfection By-Products

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Division of Biological Physics

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Dental Benefit Providers

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Dampier Bunbury Pipeline

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Davidson Benefits Planning

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Deutches Bundes Patent

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Deuterium Burning Planets

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Deutsche Bundes Patent

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Development By Partnership

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Diastolic Blood Pressures

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Digital Business Platform

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What does DBP mean?

DBP
D site of albumin promoter binding protein, also known as DBP, is a protein which in humans is encoded by the DBP gene. DBP is a member of the PAR bZIP transcription factor family. DBP binds to an upstream promoter in the insulin gene. Further, it may also regulate the HIF-1, one of the hypoxia inducible factors.

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