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Abbreviation : LIV
Long Form : liver
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2017 Fast myocardial perfusion imaging with 99mTc in challenging patients using conventional SPECT cameras. MPI, Sub
2016 Age-Related and Heteroplasmy-Related Variation in Human mtDNA Copy Number. MAF, mt, mtCN, SM
2016 Six Tissue Transcriptomics Reveals Specific Immune Suppression in Spleen by Dietary Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids. BAT, BMC, HFD, HFD-P, LFD, PUFA, SkM, SPL, WAT
2015 Clock circadian regulator (CLOCK) gene network expression patterns in bovine adipose, liver, and mammary gland at 3 time points during the transition from pregnancy into lactation. AT, CLOCK, MG
2013 Trans-10, cis 12-Conjugated Linoleic Acid-Induced Milk Fat Depression Is Associated with Inhibition of PPARgamma Signaling and Inflammation in Murine Mammary Tissue. CLA
2012 18F-FDG uptake changes in liver and mediastinum during chemotherapy in patients with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. DLBCL
2012 A microarray analysis of gnotobiotic mice indicating that microbial exposure during the neonatal period plays an essential role in immune system development. GF, GO, IFN, IRF3, LI, MGP, SI, SPF, SPL, TLR
2006 A focused microarray approach to functional glycomics: transcriptional regulation of the glycome. BM, BRN, CFG, KID, MALDI-TOF, SPL, TES, THY
2000 Evaluation of probiotic treatment in a neonatal animal model. BT, E. coli K1A, Lacto GG, MLN, SB, SPL
10  1999 Confirmation of translocated gastrointestinal bacteria in a neonatal model. E. coli K1, GI, MLNs, SB, SPL
11  1995 Determinant of bacterial translocation in the newborn: small bowel versus large bowel colonization. BF, BT, FF, FFAB, LB, MLN, SB, SPL, UC
12  1992 Tumour location influences local cytokine production and host metabolism. TNF
13  1991 Human T cells in the SCID-hu mouse are phenotypically normal and functionally competent. THY