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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
Immunization information systems
(20 times)
Public Health
(14 times)
NIS (3 times)
IISAR (2 times)
CDC (1 time)
2010 Progress in immunization information systems - United States, 2008.
interictal spikes
(12 times)
Neurology
(7 times)
EEG (3 times)
ECoG (2 times)
PDS (2 times)
2004 Laminar analysis of human neocortical interictal spike generation and propagation: current source density and multiunit analysis in vivo.
insulin infusion sets
(2 times)
Endocrinology
(2 times)
--- 2016 Improving Patient Experience With Insulin Infusion Sets: Practical Guidelines and Future Directions.
Individual impairment scores
(1 time)
Endocrinology
(1 time)
PDA (1 time)
2009 Cognitive function is disrupted by both hypo- and hyperglycemia in school-aged children with type 1 diabetes: a field study.
inter-implantation sites
(1 time)
Molecular Biology
(1 time)
IHC (1 time)
ISs (1 time)
2017 Roles of DEK in the endometrium of mice in early pregnancy.
interdependent infrastructure systems
(1 time)
Medicine
(1 time)
--- 2019 Modeling of inter-organizational coordination dynamics in resilience planning of infrastructure systems: A multilayer network simulation framework.
interictal seizures
(1 time)
Neurology
(1 time)
4-AP (1 time)
ISs (1 time)
NMDA (1 time)
2008 Layer-specific generation and propagation of seizures in slices of developing neocortex: role of excitatory GABAergic synapses.
intron insertion sites
(1 time)
--- 2017 Heterogeneity of intron presence/absence in Olifantiella sp. (Bacillariophyta) contributes to the understanding of intron loss.
Investigator-initiated studies
(1 time)
Medicine
(1 time)
--- 2018 Investigator-initiated studies: Challenges and solutions.