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APOEAerial Port Of Embarkation
APOEApolipoprotein E (genetic risk factor for Alzheimer's disease)
APOEAssociation of Professional Oklahoma Educators (now Professional Oklahoma Educators; est. 1988; Norman, OK)
APOEAerial Point of Embarkation
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The authors apply the GRTI to genetic variation in the APOE gene for the situation of the statin-prescribing threshold of LDL-C.
The PALs are individual mobilization augmentees who serve as "boots on the ground" at these APOEs.
Several investigators suggest that the APOE [epsilon]4 allele is a brain vulnerability marker and that APOE [epsilon]4 allele carriers have a limited capacity to respond to physiological challenges and, hence, are more prone to cognitive deficits and poor recovery after insults to the nervous system [44,47-48].
To establish whether APOE polymorphism influences proinflammatory cytokine production and survival in a murine model of sepsis, caecal ligation and puncture was performed on APOE3 (n=22) and APOE4 (n=16) targeted replacement mice, and survival was monitored for 72 hours.
Data included training methods, unique characteristics used to keep employees informed, and the interaction between the shippers and the APOE Customer Service Sections.
In a research setting, APOE testing may be used to identify study volunteers who may be at a higher risk of getting AD.
The fMR data revealed that some of the APOE e4 carriers had significantly lower parietal lobe activity compared with control subjects.
Now planners here at the Tanker Airlift Control Center can see the amount of cargo inbound to the various APOEs and adjust airflow to gain efficiency and effectiveness.
The following are two mission impacts of consolidation: EMEDS and aeromedical evacuation capability would be built, stored, maintained, reported, sourced, and deployed from one or just a few locations, and the fewer locations would ship that capability through fewer APOEs.
If you have APOE genotype e2 or e3, estrogen may be helpful.
The gene most commonly associated with late-onset Alzheimer's is called apolipoprotein E (APOE), which has three common forms: APOE e2, which appears to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's; APOE e3, which doesn't seem to affect the risk of Alzheimer's either way; and APOE e4, which appears to increase the risk of Alzheimer's.