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ALIAlbion (Amtrak Station Code; Albion, MI)
ALIAmerican Law Institute
ALIAcute Lung Injury
ALIATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) Line Interface
ALIAlignment
ALIAmerican Language Institute (San Diego State University)
ALIApple Learning Interchange
ALIAnalytical Laboratories, Inc.
ALIAutomatic Location Identification
ALIAutomatic Language Identification
ALIAdvanced Learning Institute (Chicago, IL)
ALIArbitration Lost Interrupt
ALIAuthorized Licensed Implementations
ALIAutomatic Link Intelligence
ALIAcer Laboratories Inc.
ALIAtm Line Interface
ALIAdvanced Land Imager (NASA)
ALIAdult Learning Inspectorate (UK)
ALIAutomatic Location Information
ALIAnnual Limit on Intake (radiation as established by ICRP)
ALIAcer Labs Inc.
ALIAmerican Logistics International (Carson, CA)
ALIAmerican Ladder Institute
ALIArchaeological Legacy Institute (est. 1999; Oregon)
ALIAdditional Liability Insurance
ALIAssociation of Lebanese Industrialists
ALIAsociación de Doctores, Licenciados e Ingenieros en Informática (Spanish)
ALIAegis Leap Intercept
ALIAlarm Interface
ALIAssociation Luxembourgeoise des Ingenieurs (Luxembourg)
ALIAlabama Law Institute
ALIAcademie Linguistique Internationale (Montreal, Canada)
ALIAdvanced Logic Industries
ALIAutomotive Lift Institute, Inc.
ALIAlpha Lamp Integration
ALIAutomated Location Identification
ALIApplication Layer Interface
ALIApplied Language Institute
ALIArchitecture and Language Implementation
ALIAegis LEAP Interceptor
ALIArmy Library Institute
ALIArtificial Language Intelligence (Nanosoft)
ALIAirworthiness Limitation Item (aviation)
ALIAllowable Limit of Intake
ALIAnnual Level of Intake
ALIAutomatic Logic Implementation
ALIApplication Logic Interface
ALIAvance Logic, Incorporated
ALIAutomatic Line Integration
ALIAnvil Logic, Inc.
ALIAccount Line Indicator
ALIAutomatic Line Indicator
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Protective effect of resveratrol against acute lung injury induced by lipopolysaccharide via inhibiting the myd88-dependent Toll-like receptor 4 signaling pathway.
Acute lung injury and the acute respiratory distress syndrome: a clinical review.
Transfusion- related acute lung injury. Ind J Pathol Microbio 2009;52:561-3.
Lipoxin A4 attenuates LPS-induced mouse acute lung injury via Nrf2-mediated E-cadherin expression in airway epithelial cells.
Zhang, "Vitamin D alleviates lipopolysaccharideinduced acute lung injury via regulation of the reninangiotensin system," Molecular Medicine Reports, vol.
Obara, "Lidocaine attenuates acute lung injury induced by a combination of phospholipase A2 and trypsin," Critical Care Medicine, vol.
The MCP-1/CCR2 pathway is only one of many pathways in systematic disease such as acute lung injury. LPS is recognized by toll-like receptors on the membrane of antigen-presenting cells, which triggers LPS/TLR/MyD88/IRAK/TRAF/NF-[kappa]B signaling pathway [33, 34].
Liu, "Hypoxia-induced acute lung injury is aggravated in streptozotocin diabetic mice," Experimental Lung Research, vol.
Bertolini et al., "Epidemiology and outcome of acute lung injury in European intensive care units.
For example, in a murine blunt chest injury model with lung contusion, neutrophils and their oxidative response have been identified as a major contributor to acute lung injury and neutrophil depletion was protective [155].
[2-4] Since the 1970s, death of patients with paraquat poisoning has been identified as mainly associated with acute lung injury. [5]
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