CNIS

AcronymDefinition
CNISConseil National de l'Information Statistique (French: National Council of Statistical Information)
CNISCanadian Network for International Surgery (Vancouver, BC Canada)
CNISCentre National de l'Informatique et des Statistiques (French)
CNISCoordinamento Nazionale degli Insegnanti Specializzati
CNISCalling Number Identification Service
CNISComputer Networks and ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) Systems (publication)
CNISChannel Navigation Information Scheme
CNISCarotid Noninvasive Studies
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Voclosporin, an investigational drug, is a novel and potentially best-in-class CNI with clinical data in over 2,400 patients across indications.
Such CNIs could be used by utility companies (water, electricity), Oil and Gas, mass transportation and other sectors
The partnership agreement aims to enable CNIs to benefit from the cybersecurity services offered by the regional centre to enhance cybersecurity readiness at CNIs as well as engaging Omani companies to contribute to the delivery of cybersecurity services.'
"The partnership takes place at this critical period where CNIs, especially the oil and gas industry, have always been targeted by cyber security threats regionally and internationally.
The rapid changes that are happening have prompted DTI to focus on competition, innovation and productivity as foundation for its Inclusive Innovation Industrial Strategy or i3S to push CNIS forward.
Examples such as this highlight the critical need that PPDR units and CNI operators have for voice communications and, increasingly for broadband data usage.
The most common form of CNI nephrotoxicity develops shortly after drug initiation.
Eleven studies addressing the analytic validity of monitoring methods suggest that chromatographic techniques more accurately and precisely measure CNI concentrations than commonly used immunoassays.
This bill represents 12% of the total food bill of Algeria during the first seven months of the year, estimated at $ 5.75 billion, said the CNIS. The quantities imported during the same comparative period rose to 233,375 tonnes against 251,842 tonnes, down 7.3%, the source added.
CNIs play an essential part in the standard immunosuppressive regimens in combination with mycophenolate mofetil (a reversible inhibitor inosine monophosphate dehydrogenase--IMPDH) and corticosteroids [4], but they also may cause acute and chronic kidney toxicity [5], which is an important cause of long-term graft failure if not recognized and treated promptly.
These sectoral roadmaps are the building blocks of the Manufacturing Industry Roadmap (MIR) and the Comprehensive National Industrial Strategy (CNIS).