DNL


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AcronymDefinition
DNLDo Not Load (shipping)
DNLDifferential Non Linearity
DNLDigital Noise Level
DNLDiscipline Non Linguistique (French: Non-Language Subjects; education)
DNLDifferential Non-Linearity
DNLDo Not Label (marketing policy)
DNLDirector of Navy Laboratories
DNLDaily News Live
DNLDepartment of National Lotteries (Ghana)
DNLDelete to New Line (directive for the unix-based M4 text pre-processing software)
DNLDit Nye Liv (Danish: Your New Life)
DNLDomain Network Liaison (DNS - TCP/IP)
DNLDual Name Listing (telephone directory listing)
DNLDay-Night Average Sound Level
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DNL was ranked among the top in a list of over 1,600 Asian companies nominated for outstanding corporate leadership and investor relations.The company's President and CEO Alvin Lao was named Best CEO in the Philippines and was ranked second in the Asean region.
In this small (n=10) and brief (14 day) human study, biomarkers for metabolic syndrome and fatty liver improved, including lowering of AST, ALT, insulin, HOMA-IR as well as a decrease in DNL and hepatic steatosis as measured by liver biopsy.
In fact, reductions range from -67.53% to -99.58% and smaller reductions, although important, are obtained for Set V and Set VI (resp., -67.53% and -75.88%, Table 2), that is, when there is a mix between DNL and fixed DUE paths.
Caption: Figure 5: Measurement result of (a) the DAC output currents according to input value and (b) INL and DNL error.
2 for the initial extinction phase (EXT) show very little change from baseline response rates (SWN and DNL) or only moderate decreases (RBG and HDS).
Insulin resistance can be a cause or consequence of hepatic steatosis, and DNL is under regulation of insulin action in liver (Ress and Kaser 2016).
Algunos estudios sugieren que el dano hepatico producido por la fructosa se origina del rapido metabolismo de la fructosa catalizado por fructoquinasa C (Stanhope et al., 2013), la cual genera el sustrato para el desarrollo DNL en el higado y produce aumento de los niveles de acido urico.
Disseminated necrotizing leukoencephalopathy (DNL), also known as multiple necrotizing leukoencephalopathy (MNL), is a clinical entity with a poorly understood pathobiology [1].
Indeed, these static errors can be described by only four parameters: the offset error, gain error, the DNL, and INL [41].
This is in contrast to distinct nodular lesions (DNL) which have been identified using longitudinal whole-body MRI and display different imaging and growth characteristics [20, 21].