GMR

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AcronymDefinition
GMRGPS (Global Positioning System) Message Router
GMRGiant Magnetoresistance
GMRGlobal Monitoring Report (various organizations)
GMRGiant Magnetoresistive
GMRGeo Mobile Radio
GMRGiant Magneto Resistive
GMRGreater Mekong Region
GMRGulf Marketing Review (Mediaquest)
GMRGround Mobile Radio (Joint Tactical Radio System Cluster 1)
GMRGreat Manchester Run (UK)
GMRGeometric Mean Ratio
GMRGovernment Meal Rate (US DoD)
GMRGreat Movie Ride (Disney World Attraction)
GMRGovernment Micro Resources
GMRGroupe Mobile de Réserve (French: Mobile Reserve Group)
GMRGreater Manchester Radio
GMRGeo-Mobile Radio
GMRGeneral Marketing Research
GMRGlobal Medical Relief
GMRGreen Mountain Rangers (airsoft unit)
GMRGrandhi Mallikarjuna Rao (GMR Group, India)
GMRGraduated Mobilization Response
GMRGallops, Murmurs, Rubs (medical care)
GMRGreen Mountain Railroad
GMRGreen Mountain Realty (Shell Knob, MO)
GMRGlobal Mobility Roundtable (conference)
GMRGeneralized Minimum Residual
GMRGround Mapping Radar
GMRGentamicin Resistance
GMRGeostationary Mobile Radio
GMRGovernment and Media Relations (Washington)
GMRGoldwasser, Micali and Rivest (one-time signature scheme; cryptography)
GMRGerman Military Representative
GMRGround Mobile Radar
GMRGround Maintenance Response
GMRGeneric Mission Replay
GMRGlobal Malnutrition Rate
GMRGood Morning Richmond (morning TV program; Richmond, VA)
References in periodicals archive ?
In studies conducted in our country, amikacin resistance has been reported with a rate of 3-43% and gentamicin resistance has been reported with a rate of 16-51% in P.
High-level gentamicin resistance (HLGR) has been widely investigated and different frequencies have been reported depending on various regions due to the variety in climate of hetero geographical regions and origin of isolates (17).
Possible connection between a widely disseminated conjugative gentamicin resistance (pMG1-like) plasmid and the emergence of vancomycin resistance in Enterococcus faecium.
High-level gentamicin resistance (HLGR) and high-level aminoglycoside resistance (HLAR) occurred more frequently in E.
Use of any one of these concentrations will probably accurately detect high-level gentamicin resistance.
Tobramycin resistance only occurred where apramycin and gentamicin resistance occurred (comparing fFgures 1, 3 and 7).
Risk factors of mortality in Acinetobacter bacteremia are male gender, prior use of carbapenems and glycopeptides antibiotics, mechanical ventilation and gentamicin resistance of the isolate.
In our study isolates, gentamicin resistance was observed in the 1980s among animal E.
12) A High Level of Gentamicin Resistance (HLGR) was present in 60 (47%) isolates of Enterococcus.
The HLGR ST16 isolates were further screened by PCR for the aac(6')Ie-aph(2")Ia gene, the aph(2")Ib and aph(2")Id genes and the aph(2")Ic gene to assess the genetic background of gentamicin resistance.
Gentamicin resistance is a good predictor of resistance to other aminoglycosides except streptomycin.
Among all MRSA isolates, gentamicin resistance decreased from 46.