IRI

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AcronymDefinition
IRIInformation Reuse and Integration
IRIIslamic Republic of Iran
IRIInternational Republican Institute (formerly National Republican Institute for International Affairs, NRIAA, Washington DC)
IRIIntegrated Resources, Inc. (various locations)
IRIInternational Roughness Index (describes road roughness)
IRIInternational Research Institute for Climate and Society (Columbia University, New York)
IRIInterpersonal Reactivity Index (psychology)
IRIImmunoreactive Insulin
IRIInteractive Radio Instruction
IRIIndustrial Research Institute
IRIIstituto per la Ricostruzione Industriale (Italy)
IRIInternational Research Institute for Climate Prediction
IRIIndustrial Risk Insurers (Employers Reinsurance Corporation group of companies, a part of the General Electric Company)
IRIIonospheric Research Instrument
IRIInstituto Republicano Internacional (Spanish: International Republican Institute; various locations)
IRIIndustrial Research and Innovation (various organizations)
IRIInternationalized Resource Identifier
IRIInitial Requester Id
IRIIschemic Renal Injury
IRIIndiana Robotics Invitational (Indianapolis, IN)
IRIInternational Reference Ionosphere
IRIInitiative and Referendum Institute (various locations)
IRIInformal Reading Inventory
IRIInternet Research Institute, Inc (Japan)
IRIInformation Resources, Incorporated
IRIIntensive Reading Instruction (various locations)
IRIInformation Research, Inc. (various companies)
IRIInterfaculty Reactor Institute (Delft, NL)
IRIIntercept Related Information
IRIIndustrial Reporting, Inc. (Ashland, VA)
IRIInsulin Resistance Index
IRIInterfacultair Reactor Instituut
IRIIndustrial Risk Insurance
IRIInfinity Resources, Inc. (marketing)
IRIInstitut des Relations Internationales
IRIInterception Related Information (telecommunications)
IRIIn Ranks Inspection
IRIInsurance Recovery International
IRIInertial Reference Interface
References in periodicals archive ?
Paller, "Differential gene expression in the recovery from ischemic renal injury," Kidney International, vol.
In situ renal hypothermia is used to protect against ischemic renal injury. Surface cooling of the kidney with ice slush allows up to 3 hours of safe ischemia without permanent renal injury.[sup.25,26] Therefore our analysis from PN case series using cold ischemic type showed no significant difference of ischemic time according to nephrometry score grade, because there was no real time pressure even with a large-sized tumour.
SP600125, a selective JNK inhibitor, protects ischemic renal injury via suppressing the extrinsic pathways of apoptosis.
Becker, "Acute unilateral ischemic renal injury induces progressive renal inflammation, lipid accumulation, histone modification, and 'end-stage' kidney disease," American Journal of Physiology--Renal Physiology, vol.