LSRO

AcronymDefinition
LSROLife Sciences Research Office
LSROLiaison and Scientific Review Office (US DHHS)
LSROLarge Scale Retail Ordinance (Moscow, Russia)
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While the FDA incorporated these two items in its reclassification, the agency chose to ignore another fact: "Inorganic mercury in the placenta, maternal blood, and cord blood correlate with maternal dental amalgam load." The LSRO was unable to find reliable published evidence that proved or disproved the hypothesis that mercury from dental amalgams harms pregnant women or their infants.
To achieve its goal, however, GOED needed to understand the current thinking on these nutrients from the regulators' perspective, which is why LSRO brought the regulators and scientists together.
To create a deeper level of understanding around this topic, GOED has engaged the Life Sciences Research Office (LSRO) to hold a workshop in early 2008 to explore the issues related to developing a recommended daily intake (RDI) for EPA and DHA as a means of furthering discourse on the topic.
Specialty: The Life Sciences Research Office (LSRO) has established itself as the recognized leader for independent expert scientific evaluations and services.
The Life Sciences Research Office (LSRO), Bethesda, MD, has entered into a referral agreement with MediRegs, Inc., Wellesley, MA.
The General Accounting Office estimates that there are some 1500 manufacturing and repacking facilities for dietary supplements in the U.S., according to the Washington, D.C.-based Life Sciences Research Office (LSRO), and that these facilities produce approximately 29,000 unique formulations that are packed into more than 75,000 distinctly labeled products and made readily available to the public through supermarkets, retail outlets, the Internet and television infomercials.
We compare DPL with two alternative methods using GAN generated images, the pseudolabel [35], and the LSRO [23].