LOI

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AcronymDefinition
LOILetter of Indemnity (international trade and carriage business)
LOILetter Of Intent
LOILack Of Information
LOIList Of Items
LOILetter of Inquiry
LOILevel of Importance
LOILevel of Independence
LOILoss On Ignition
LOILetter of Invitation
LOILeague of Ireland (Irish soccer league)
LOILine of Inquiry
LOILevel of Intervention
LOIList of Illustrations
LOILack of Intelligence
LOILetter of Investigation
LOILimiting Oxygen Index
LOILocation of Injury (medicine)
LOILaw on Investment (various locations)
LOILimit of Indemnity (insurance)
LOILimit of Identifictation (chemistry)
LOILament of Innocence (video game)
LOILa Oferta Irresistible (Spanish: The Irresistible Offer; Uruguay)
LOILodge of Instruction (Masonic lodge)
LOILevel of Interoperability (various organizations)
LOILoss of Imprinting (oncology)
LOILunar Orbit Insertion
LOILocal Operator Interface
LOILength of Interview (surveys)
LOILack of Interest
LOILevel of Interactivity (software)
LOILife Outreach International
LOILaughing on the Inside
LOILoyal Orange Institution (religious group)
LOILocation of Interest
LOILoss Of Input
LOILimited Over International
LOILeyton Obsessional Inventory
LOILoan Origination Interface (software)
LOILine Oriented Interview (airlines)
LOILetter Of Instruction/Interest
LOILiving Ocean International
LOILending One, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Loss of imprinting of insulin growth factor II gene: a potential heritable biomarker for colon neoplasia predisposition.
Temporal stability and age-related prevalence of loss of imprinting of the insulin-like growth factor-2 gene.
To gauge the effect off the loss of imprinting control on the maintenance of the quiescent hematopoietic stem cell pool, Venkatraman analyzed the numbers of quiescent, active and differentiated hematopoietic stem cells in mouse bone marrow.
A maternally methylated CpG island in KvLQT1 is associated with an antisense paternal transcript and loss of imprinting in Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome.
Studies have linked a loss of imprinting to some diseases, including cancer.
Loss of imprinting and other epigenetic changes could play a role in numerous other diseases, including those that affect mental health.
For example, insulin-like growth factor 2 (IGF2) loss of imprinting, which places individuals at increased risk of developing colon cancer, is not caused by exposure to adult environmental factors (Cruz-Correa et al.
Epigenetic alterations also constitute the molecular basis of pathology associated with loss of imprinting (e.
In other words, monogamy had not caused a loss of imprinting, as the conflict model would apparently suggest it should.
Observing a loss of imprinting would have been strong confirmation of the conflict model, says researchers, but its continued presence in a monogamous species doesn't deal a death blow to the theory for several reasons.
Loss of imprinting is the silencing of active imprinted genes or the activation of silent imprinted genes, and is one of the most common epigenetic changes associated with the development of a wide variety of tumors.