NIIDNational Institute of Infectious Diseases (Ministry of Health and Welfare; Japan)
NIIDNeuronal Intranuclear Inclusion Disease (neurology)
NIIDNational Institute for Intellectual Disability (Trinity College Dublin; Ireland)
NIIDNederlandse Industriële Inschakeling Defensieopdrachten (Dutch: Netherlands Defence Manufacturers Association)
NIIDNormally, Identically, and Independently Distributed
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At the NIID and NIR, fecal samples were inoculated on the commercial medium CLO (BioMerieux, France) and a C.
For women in the NIID group, data regarding coinfection with syphilis and hepatitis B and C viruses, and illegal drug use were available, as well.
"The institute has received reports that the email message falsely identifying itself as coming from the NIID is circulating," it said.
Since its 2005 world-first in vitro cultivation of HCV with TMIN, Toray has been seeking the potential of HCV particlest for use as an HCV vaccine in collaboration with NIID.
The Internet-based surveillance, which was conducted by MHLW and the Infectious Disease Surveillance Center of the National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID), grouped hospitalized patients by symptoms into the same five syndromic categories used in 2000.
where, [DELTA] is the first difference operator, z denotes vector of variables, [[epsilon].sub.t] niid (0,[SIGMA]), [mu] is a drift parameter, and [PI] is a (p x p) matrix of the form [PI] = [alpha][beta]', where [alpha] and [beta] are both (p x r) matrices of full rank, with [beta] containing the r co-integrating relationships and [alpha] carrying the corresponding adjustment coefficients in each of the r vectors.
''A variety of viruses were detected when we checked on poultry in southern China and Southeast Asia,'' said Masato Tashiro, director of the National Institute of Infectious Disease (NIID), who has been monitoring poultry viruses.
Researchers at Japan's National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID) say they have succeeded in experiments to suppress hay fever in dogs for several years with just three monthly shots of a newly developed DNA vaccine.
where [DELTA][X.sub.t] is the vector of first differences of the variables, the [GAMMA]'s are estimable parameters, [DELTA] is a difference operator, [[eta].sub.t] is a vector of impulses which represent the unanticipated movements in [X.sub.t], with [[eta].sub.t] ~ niid (0, [SIGMA]) and [PI] is the long-run parameter matrix.
JAPAN -- Research at Tokyo's National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID) revealed that cloned mice have something in common -- premature death.
[[Mu].sub.jt] = normally, identically, independently distributed (NIID) disturbance on day t