NNR

AcronymDefinition
NNRNational Nature Reserve (United Kingdom)
NNRNishi-Nippon Railroad (Japan)
NNRNearest Neighbor Rule (algorithm)
NNRNational Nuclear Regulator (South Africa)
NNRNever Not Riding (cycling club)
NNRNorth Norfolk Railway (UK)
NNRNeuronal Nicotinic Receptor
NNRNational Narcolepsy Registry
NNRNeb Neb Revolution (website)
NNRNo Need to Respond (Internet slang)
NNRNaach Naach Revolution (dance competition)
NNRNavy Nonreporting
NNRNeural Network Review
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Under the terms of the agreement, one NNR asset, TC-6499, including related intellectual property rights and materials will be divested.
SNH chairman Ian Ross said: "I'm delighted that our board has given the go-ahead to the new Great Trossachs Forest NNR.
The NNR model was good at predicting actual ICP at 5 minutes, with a bias of 0.
Back in 1964, the impetus for the declaration of the NNR was to better manage the wildfowling activity that took place over the intertidal flats around Lindisfarne.
Remarkably, the correlation between the increase in US NNR utilization and the increase in US economic output (GDP) during the past 200+ years is nearly one-to-one.
To date, only limited comparisons of binding affinities at both NNR subtypes and AChBPs have been published.
a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing a new class of drugs known as NNR Therapeutics(TM), has initiated a Phase I clinical trial of TC-5619, a novel small molecule that modulates the activity of the neuronal nicotinic receptor (NNR) subtype known as alpha7.
a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing a new class of drugs known as NNR Therapeutics(TM), has reported its financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2007.
The new NNR is 30 miles north of Helmsdale and into west Caithness.
We entered into the collaboration excited about the prospects of combining Targacept's longstanding leadership position in NNR research with our existing strengths, and the progress made in a relatively short time has been impressive.