SLT

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AcronymDefinition
SLTSalut (French)
SLTSpeech-Language Therapy (various organizations)
SLTSouth Lake Tahoe (Amtrak station code; South LakeTahoe, CA)
SLTState, Local, and Tribal
SLTSur la Toile (French: On the Web)
SLTSri Lanka Telecom
SLTSchool Leadership Team
SLTScience Laboratory Technology
SLTSomething Like That
SLTSAP Landscape Transformation (software)
SLTSelective Laser Trabeculoplasty
SLTSouth Lake Tahoe (California)
SLTSpringfield Little Theatre (Springfield, MO)
SLTSpoken Language Translation (workshop)
SLTSenior Leadership Team
SLTSingle Lens Translucent (digital cameras)
SLTSecondary Latency Timer
SLTSignaling Link Terminal
SLTSoftware License Tracker
SLTSmartlet File
SLTSelect
SLTSet if Less than
SLTSpoken Language Translation
SLTSpeech and Language Technology
SLTSingle Line Telephony
SLTSoftware License Transfer
SLTScript Application Language for Telix
SLTSingle Line Telephone
SLTSlidell Little Theatre (Slidell, LA)
SLTSalt Lake Tribune
SLTShiga-Like Toxin (Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli)
SLTSo Little Time
SLTSocial Learning Theory (behavioral psychology)
SLTSecond Life Time (gaming)
SLTStuff Like That (polite form)
SLTSub-Lieutenant
SLTStatistical Learning Theory
SLTSpoken Language Technology (Workshop)
SLTStudent Leadership Training
SLTStrategic Leadership Team (New Zealand)
SLTSecond Language Teaching
SLTScots Law Times (law reporter; Scotland, UK)
SLTSolid Logic Technology
SLTSurvey and Liaison Team (US DoD)
SLTSous-Lieutenant
SLTShared Link Traffic (web traffic software)
SLTSoftware License Terms
SLTSystem Level Test
SLTSubscriber Line Terminal (NEC)
SLTSperrin Lakeland Trust (UK)
SLTSemi-Lagrangian Transport
SLTSouth Luzon Tollway (Philippines)
SLTSystem Load Tape
SLTSlice Thickness (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
SLTSlotervaart Leefbare Tuinstad
SLTSindh Literacy Team (Pakistan)
SLTSteel Low Truss (engineering)
SLTStrong Langmuir Turbulence
SLTSwing Lander Trainer (US Army Jump School)
SLTSouth London Tangerines (UK)
SLTSchool of Living Traditions (Ifugao, Philippines)
SLTSituated Learning Theory
SLTStandard Lead Time
SLTStockpile Laboratory Test
SLTSimulated Laser Target
SLTSpanish Lyric Theatre (Tampa, Florida)
SLTSpeech and Language Therapist/Therapy
SLTSimple Love Tweet
SLTSequential Linear Test
SLTSuper Light Transmission (optics)
SLTSelf-Loading Tape
SLTSubscriber Line Terminating equipment (ITU-T)
SLTSearch Light Transmission
SLTSmooth Local Trigonometric
SLTSingle-Line Transects
SLTStatistical Life Test
SLTStaffordshire Learning Technologies (UK)
SLTStation Leadership Team (USDA)
SLTService-Level Test
SLTSystem Laboratory Test
SLTSpecific Launch Trajectory
SLTSuomi Lyriikka Tuotanto
SLTSvenska Litografiska Tryckeriet (Swedish office supplies company)
SLTSoftware Leadership Team
References in periodicals archive ?
Characterization of a bacteriophage that carries the genes for production of Shiga-like toxin 1 in Escherichia coli.
Hemolytic-uremic syndrome is classified into two main categories, typical and atypical HUS depending on whether it is associated with Shiga-like toxin or not.
qRT-PCR was used to investigate the transcription levels of curli genes (csgA and csgB), motility genes [flhD and motB), Shiga-like toxin genes (stxl and stx2), and quorum-sensing genes (IsrA and luxS) in E.
1995, "Simultaneous identification of strains of Escherichia coli serotype O157:H7 and their shiga-like toxin type by mismatch amplification mutation assay-multiplex PCR," J.
35]S-methionine experiments clearly show that an early step in toxification is the cessation of protein synthesis, which is similar to that seen with other human (and animal) cells with ADP-ribosylating toxins of Corynebacterium diptheria and Vibrio cholera, exotoxin A of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Shiga toxin of Shigella flexnuri, and the Shiga-like toxin of E.
The increased availability in clinical laboratories of techniques such as testing for Shiga-like toxin or the genes encoding this protein may enhance the detection of disease attributable to non-O 157 SLTEC.
Heterogeneity of the amino-acid sequences of Escherichia coli Shiga-like toxin type-I operons.
Cloning and sequencing of a Shiga-like toxin type II variant from Escherichia coli strain responsible for edema disease of swine.