FTO

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AcronymDefinition
FTOFederation of Tour Operators (UK)
FTOField Training Officer (law enforcement)
FTOFair Trade Organic (product designation)
FTOForeign Terrorist Organizations
FTOFresh Touring Origination
FTOFinish to Order
FTOFreedom to Operate
FTOFlight Training Organization (aviation)
FTOFilm and Television Office (Australia)
FTOfat mass and obesity-associated (gene)
FTOFluorine-doped Tin Oxide
FTOFederal Tax Ombudsman (Pakistan)
FTOFlameless Thermal Oxidizer
FTOFlexible Time Off
FTOFunctional Test Objective
FTOFailure to Obey (law enforcement)
FTOFresh Touring Origination (Mitsubishi coupe car)
FTOFirst Time Offender
FTOFinal Takeoff
FTOFreezer to Oven (dough products)
FTOFlight Training Officer (US Air Force ROTC)
FTOFuel Trip Optimizer (trains)
FTOFunky Town Osaka (song title)
FTOForeign Training Officer
FTOFull-Time Occlusion (ophthalmology)
FTOFluorinated Tin Oxide
FTOFoundation for Transparency in Offshoring (Chantilly, VA)
FTOFlight Test Objective
FTOFine Troy Ounce
FTOFigure The Odds
FTOField Ticket Office
FTOFight the Octopus
FTOFull Time Off (leave day)
FTOFaery Tale Online (game)
FTOFinal Technical Order
FTOFlex Targeting Officer (Air Operations Center position)
FTOFraction of Transportation Power Supplied by Oil (Carolina Environmental Program)
References in periodicals archive ?
The common rs9939609 variant of the fat mass and obesity-associated gene is associated with obesity risk in children and adolescents of Beijing, China.
Rs9939609 variant of the fat mass and obesity-associated gene and trunk obesity in adolescents.
Association of a common rs9939609 variant in the fat mass and obesity-associated (FTO) gene with obesity and metabolic phenotypes in a Taiwanese population: a replication study.
Caption: Figure 1: Electrophoresis of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) products on agarose gel 1.5% using the Tetra ARMS-PCR for the (a) fat mass and obesity-associated and (b) melanocortin-4 receptor genes.
Association between fat mass and obesity-associated (FTO) gene and hip fracture susceptibility.
Recently, FTO (fat mass and obesity-associated gene), located on chromosomal locus 16q12.2, was unequivocally associated with increased body mass index across a number of genomewide association studies.
(3) The fat mass and obesity-associated gene (FTO) was the first obesity-associated locus in cohorts of Europeans, European Americans, and Hispanic Americans.