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LSALight Sport Aircraft
LSALink State Advertisements
LSALiterature, Science, and the Arts (university)
LSALatent Semantic Analysis
LSALinguistic Society of America
LSALocal Security Authority (Windows NT)
LSALearning Support Assistant
LSALegal Services Agency
LSALow Specific Activity
LSALaw and Society Association (Amherst, MA)
LSALogistics Support Analysis
LSALink-State Algorithm
LSALife Saving Appliance(s)
LSALogistics Support Area
LSALabor Surplus Area
LSALysergic Acid Amide (alkaloid with a chemical structure similar to LSD)
LSALocal Spiritual Assembly (Institution of the Baha'i Faith)
LSALife Support Area
LSALichen Sclerosus et Atrophicus
LSALymphosarcoma (cancer of the lymphatic system)
LSALate Stone Age
LSALifetime Savings Account
LSAList of Sections Affected
LSALaser Surface Authentication
LSALocal Service Area
LSALeukemia Society of America
LSAd-Lysergic Acid Amide
LSALead Sheet Association (UK)
LSALubricant, Small Arms
LSALa Salle Academy (Iligan City, Philippines)
LSALaser Spike Annealing (semiconductor process supported by Ultratech)
LSALead Standardization Activity
LSALine Sharing Adapter
LSALayered Scalable Architecture
LSALaunch Services Agreement
LSALinux Standards Association
LSALogic State Analyzer
LSALilly Software Associates, Inc.
LSALotus Solution Architecture
LSALaSalle Academy (various locations)
LSALocal Security Administrator
LSALouisiana Statutes Annotated
LSALoss of Situational Awareness
LSALutheran Student Association
LSALimited Space charge Accumulation
LSALarge-Scale Array
LSALinear Servo Actuator
LSALondon Small Arms Company
LSALarge Space Antenna
LSALeast Square Approximation
LSALoyal Supporters Association
LSALightship Sailors Association (US Coast Guard)
LSALandform-Sediment Assemblage
LSALego Space Alliance
LSALogistics Support Agency
LSALicensed Surgical Assistant
LSALicensed Staff Agreement (State Farm Insurance)
LSALanding Ship Assault
LSALatino Students Association
LSALeventhal School of Accounting (University of Southern California)
LSALouisiana Shooting Association (Metairie, LA)
LSALiberty Search Associates, Inc. (Clearwater, FL)
LSALebanese Society of Anesthesiologists
LSALouisville Swim Association
LSALigno-Sulfonic Acid
LSALaura Shanks Associates (UK)
LSALothian Surgical Audit
LSALocal Search Approach
LSALimited Security Area
LSALarge Sample Approximation
LSAList of Code of Federal Regulations Sections Affected (manual detailing changes to the CFR)
LSALevel Shift Amplifier
LSALogistics Module - Stand Alone
LSALogistic System Acquisition
LSALocal Services Agreement
LSALow Solar Absorbency (paint with reflective properties in the near infrared spectrum)
LSALearning Skills Assessment
LSALicense of the Society of Apothecaries
LSALightwave Signal Analyzer
LSALine Source Antenna
LSALogistics Systems Analysis/Analyst
LSALemming Society of America
LSALow Speed Auxiliary
LSALogistics Systems Architects
LSALogistics Service Agreement
LSALow Source Alignment
LSALabor Service Agency
LSALogistical Support Agency
LSALubricant, Semifluid, Automatic weapons
LSALine Shaft Assembly
LSALower Surficial Aquifer (Florida water source)
LSALeading Supply Assistant (UK naval rank or rating level)
LSALicensed Space Arrangement
LSALinear Separation Assembly (US NASA)
LSALiving Spring Academy (Iligan City, Phillipines)
LSALinux System Administrator (computer job)
LSALife Science Angels (investing)
LSALegal Sector Alliance (climate change)
LSALead State Agency
LSALiquid Solar Array (Sunengy Pty. Ltd.; Australia)
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End Results in Lymphosarcoma Treated by Toxin Therapy Alone or Combined with Surgery and/or Radiation or with Concurrent Bacterial Infection, New York Cancer Research Institute Inc.
As shown in Table 1, the WHW-lipopeptide showed significant inhibitory activity in the metastasis of the lymphosarcoma RAW117 H10 cells to the liver.
1997) found that mortality was not increased for lymphosarcoma and reticulosarcoma, but was slightly elevated for "other lymphatic neoplasms" (SMR = 1.
Lymphoma, also called lymphosarcoma, is one of the most common cancers to occur in dogs.
The most common type of neoplasia in the deployed dogs was hematopoietic (two dogs with lymphosarcoma, one with multiple myeloma, and one with tonsilar squamous cell carcinoma).
Femoral thrombosis has been previously described in a dog with intestinal lymphosarcoma and hypoproteinemia (Ihle et al 1996).
Prognostic Variables in Canine Multicentric Lymphosarcoma.
Total body radiation as treatment for lymphosarcoma.
He could not culture the virus from two lymphosarcoma patients' blood cultures, but had positive results from five other patients with the same disease.
Virus-like particles in phytohemagglutinin-stimulated lymphocyte cultures with reference to bovine lymphosarcoma.