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SISports Illustrated
SISlovenia (international code)
SISilicon
SISystems Integration
SISystème International d'Unités (international system of units based on the Meter, Kilogram, Second, Ampere, Kelvin, Candela, and Mole)
SISystem Information (Norton Utilities)
SISystem Information
SIStatutory Instrument (UK Legislation term)
SIService Information
SISchool of Information (university)
SISelf-Injury
SISquare Inch(es)
SISmithsonian Institution
SISupplemental Instruction
SISignal Integrity
SISpark Ignition
SIShift In
SISlightly Included (second lowest quality of diamond)
SISerious Injury
SIInternational System of Units (metric system; more commonly seen as ISU)
SISouth Island (New Zealand)
SIStaten Island
SISistema Informativo
SIStructural Integrity
SISystèmes d'Information
SIStandardization (Flight) Instructor
SISystem International
SISite Investigation
SISystem Integrator
SISuperimpose
SISensory Integration
SISexual Intercourse
SISystem Interface
SISports Interactive (game)
SIStill Image
SIShut-In
SISmall Intestine
SISeriously Ill
SISelf Inflicted
SIScientific Investigation
SISistema de Informação
SISystems Integrator
SISacroiliac
SISingapore Idol (Singapore TV show)
SIStudy Island (software)
SIStrategic Initiative (management)
SISelf-Insert (fiction)
SISoftware Item
SISimply Irresistible (song)
SISpeaker Independent
SISelf-Incompatibility (botany)
SIScience and Industry
SISacroiliac Joint
SIShadow Image
SISiena, Toscana (Italian province)
SISwine Influenza
SISite Inspection
SISystems Intelligence (psychological theory)
SISwap-In
SISoroptimist International
SISub Inspector
SISimple Interest
SISynergos Institute (San Diego, CA)
SISoftice (debugger)
SIService Index
SISwarm Intelligence
SISudden Impact (movie)
SISource Index
SISuicidal Ideation
SIScientific Instrument
SISensitive Item (algorithm)
SIStep-Index
SIService Indicator (SS7 SCCP)
SISituationist International (governing body of political dissidents circa 1968)
SISpecialty Item
SISPARC International, Inc.
SIService Integrator
SISemiconductor International
SIShared Interest (New York, NY)
SISide Information
SISpecial Instruction
SISchweizer Informatiker Gesellschaft (Zurich, Switzerland)
SIShrouded Isles (gaming, Dark Age of Camelot add-on)
SISilicon Image, Inc
SISpecific Impulse (measure of efficiency of rocket engines)
SISurface Impoundment
SISpecial Intelligence
SISpecial Inspection
SISimplified Issue (life insurance)
SISaturation Index
SISignal Interference
SIScience Instrument (Hubble Telescope)
SISoil Investigation
SISimilarity Index
SIStrategic Investor
SISpeech Impairment
SIShift-Invariant
SISalt Institute
SISolution Implementation
SISummons Issued
SISarcasm Intended
SISystematic Innovation
SISailing Instruction
SISecurity Inspector
SISolving International
SIStrange Interlude (Eugene O'Neill book)
SISensitivity Information
SISelf-Insertion (fan fiction)
SIShipping Instruction
SISiilinjärvi (Finnish)
SISexually Inappropriate
SISecondary Injection
SISolar Influences
SIScalable Infrastructure
SISkill Identifier (US Army)
SISucrase-Isomaltase Deficiency
SISettlement Instruction
SISurveillance and Intelligence
SISelf Isolation
SISafeguards Information
SISafe Intake
SIStandardization and Interoperability
SISpiritual Intervention (religious doctrine)
SISurveillance Index
SIStraight-In Approach
SISpray Injection
SISergeant Instructor
SISaint Ignatius College Preparatory (San Francisco, California)
SISmoothness Index
SISociety for India (Cornell University)
SISummary Investigation
SIScintillation Index
SISupporting Installation
SISamahang Ilokano (Filipino college organization)
SISolar Inertial
SISupplementary Insulation
SISponsor Identification
SISurveyor Intern
SISport Injected (Honda)
SISimple Interference
SISector Iridectomy (partial removal of the iris of the eye)
SISeptuagint Institute (Trinity Western University, Canada)
SISelective Interchange
SISemiconductor Ignition
SISafety/Site Inspection
SIShadow Instruction (computer instruction set)
SISharma Industries
SISomatosensory Receiving Area (in parietal lobe of cortex)
SISpokane International Railroad Company
SISignaling Intelligence
SINormalized Subthreshold Swing
SISippy International
SISlave Illuminator
SISystems Industries, Incorporated
SISocietatis Iesu, Latin for Society of Jesus, Jesuits (religious order)
SISecretaría Indigenista (Spanish: Indigenous Secertariat)
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A valuable asset to this research is the USDA Swine Influenza Surveillance System--an APHIS program that ARS helped develop.
Triple-reassortant swine influenza A (H1) in humans in the United States, 2005-2009.
* Devise corrective measures for pipeline projects by understanding Swine Influenza pipeline depth and focus of Indication therapeutics.
Department of Agriculture's swine influenza virus (SIV) surveillance program along with data on influenza A (H3N2) viruses in swine.
As of October 1, 2009, swine influenza has killed, in India, a total of 328 individuals (7), of which, 93 per cent (305) were from States in the western and southern (W & S) part of the country with a high case : fatality ratio of 4.7 per cent.
Swine influenza an outbreak, Fort Dix, New Jersey, 1976.
Although swine influenza viruses are normally species specific and only infect pigs, they do sometimes cross the species barrier to cause disease in humans.
Swine influenza infections generally produce mild or no symptoms in both pigs and humans.
In the United States, most swine influenza cases reported before 1998 were caused by one strain of flu virus.
Isolation of a novel swine influenza virus from Oklahoma in 2011 which is distantly related to human influenza C viruses.
Swine influenza viruses are spread from pig to pig but are not known to spread through human contact with pork or pork products.
The new virus and the evolving pandemic situation: The novel influenza A (H1N1) virus has the genetic structure resulting from reassortment of genes from four influenza viruses viz., North American swine influenza, Asia/Europe swine influenza, human influenza and avian influenza (non H5).