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Ido (ēˈdō), short name of Esperandido, an artificial language that is a simplified version of Esperanto. See international language.
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(Esperanto for “descendant” or “offspring”), an international auxiliary language based on Esperanto, established by the Delegation for the Adoption of an International Auxiliary Language in Paris in 1907. The Frenchman L. de Beaufront created it, and the French logician L. Couturat worked to improve and disseminate it; they both were trying to simplify word formation. A journal in Ido, Progreso, is published in Geneva (since 1908).


Drezen, E. Ocherk istorii idei mezhdunarodnogo iazyka, part 1. Moscow, 1922.
Kofman. A. Slovar’mezhdunarodnogo iazyka, Ido, part 1. Odessa, 1910.
Jacob, H. “Ido.” In his book A Planned Auxiliary Language, part 1, ch. 2. LONDON, 1947.
Kotzin, B. Historio kaj teorio de Ido. Moscow, 1913.
Beaufront, L. de. Grammaire complete de la langue internationale (systeme Ido). Paris, 1908.
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Nevertheless, we previously reported that an increased expression of IDO occurs in human gastric mucosa colonized by H.
He added that while everyone has the IDO gene, it's the cancer cells in this scenario that activate the disabler of the immune response that is also used by the fetus and solid tumours.
However, no study has been conducted to evaluate how IDO level can be correlated to seropositive leprosy subjects (IgM anti PGL - 1 level more than 600 unit/ml) and have not showed a clinical manifestation on the skin.
Louis, MO, USA) in tris-buffered saline (TBS; pH 7.6) for 3 h at room temperature and incubated with IDO and glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase antiserum (Abcam Co., Cambridge, MA, USA) diluted at 1:1000 in TBS overnight at 4[degrees]C.
Membrane was incubated with primary antibodies against IDO 1:700 (sc25808), iNOS 1:500 (aa 781-798, Clone 2D2-B2, MAB9502, R&D Systems).
Similarly, the severity of depressive symptoms in patients with major depression was correlated with activity of IDO, the rate-limiting enzyme of the KP [2].
Innovation Development Oman (IDO) was established by the State General Reserve Fund, Oman Oil Company, The Research Council and Oman Telecommunications Co.
On the occasion of the inauguration of the Innovation Development Oman Holding SAOC (IDO), Dr.
The others will be for: 1.5 million liters of IDO for the Malaya thermal power plant with a budget of P41 million; 800,000 liters of IDO for PB 104 for another P22 million; 60,000 liters of IDO for Southern Philippines Power Corporation amounting to P1.7 million; 20,000 liters of IDO for the Western Mindanao Power Corporation for P0.6 million; and 240,000 liters of engine lubricating oil for P21 million.
Chairman of the Council of Trustees of IDO, Field Marshal Abdul-Rahman Mohammed Hassan Suwar Al-Dahab while he was addressing the launching ceremony of the National Fund for Kidney Patients, lauded the continuous coordination between IDO and Ministry of Health resulted in providing 10 kidney transplantation machines at cost of 384 thousand euros, 30 seats with cost mounted to 294 thousand euros to be distributed in coordination with the Fund and 198 thousand euros for purchase of 10 new machines and 10 laundering seats.
The guest speaker was Ambassador Ido Aharoni, Consul General of Israel in New York, who shared his views about current events in the Middle East.
The new study shows that indolcominc 2,3 dioxygenase, or IDO, widely known to dampen the immune response and create tolerance, plays an important role in regulating inflammation in that scenario.