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NLR

Abbrev. for narrow-line region. See quasar.
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6] Recently, the neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR) was proposed as a useful biomarker of inflammation; the NLR is calculated by dividing the neutrophil count by the lymphocyte count.
Similarly value of NLR was also significantly higher in worst control (Group C) as compared to poor control(Group B) and excellent control (Group A) diabetes (4.
The demographic data of the patients, whole blood count parameters obtained on admission [such as WBC count, NLR, red blood cell distribution width (RDW), hemoglobin level, platelet count, PLR, and mean platelet volume (MPV)], fracture types of the patients, duration of hospital stay, and comorbidities and their outcomes at the hospital (discharge, death) were recorded in study forms.
Conclusions: NLR, PLR, and RDW were found to be significantly higher in patients with colorectal cancer than in healthy participants.
Conclusions: Our data indicate that the predictive significance of the NLR in mRCC cases involving targeted therapy depends on the metastatic organs.
We evaluated the area under the curve using receiver operating characteristic curve in order to evaluate the discrimination value of NLR and MPV for SLE patients with or without nephritis.
San Francisco, California-based Elafris has partnered with Rancho Santa Margarita, California-based NLR Resources to deliver technology and payment processing services to companies that use the Elafris platform, the company said.
Isuzu Trucks, a subsidiary of Isuzu Motor Company (TYO: 7202), has introduced its new NLR 45-150 Servicepack model in Australia.
In this paper, we reviewed the clinical studies dealing with SIR-related biomarkers in association with oncologic outcomes in UC, with a special focus on NLR.
However, NLR and platelet-lymphocyte ratio (PLR) have not been used in the diagnosis of AECOPD.