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gastrointestinal

 [gas″tro-in-tes´tĭ-nal]
pertaining to the stomach and intestine.
gastrointestinal protein loss test administration of a radioisotope-labeled protein intravenously to determine the loss of plasma proteins in the gastrointestinal tract.

GI

Abbreviation for gastrointestinal; Gingival Index.

GI

gastrointestinal.

GI

abbr.
1. galvanized iron
2. gastrointestinal
3. general issue
4. Government Issue

GI

abbreviation for gastrointestinal.

GI

adjective Gastrointestinal

GI

Abbreviation for gastrointestinal;
Gingival Index.

GI

abbrev.
  1. GLYCAEMIC INDEX.
  2. ‘GeneInfo Identifier’ (in BIOINFORMATICS) a number assigned to a NUCLEOTIDE sequence or PROTEIN translation in order to identify that sequence.

GI

gastrointestinal/glycaemic index

GI

Abbreviation for gastrointestinal; Gingival Index.

GI

gastrointestinal; globin (zinc) insulin.
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ESRI has spent more than 35 years providing the core GIS technology platform to energy businesses of all sizes, and we've partnered with leading industry vendors to meet the full range of utility business needs," says Jack Dangermond, president of ESRI.
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