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NR

1 abbreviation for no response.
2 abbreviation for nodal rhythm.

NR

Abbreviation for:
nasal (airflow) resistance
natural resistance
natural rubber
nearest relative  
nephrogenic rests
nerve root
neuroleptic responsive
nitrate reductase
nitrogen retention
NMDA receptor
no radiation
no reaction
no recurrence
no refill
no response
no respiration
non-reactive
normal range
not recommended
non-reactive
non-reducing
non-resistance
non-response
normal range
normal response
not remarkable
nuclear receptor
nuclease resistant
nutrient restriction
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