PLO

(redirected from Plos)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms.

PLO

Abbreviation for pluronic lecithin organogel.
References in periodicals archive ?
Lifting this PLO and the Bering Glacier plan goes a long way toward reigning in the BLMs overreach and restoring the multiple-use directive for our public lands.
One goal of the PLOS ONE study is to educate the public that things like a banana with a brown spot can still be eaten.
And we wanted to make sure that anyone visiting plos.org can easily find out anything about PLOS--who we are, where we're headed, how to submit research, and of course the research itself."
Co-authors of the PLOS Genetics paper include Emory biologists Jinyi Xing, Yang Liu and Davide Faggionato; Syracuse University biologist William Starmer; and Ahmet Altun, a chemist and former post-doc at Emory who is now at Fatih University in Istanbul, Turkey.
PLOS are leaders in ALMs and are an ideal partner to make innovative uses of F1000Prime data."
The paper, published today in the journal PLOS ONE, found that many older people may not recognise they are heavy drinkers if they don't see themselves as dependent and therefore having a problem.
The research was published online May 14, 2013 in PLOS ONE.
The paper, published in PLoS Pathogens, presents a simple climate-based model that maps influenza activity globally and accounts for the diverse range of seasonal patterns observed across temperate, subtropical and tropical regions.
PLOS One So it's timely thatresearch published in the journal suggests another way of dealing with depression.
PubMed and journal websites were used to examine articles in PLOS ONE, Blood, the Journal of Biological Chemistry, and Oncogene to remove false positives and identify true positives that may not have appeared in the original search.
Previous work by the same team, published in PLOS ONE in 2010, has already shown that mealworms themselves produce less greenhouse gases than other animals grown for meat.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A recent study published in the journal Plos One on Wednesday suggests that fetal yawning is not simply a mouth opening.