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INSL3

A gene on chromosome 19p13.2-p12 that encodes an insulin-like hormone produced in gonadal tissue which may be involved in the development of urogenital tract and female fertility, as well as regulate growth and differentiation of the gubernaculum, thereby mediating intra-abdominal testicular descent.

Molecular pathology
INSL3 mutations may be associated with cryptorchidism.

RLF

1. Retrolental fibroplasia.
2. Right lateral femoral.

fibroplasia

(fī″brō-plā′sē-ă) [″ + Gr. plasis, a molding]
The development of fibrous tissue, as in wound healing or by other stimulating factors, e.g., as retrolental fibroplasia in the neonate due to the administration of excessive oxygen.

retrolental fibroplasia

Abbreviation: RLF
Retinopathy of prematurity.

retrolental fibroplasia

Abbreviation: RLF
Retinopathy of prematurity.
See also: fibroplasia
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If the RSRP from the serving eNB at the moment when the Handover Command message is transmitted (after the TTT + HO preparation delay) is less than [P.sub.RLF], the delivery of the Handover Command message sent during the HO execution phase will most likely fail as the transmission will be conducted in the RLF region, as shown in Fig.
The RLF can be used in a standalone environment, but is an excellent companion to CTS's Clearplex band-pass filter and duplexer products.
When the UE detects that the link to its serving cell(s) is weak for a certain time step [T.sub.RLF], it declares the link to be in RLF. For example, the count of the time steps towards [T.sub.RLF] is started when the SINR [[gamma].sub.u](n) is less than a certain out-of-sync threshold T[H.sub.out].
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In the detection stage, inspired by [12], K-nearest neighbor (KNN) is adopted to detect anomaly macrocell and picocells, when collected periodical measurements start to become similar to the previously known radio link failure (RLF) samples.