What patients need to understand, however, is that when someone looks old for their age, it's not just because of these intrinsic factors, but largely as a result of their environmental and lifestyle choices," explains Dr.
What does IF stand for?
IF stands for Intrinsic Factor
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We have 26 other meanings of IF in our Acronym Attic
- Internal Flush
- Internal Focusing
- Internally Flawless (2nd highest quality of diamond)
- International Falls (city on the Minnesota/Canada border)
- International Federation (sports)
- International Fleet (Ender's Game novel)
- International Fleet (game and book)
- Internationally Flawless (diamonds)
- Interrupt Flag
- Interstitial Fluid
Samples in periodicals archive:
Manufacturers of automated vitamin B12 assays recommend that patients be tested for intrinsic factor antibodies if test results for serum vitamin B12 conflict with the clinical diagnosis.
Mutual cooperation and respect, as well as environmental protection and sustainability, are intrinsic factors in all of Boehringer Ingelheim's endeavours.
They also address the instrumental, normative, and intrinsic factors that influence a firm's decision to be responsible to all stakeholders instead of just shareholders.
However, intrinsic factors, such as the equity to asset ratios, are also supportive of high MDB ratings.
The degree of preservation depends both on extrinsic factors (the character of the terrain and type of burial) and intrinsic factors (the character of the bone).
We believe that students in the UK who have adopted an inactive way of life may be influenced by intrinsic factors, such as those mentioned within the article, to a greater extent than proposed.
According to it, women put more emphasis on intrinsic factors at work such as the work environment and derive more pleasure from it, while men rather focus on extrinsic factors such as their salary.