While multiple lines of evidence have suggested that diet can impact human disease, the scientific mechanism involved was a mystery.
What does MLE stand for?
MLE stands for Multiple Lines of Evidence
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- Ministry of Labour and Environment (Bangladesh)
- Missile Launch Envelope
- Mission Level Evaluation
- Mode of the Likelihood
- Model Law Engineer (National Council of Examiners certification for Engineering and Surveying)
- Modified Ludzack-Ettinger (process used for wastewater treatment)
- Molecular Layer Epitaxy
- Multi-Lamellar Emulsion
- Multi-Level Effects
- Multi-Line Entry
- Mycobacterium Leprae
- Maximum Likelihood Estimation via Expectation Maximization
- Major Lower Extremity Amputation
- Maritime Law Enforcement Academy (US Coast Guard)
- Merrill Lynch Equities Australia Ltd. (investment)
- Metropolitan Law Enforcement Agency
- Minimal Linear Equivalent Analysis
- Montana Law Enforcement Academy
- Multi-Line Exclusive Agents (Insurance)
- Malignant Lymphoepithelial lesion with Anaplastic Carcinomatous Change
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According to glaciologist and lead author Eric Rignot, of UC Irvine and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, said that the study presents multiple lines of evidence, incorporating 40 years of observations that indicate the glaciers in the Amundsen Sea sector of West Antarctica "have passed the point of no return.
The data presented at the AACR included multiple lines of evidence both in cell-based assays and xenograft tumor models.
Multiple lines of evidence show water was present in both the high angle vapour plume and the ejecta curtain created by the LCROSS Centaur impact.
Multiple lines of evidence suggest that psychological and psychosocial factors significantly affect the cardiovascular system and play an important role in the etiopathogenesis of cardiovascular disorders.
North said that largescale surface temperature reconstructions "are only one of multiple lines of evidence supporting the conclusion that climatic warming is occurring in response to human activities.
Interpretation of the results can be supported by multiple lines of evidence, such as land use data and presence of wastewater chemicals such as caffeine, when pointing to sources of contamination.
This recent finding, alarming in its public health implications, is supported by multiple lines of evidence.