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Biomedical Sciences Acronym and Abbreviation

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CP: Cerebral palsy
CP: cleft palate
CP: chronic phase
CP: connecting peptide
CP: cytogenetics chromosome painting
CP: capsular polysaccharides
CP: chromosome painting
CP: Chlamydia pneumoniae
CP: Capping protein
CP: coat protein
CP: Cervical pregnancy
CP: continuous polymerization
CP: Choroid plexus
CP: cancer procoagulant
CP: cleft palates
CP: chromosomal protein
CP: chromosomal proteins
CP: capsular polysaccharide
CP: chromosome polysomy
CP: chronic periodontitis
CP: Chuvash polycythemia
CP: cerebellar Purkinje
CP: chronic pancreatitis
CP: condensation pattern
CP: Chondrodysplasia punctata
CP: chromatin proteins
CP: cysteine proteinase
CP: compaction protein
CP: cells of cytogenetic preparations
CP: chronic phases
CP: CML in chronic phase
CP: corrected P
CP: cancer patients
CPAP: continuous positive airway pressure
CPB: Colorado potato beetle
CPC: Choroid plexus carcinomas
CPC: choroid plexus carcinoma
CPC: capsular polysaccharide complex
CPC: cleft palate clinics
CPC: Centro de Patologia Celular
CPC: coefficient of partial correlation
CPC: conventional thyroid papillary carcinoma
CPC: calcium phosphate cement
CPC: circulating progenitor cells
CPC: choroid plexus cyst
CPC: confined placental chimerism
CPC: cases with choroid plexus carcinoma
CPCs: choroid plexus cysts
CPD: cyclobutane pyrimidine dimer
CPD: chronic phase duration
CPD: carrying cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers
cpd: cycles per degree
CPD: chronic peritoneal dialysis
CPD: critical point drying
CPDN: cystic partially differentiated nephroblastoma
CPDs: cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers
CPDs: cumulative population doublings
CPDs: cyclobutane pyramidine dimers
CPE: chromosomal position effect
CPE: Clostridium perfringens enterotoxin
CPE: chronic parietal endocarditis
CPEB: cytoplasmic polyadenylation element binding
CPEO: chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia
CPEO: chronic progressive external ophtalmoplegia
CPF: congenital preauricular fistula
CpGV: Cydia pomonella granulosis virus
CpGV: Cydia pomonella granulovirus
cph: carcinogenesis promotion hamster
CPH: chronic persistent hepatitis
cph: congenital progressive hydronephrosis
CPHD: combined pituitary hormone deficiency
CPHD: cause combined pituitary hormone deficiency
CPI: cell proliferation index
CPI: cellular proliferation index
CPI: cysteine proteinase inhibitor
CPK: cell proliferation kinetics
cpk: congenital polycystic kidney
cpk: containing the congenital polycystic kidney
cpk: congenital polycystic kidneys
CPL: chronic prolymphocytic leukemia
CPM: Confined placental mosaicism
CPM: cases of confined placental mosaicism
CPM: cell Confined placental mosaicism
CPM: case of confined placental mosaicism
CPM: contribution of confined placental mosaicism
CPM: CVS represented confined placental mosaicism
CPM: CVS show confined placental mosaicism
CPM: continuous passive motion
CPO: cleft palate only
CPP: choroid plexus papillomas
CPP: cumulative position plots
CPP: cycles per pulse
CPP: copalyl pyrophosphate
CPP: cases with choroid plexus papilloma
CPP: cancer proneness phenotype
CPPD: concentrations promoting calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate
CPPD: calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate
CPR: complete pathologic response
CPR: CHR and complete phenotypic remission
CPR: cytochrome P450 reductase
cPR: chicken progesterone receptor
cps: capsular polysaccharide synthesis
CPS: critical pulmonary stenosis
CPS: complex partial seizures
CPS: closed pulled straws
CPS: called closed pulled straws
CPS: CBF and cerebral protein synthesis
CPSE: complex partial status epilepticus
CPSI: carbamyl phosphate synthetase I
CPSI: carbamyl phosphate synthetase
CPT: choroid plexus tumors
cpTi: compared to commercially pure titanium
CPVT: catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia
CPVT: Calcified portal vein thromboemboli
CQ: Chimerism quantification
CR: complete remission
CR: complete response
CR: centric rings
CR: complete remissions
CR: clonal relationship
CR: Congo red
CR: chromosomal rearrangements
CR: colonies on Congo red
CR: consider complete remission
CR: cortical reaction
CR: cytogenetic complete remission
CR: can achieve complete remission
CR: clinical remission
CR: continued complete remission
CR: conception rate
CR: CRT was clinical response
CR: caloric restriction
CR: cytogenetic response
CR: clubroot resistance
CR: control region
CR: Charles River
CR: complement receptor
CR: completed remission
CR: chronic caloric restriction
CR: chronic lifelong caloric restriction
CR: calorically restricted
CR: connecting region
CR: cytogenetics with complete remission
CR: Consistent with catabolite repression
CR: continuing until complete remission
CR: catabolite regulation
CR: cleavage ratio
CR: cases in complete remission
CR: chemotherapy complete remission
CR: complete clinical remission
CR: conserved regions
CR: contain three conserved regions
CR: cases acquired complete remission
CR: critical region
CRABP: cellular retinoic acid binding protein
CRAG: cerebral radionuclide angiograms
CRAS: coding region activating sequences
CRAS: coding region activating sequence
crb: congo red binding
CRBC: chicken red blood cells
cRBC: chicken red blood cell
CRBP: cellular retinol binding protein
CRC: Cancer Research Campaign
CRC: Chromosome Research Center
CRC: calcium release channel
CRC: Chromosome Research Centre
CRC: colon and rectal cancer
crc: catabolite repression control
cRCC: clear cell renal cell carcinoma
cRCC: cell carcinomas
cRCC: cell carcinoma
CRCCs: clear cell type renal cell carcinomas
CRCCs: conventional renal cell carcinomas
CRCs: Collaborative Recruitment Centers
CRD: carbohydrate recognition domain
CRD: containing one carbohydrate recognition domain
cre: contains a catabolite responsive element
CRE: cAMP response element
CRE: consensus cAMP response element
CRE: cAMP response elements
CRE: contained the cAMP responsive element
CRE: cAMP regulatory element
CREA: chromosomal region expression array
CREF: cloned rat embryo fibroblast
CREM: cAMP responsive element modulator
CREM: cAMP response element modulator
CREs: cAMP response elements
CRF: chronic renal failure
CRF: corticotropin releasing factor
CRG: compensatory renal growth
CRH: corticotropin releasing hormone
CRH: compensatory renal hypertrophy
CRHD: Congenital radial head dislocation
CRI: congenital recessive ichthyosis
CRI: cumulative replication index
CRI: control region I
CRI: catheter related infections
CRISPR: clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats
CRL: crown rump length
CRL: Candida rugosa lipase
CRL: characters control root length
CRM: cross reactive materials
crmA: cytokine response modifier A
CRMO: Chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis
CRMPs: collapsin response mediator proteins
CRP: cAMP receptor protein
Crp: catabolite repressor protein
CRP: collagen related peptide
Crp: complex and catabolite repression protein
CRP: C reactive protein
CRP: coli cAMP receptor protein
CRPS: complex regional pain syndrome
CRPV: Cottontail rabbit papillomavirus
CRR: conserved region
CRR: common retained region
CRR: Complete remission rate
CrRCC: Chromophobe Renal Cell Carcinomas
CRS: contains a CAG repetitive sequence
CRS: congenital rubella syndrome
CRS: contain repressor sequences
CRSF: cytokine receptor superfamily
CRW: comparative RNA web
CS: Cockayne syndrome
cs: catalytic subunit
CS: cultivar Chinese Spring
CS: cell survival
CS: condition stimulus
CS: chordoid sarcoma
CS: Centromere spreading
CS: class switch
CS: chromosomal segment
CS: complement of cleavage stage
CS: cervicothoracic somite
CS: conserved segments
CS: chondroitin sulfate
CS: cross Chinese Spring
CS: Chinese Spring
CS: Cushing syndrome
CS: chorionic somatomammotropins
CS: Cowden syndrome
CS: chronic synovitis
CS: common wheat Chinese Spring
CS: classified as clinical stage
CS: cleavage stage
CS: cause Cowden syndrome
CS: concentrations of calf serum
CS: cholesterol sulfate
CS: circumscribed scleroderma
CS: Congenital scoliosis
CS: Currarino syndrome
CS: citrate synthase
CS: calf serum
CS: chorionic somatomammotropin
CS: classical satellite
CS: chromosome separation
cs: cold sensitive
CS: centromere splitting
CS: criteria for Cockayne Syndrome
CS: cystathionine synthase
CS: Cholesterol sulphate
CS: Constant Spring
CS: corpus striatum
CS: coding for citrate synthase
CS: conserved sequence
Cs: Cordyceps sinensis
CSA: Cockayne syndrome A
CSA: colony survival assay
CSA: CD36 to chondroitin sulphate A
CSA: colony stimulating activity
CSA: chronic spontaneous abortions
CSA: chicken serum albumin
CSB: Cockayne syndrome B
CSC: cigarette smoke condensate
CSC: cardiac stem cell
CSC: cell cycle and splicing complex
CSC: chemicals in cigarette smoke condensate
CSC: collection of circulating stem cells
CSCC: cervical squamous cell carcinomas
CSCCs: cervical squamous cell carcinomas
CSCs: chromosomal structural changes
CSCs: cigarette smoke condensates
CSD: chromo shadow domain
CSD: Congenital sodium diarrhea
CSD: cat scratch disease
CSD: chromosomal sex determination
csd: complementary sex determiner
CSD: complementary sex determination
CSD: cold shock domain
CSD: congenital skin defects
csda: combined continuous slowing down approximation
CSDI: Chromosome Size Difference Index
cSDR: constitutive stable DNA replication
CSE: conserved sequence element
CSEs: conserved sequence elements
CSF: classical swine fever
CSF: colony stimulating factor
CSF: containing colony stimulating factor
CSF: cerebral spinal fluid
CSF: colony stimulating factors
CSFV: classical swine fever virus
CSG: called the complex selection graph
CSGE: conformation sensitive gel electrophoresis
CSH: centromere structural heterochromatin
CSH: chromosome segment homozygosity
CSHL: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
cSHRs: chromosome congenic spontaneous hypertensive rats
CSIs: cumulative sibship indices
CSL: chromosome specific library
CSLFM: confocal scanning laser fluorescence microscope
CSLM: confocal scanning laser microscope
CSLM: confocal scanning laser microscopy
CSLM: confocal scanning light microscopy
CSLs: chromosome specific libraries
CSNB: congenital stationary night blindness
CSNBi: congenital stationary night blindness
CSNBX: congenital stationary night blindness
cSNPs: coding single nucleotide polymorphisms
cSNPs: coding region single nucleotide polymorphisms
CSOs: conserved segments ordered
CSP: Competence stimulatory peptide
CSP: cortical silent period
CSP: cold shock protein
CspB: cold shock protein
CSPG: Chondroitin sulphate proteoglycans
CSPs: cold shock proteins
CSPs: conserved cold shock proteins
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