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     An electronic protocol book with 500 protocols and 100 recipes. A great quick and practical reference for bench scientists as well as for new students.   Get A Copy      A collection of tools frequently used by bench biomedical scientists, ranging from centrifugation force conversion, molecular weight, OD, recipe calculators, to clinical calculators. Include all Primo 3.4, Abie 3.0, Heatmap Viewer, MicroHelper, Godlist Manager, label printing, and grade book.   More info

Biomedical Sciences Acronym and Abbreviation

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GSEs: grape seed extracts
GSF: Genital skin fibroblast
GSF: genital skin fibroblasts
GSG: genome similarity graph
GSHV: ground squirrel hepatitis virus
GSI: glutamine synthetase I
GSII: glutamine synthetase II
GSL: Genetic Simulation Library
GSMA: Genome Search method
GSP: general secretory pathway
GSP: general secretion pathway
Gsps: general stress proteins
GSPs: grain softness proteins
GSR: gutter shaped root
GSR: glutathione synthetase reductase
GSs: gene signatures
GSS: Genetic sexing strains
GSS: granulomatous slack skin
GSS: gene encoding human glutathione synthetase
GSS: Genomic Sequence Sampling
GSTs: Genomic signature tags
GSTs: genome sequence tags
GT: gene targeting
GT: gene trap
GT: Glanzmann thrombasthenia
GT: gelatinization temperature
gt: Gray tremor
GTA: gene transfer agent
GTD: gestational trophoblastic disease
GTDT: generalized transmission disequilibrium test
GTEC: green tea epicatechin compounds
GTFs: general transcription factors
GTHR: Generalized thyroid hormone resistance
GTHV: green turtle herpesvirus
GTNs: gestational trophoblastic neoplasms
GTP: green tea polyphenols
GTSP: generalized traveling salesman problems
GTT: gestational trophoblastic tumor
GTZ: Gesellschaft Technische Zusammenarbeit
GUI: Graphical User Interface
gum: germ unit malformed
GV: germinal vesicle
GV: grown germinal vesicle
GV: gas vesicles
GV: gamma variable
GV: gas ventilation
GV: grown germinal vesicle
GV: growth velocity
GV: grown ovarian germinal vesicle
GV: germinal vessicle
GV: Gentian violet
GVB: germinal vesicle breakdown
GVBD: germinal vesicle breakdown
GVBD: germinal vesicle break down
GVBD: GV germinal vesicle breakdown
GVHD: graft versus host disease
GVHD: graft vs host disease
GVHD: graft v host disease
GvL: graft versus leukemia
GVNE: germinal vesicle nuclear envelope
GVP: gas vesicle protein
GVT: Germinal vesicle transplantation
GW: gestational weeks
GW: grain width
GW: gestation weeks
GWCF: glass wool column filtration
GWF: glass wool filtration
GWM: Gatersleben wheat microsatellites
GWS: genome wide screens
GWS: Gorkha Welfare Scheme
gX: genes for glycoprotein X
GY: grain yield
HA: hyaluronic acid
HA: high analgesia
HA: Hepatic adenoma
HA: hybridization asymmetry
HA: heterocyclic amines
HA: haemophilia A
HA: hydropic abortion
HA: hemophilia A
HA: haemolytic anaemia
HA: human amylin
HA: hereditary angioedema
HA: habitual abortion
HA: heteroduplex analysis
HA: hepatic adenomas
HA: Humic acid
HA: hydropic abortions
HA: high activity
HA: histocompatibility antigens
HA: Hungarian haemophilia A
HAART: Highly active antiretroviral therapy
HABR: hyaluronic acid binding region
HAC: Human Artificial Chromosome
HACs: Human artificial chromosomes
hADA: human adenine deaminase
HAEC: human artificial episomal chromosome
HAECs: human aortic endothelial cells
HAECs: human artificial episomal chromosomes
HAEST: human Akimoto endodermal sinus tumor
HAL: haploid autosomal length
HAL: hybrid acute leukemia
hAMFR: human autocrine motility factor receptor
HAN: hyperplastic alveolar nodule
hANP: human atrial natriuretic peptides
hAR: human androgen receptor
HARP: Heparin affin regulatory peptide
HARP: Hospital admission risk profile
HAS: hybrid adaptive spline
HAT: Human African Trypanosomiasis
HAT: histone acetyl transferase
HATs: histone acetyl transferases
HAV: hepatitis A virus
HAV: human hepatitis A virus
HAW: High Alcohol Withdrawal
HB: heparin binding
HB: Harlequin banding
HB: heavy band
HB: high breakage
HB: high bioactivation
Hbb: hemoglobin beta
HBC: human breast cancer
HBC: hereditary breast cancer
HBD: hormone binding domain
HBD: hypophosphataemic bone disease
HBD: hypophosphatemic bone disease
HBDC: human hilar bile duct carcinoma
HBDP: Hawaii Birth Defects Program
HBE: human bronchial epithelial
HBeAg: hepatitis B e antigen
HBEC: human breast epithelial cells
HBECs: human breast epithelial cells
hBH: human bleomycin hydrolase
HBID: Hereditary benign intraepithelial dyskeratosis
HBM: heredofamilial bilateral microphthalmia
HBMEC: human brain microvascular endothelial cell
HBMEC: human brain microvascular endothelial cells
HBMSC: Human bone marrow stromal cells
HBPs: hairpin binding proteins
HBR: hatched blastocyst rate
HBRA: high background radiation area
HBRA: high background radiation areas
HBRs: healthy blood relatives
HBs: hepatitis B surface
HBsAg: hepatitis B surface antigen
HBsAg: hepatitis B surface Ag
HBV: hepatitis B virus
HBV: hybridization of hepatitis B virus
HBV: hepatitis B viruses
HBV: Heterogeneity of hepatitis B virus
HBV: hepatitis B vaccination
HBV: human hepatitis B viral
HBV: human hepatitis B virus
HC: head circumference
HC: human chromosome
HC: heavy chain
HC: hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
Hc: hemolytic complement
HC: hematopoietic cell
HC: healthy children
HC: healthy controls
HC: high copy
HC: hematopoietic cells
HC: Histiocytoid cardiomyopathy
HC: high concordant
Hc: high cysteine
HC: hormonal contraceptives
HCA: Hurthle Cell Adenomas
HCA: hypothermic circulatory arrest
HCA: hydrophobic cluster analysis
HCAEC: human coronary arteriolar endothelial cells
hCAII: human carbonic anhydrase isozyme II
HCAR: Hungarian Congenital Abnormality Registry
HCC: Hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: human hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: hepatocellular carcinomas
HCC: hepatocellular adenoma and hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: Hepatoblastoma and hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: hybridization in hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: HCV induces hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: heterozygosity in hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: hepatitis B hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: human hepatocellular carcinomas
HCC: human hepatocellular carcinoma cell
HCC: human cancers including hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: human primary hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: hybridization analysis on hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: Hurthle cell carcinomas
HCC: human malignancies including heptatocellular carcinoma
HCC: Hong Hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: human colon carcinoma
HCC: hepatitis C hepatocellular carcinoma
HCC: human primary hepatocellular carcinomas
HCC: hyperplasia and hepatocellular carcinoma
HCCAA: Hereditary Cystatin C Amyloid Angiopathy
HCCLs: human colon cancer cell lines
HCCVMs: hyperkeratotic cutaneous capillary venous malformations
HCD: heavy chain diseases
HCD: Human gamma heavy chain disease
HCE: human corneal epithelial
HCE: HeLa and human corneal epithelial
HCF: human chromosome fragment
hCFs: human chromosome fragments
hCG: human chorionic gonadotropin
hCG: human chorionic gonadotrophin
hCG: human cathepsin G
HCG: h after human chorionic gonadotrophin
HCG: circulating human chorionic gonadotropin
hCG: hormone human chorionic gonadotropin
hCG: hyperglycosylated human chorionic gonadotropin
hCG: high human chorionic gonadotropin
hCG: h post human chorionic gonadotrophin
hCG: h after human chorionic gonadotropin
hCG: hormone chorionic gonadotropin
HCG: hr chorionic gonadotrophin
HCG: hemochromatosis candidate genes
HCII: Heparin cofactor II
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