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Biomedical Sciences Acronym and Abbreviation

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PCIs: protein proliferating cell indices
PCIs: proliferating cell indices
PCL: plasma cell leukemias
PCL: plasma cell leukemia
PCL: primary plasma cell leukemia
PCL: patients with plasma cell leukemia
PCL: permissible concentration limit
PCL: primary congenital lymphedema
PCL: plasma cell leukaemia
PCLI: plasma cell labeling index
PCLs: primary cutaneous lymphomas
PCM: peripheral chromosomal material
PCM: paternal chromatin mass
PCMC: Primary Medical Center
PCML: periodic chronic myelogenous leukaemia
PCN: plasmid copy number
PCNA: proliferating cell nuclear antigen
PCNA: proliferation cell nuclear antigen
PCNA: proliferating cell nuclei antigen
PCNA: proliferative cell nuclear antigen
PCNA: plant proliferating cellular nuclear antigen
PCNA: proliferate cell nuclear antigen
PCNA: proliferating cell nuclear Ag
PCNA: proliferation cell nuclear antigens
PCNA: prolifrating cell nuclear antigen
PCNA: proliferating cellular nuclear antigen
PCNA: proliferating cell nucleolar antigen
PCNA: proliferation cellular nuclear antigen
PCNA: proliferating cell nuclear antigens
PCNAs: proliferating cell nuclear antigen
PCNS: Primary central nervous system
PCNSL: Primary central nervous system lymphomas
PCNSL: Primary central nervous system lymphoma
PCNSLs: primary central nervous system lymphomas
PCO: poly cystic ovaries
PCOs: poorly conserved ORFs
pcp: partial chromosome paint
PCP: partial chromosome paints
PCP: Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia
PCPT: Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial
PCR: polymerase chain reaction
PCR: polymerase chain reactions
PCR: performed polymerase chain reaction
PCR: polymenase chain reaction
PCR: p53 Polymerase chain reaction
PCR: primers for polymerase chain reactions
PCR: probes and polymerase chain reaction
PCR: positive by polymerase chain reaction
PCR: primers in polymerase chain reaction
PCR: primed chain reaction
PCR: performed by polymerase chain reaction
PCR: performing 24 polymerase chain reactions
PCR: PERV Polymerase chain reaction
PCR: primed polymerase chain reaction
PCR: Proteus polymerase chain reaction
PCR: performed a polymerase chain reaction
PCR: primer polymerase chain reaction
PCR: pestis by polymerase chain reaction
PCR: perform the polymerase chain reaction
PCR: potentially misinterpretable polymerase chain reaction
PCR: performed the polymerase chain reaction
PCR: profiles and polymerase chain reaction
PCR: patient polymerase chain reaction
PCR: procedure with polymerase chain reaction
PCR: performed genomic polymerase chain reaction
PCR: polymerize chain reaction
PCR: polimerase chain reaction
PCR: patients using polymerase chain reaction
PCR: polymerase chin reaction
PCR: poor Polymerase chain reaction
PCR: pairs of polymerase chain reaction
PCR: performed using polymerase chain reaction
PCR: population of polymerase chain reaction
PCR: patients by polymerase chain reaction
PCR: products by polymerase chain reaction
PCR: panhandle polymerase chain reaction
PCR: performing polymerase chain reaction
PCR: primers for polymerase chain reaction
PCR: primers to polymerase chain reaction
PCR: patterns after polymerase chain reaction
PCR: porphyria Polymerase chain reaction
PCR: polymorphic polymerase chain reaction
PCR: positive polymerase chain reaction
PCR: Previous polymerase chain reaction
PCR: proteins and polymerase chain reaction
PCR: polyoma specific polymerase chain reaction
PCR: pattern of polymerase chain reaction
PCR: p15 by polymerase chain reaction
PCR: Post polymerase chain reaction
PCR: products from polymerase chain reaction
PCR: performed before polymerase chain reaction
PCR: patients polymerase chain reaction
PCR: primers through polymerase chain reaction
PCR: produced by polymerase chain reaction
PCR: pattern using polymerase chain reaction
PCR: polymorphism using polymerase chain reaction
PCR: phosphorylation Polymerase chain reaction
PCR: possible by polymerase chain reaction
PCR: primer for polymerase chain reaction
PCR: patient by polymerase chain reaction
PCRs: polymerase chain reactions
PCRs: primers in polymerase chain reactions
PCS: personal communication systems
PCS: premature chromatid separation
PCS: premature centromere separation
PCS: Photon Correlation Spectroscopy
PCT: plasma cell tumor
PCT: porphyria cutanea tarda
PCT: progenitor cell transplants
PCT: proximal convoluted tubule
PCT: patients with porphyria cutanea tarda
PCT: parasite clearance time
PD: Prenatal diagnostics
PD: Probing depth
PD: paired domain
PD: Parkinson disease
PD: panic disorder
PD: population doublings
PD: Prenatal diagnosis
Pd: Paracoccus denitrificans
PD: Prolidase deficiency
PD: pyrimidine dimers
PD: pathogenesis of Parkinsons disease
PD: progressive disease
PD: probands with panic disorder
PD: population doubling
PD: probable disease
PD: partial deficiency
PD: poorly differentiated
PD: parental ditype
PD: power densities
PD: Panhypopituitary Dwarfism
PD: papular dermatitis
PD: postnatal days
PDA: persistent ductus arteriosus
PDA: patent ductus arteriosus
PDA: patent ductus arteriousus
PDA: PA plus patent ductus arteriosus
PDA: produces a prolonged depolarizing afterpotential
PDA: potato dextrose agar
PDAC: pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma
PDC: prenatal diagnosis counselling
pDC: precursor dendritic cell
pDC: plasmacytoid dendritic cells
PDC: Paroxysmal dystonic choreoathetosis
PDC: plasmacytoid dendritic cell
PDC: pyruvate dehydrogenase complex
PDD: pervasive developmental disorder
PDD: Progressive diaphyseal dysplasia
PDD: pervasive developmental delay
PDD: pure depressive disease
PDDR: pseudovitamin D deficiency rickets
PDDs: Pervasive Developmental Disorders
PDE: pigeon dropping extract
PDEC: poorly differentiated endocrine carcinoma
PDGF: platelet derived growth factor
PDGFB: platelet derived growth factor
PDGFR: platelet derived growth factor receptor
PDI: Protein disulfide isomerase
PDK: pyruvate dehydrogenase kinase
PDL: population doubling level
PDLL: poorly differentiated lymphocytic lymphoma
PDLs: population doubling levels
PDNs: population doubling numbers
PDP: Prenatal Diagnosis Program
PDP: prenatal diagnostic procedures
PDR: pleiotropic drug resistant
PDREs: pleiotropic drug response elements
PDS: positive Darwinian selection
PDS: pigment dispersion syndrome
PDS: PG and pigment dispersion syndrome
PDS: potential division sites
PDSS: poorly differentiated SS
PDT: population doubling times
PDT: population double time
PDT: pedigree disequilibrium test
PDT: proposed the pedigree disequilibrium test
PDT: present the pedigree disequilibrium test
PDT: population doubling time
PDV: phocine distemper virus
PE: penile enlargement
PE: Proliferative enteropathy
PE: plating efficiency
PE: polynuclear eosinophils
PE: phosphatidyl ethanolamine
PE: Pseudomonas exotoxin
PE: polychromatic erythrocytes
PE: pleural effusions
PE: pigment epithelium
PE: Partial endoreduplication
PE: polychromatic erythroblasts
PE: parietal endoderm
PEB: Pretibial epidermolysis bullosa
PEC: putative perivascular epithelioid cell
PEC: primary epidermal cultures
PEC: perivascular epithelioid cell
PEC: peritoneal exudate cells
PEC: panel of peritoneal exudate cells
Ped: preimplantation embryonic development
PEF: peak expiratory flow
PEFR: peak expiratory flow rate
PEG: Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy
PEI: Prince Edward Island
PEIT: Percutaneous ethanol injection therapy
PEL: Primary effusion lymphoma
PEL: primary effusion lymphomas
PELs: primary effusion lymphomas
PEM: protein energy malnutrition
PEM: polymorphic epithelial mucin
PEMV: Pea enation mosaic virus
PENs: Pancreatic endocrine neoplasms
PEO: Progressive External Ophthalmoplegia
PEO: patient with progressive external ophthalmoplegia
PEO: Progressive external ophthalmoplegias
PEO: pathogenesis of progressive external ophthalmoplegia
PEO: patients with progressive external ophthalmoplegia
PEP: positional expression profiling
PEP: protein on ecdysone puffs
PEP: parapsoriasis en plaques
PEP: primer extension preamplification
PEP: pudendal evoked potentials
pepA: peptidase A
PEPC: primary epithelial prostate cell
PEPCK: PCK1 gene encoding phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase
PEPEC: porcine enteropathogenic coli
PERT: Phenol Emulsion Reassociation Technique
PERV: porcine endogenous retroviruses
PERV: porcine endogenous retrovirus
PERV: Porcine endogenous retroviral
PET: pancreatic endocrine tumors
PET: position emission tomography
PET: Positron emission tomography
PET: phorbol ester tolerant
PETs: pancreatic endocrine tumors
PETs: patients with pancreatic endocrine tumors
PETs: pancreatic endocrine tumours
PEV: position effect variegation
PEV: phenomenon position effect variegation
PEV: postulated position effect variegation
PEV: prevention of position effect variegation
PF: periplasmic flagellar
PF: periplasmic flagella
Pf: potentiation factors
Pf: Panolis flamea
Pf: Plasmodium falciparum
Pf: Pseudomonas fluorescens
PF: pulsed field
PF: Phenotype frequency
PF: phenotype frequencies
PfARP: Plasmodium falciparum asparagine protein
PFC: plaque forming cell
pfcrt: Plasmodium falciparum chloroquine resistance transporter
pFDR: positive false discovery rate
PFE: Phyllanthus fruit extract
PFG: pulsed field gradient
PFG: pulsed field gel
PFGE: pulsed field gel electrophoresis
PFGE: pulse field gel electrophoresis
PFGE: pulsed field gradient electrophoresis
PFGE: Pulsed Field Gel Electrophoreses
PFGGE: pulsed field gradient gel electrophoresis
PFHBI: progressive familial heart block I
PFIC: Progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis
PFIC: progressive familial intrahepatic cholestases
pfl: pyruvate formate lyase
pflB: pyruvate formate lyase
PFP: proportion of false positives
pFRAP: Polarized fluorescence recovery after photobleaching
PFS: progression free survival
PFT: pig fallopian tube
PFTC: Primary fallopian tube carcinoma
PFTs: pulmonary function tests
PFU: plaque forming units
Pg: Psidium guajava
PG: pyoderma gangrenosum
PG: propyl gallate
PG: Poisson gamma
PG: Punica granatum
PG: Paralog Groups
PG: patients with pigmentary glaucoma
PG: pathological gambling
PG: pemphigoid gestationis
PG: perichromatin granules
PGA: penicillin G acylase
PGC: primordial germ cells
PGC: primordial germ cell
PGCL: Peripheral giant cell lesion
PGCP: plasma glutamate carboxypeptidase
PGCs: primordial germ cells
PGCs: predominated by primordial germ cells
PGD: perform preimplantation genetic diagnosis
PGD: Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis
PGD: presenting for preimplantation genetic diagnosis
PGD: patients undergoing preimplantation genetic diagnosis
PGD: pregnancy underwent preimplantation genetic diagnosis
PGD: preconception and preimplantation genetic diagnosis
PGD: presented for preimplantation genetic diagnosis
PGD: Preimplantation genetic diagnoses
PGD: programs preimplantation genetic diagnosis
PGD: partial gonadal dysgenesis
PGD: patients seeking preimplantation genetic diagnosis
PGD: pure gonadal dysgenesis
PGD: post graft day
pGH: porcine growth hormone
PGK: Phospho Glycerate Kinase
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