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Biomedical Sciences Acronym and Abbreviation

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Bti: bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis
Bti: Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis
Bti: bacteria Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis
Btk: Bruton tyrosine kinase
Btk: Brutons tyrosine kinase
BTP: Black tea polyphenols
BU: Bethesda units
BUA: broadband ultrasound attenuation
BUN: blood urea nitrogen
BURs: base unpairing regions
BUVEC: bovine umbilical vein endothelial cells
BV: benzyl viologen
BV: budded virus
BV: bone volume
BV: Breeding values
BVCP: bilateral vocal cord paralysis
BVDV: bovine viral diarrhea virus
BVI: blood vessel invasion
BW: body weight
BW: birth weight
BW: brain weight
BWC: bladder wash cytology
BWS: Beckwith Wiedemann syndrome
BXD: B6 x D2
BYDV: barley yellow dwarf virus
BZS: Bannayan Zonana syndrome
CA: chromosomal aberrations
CA: chromosomal abberation
CA: chromosomal aberration
CA: chromosome aberrations
CA: chromosome aberration
CA: cytogenetic analysis
CA: cyclophosphamide chromosomal aberrations
CA: cytosine adenine
CA: cultivated for chromosomal aberrations
CA: cause chromosomal aberrations
CA: chromosomes using chromosomal aberrations
CA: chromosome analysis
CA: contagious agalactia
CA: considered chromosome aberrations
CA: control Chromosomal aberrations
CA: carbonic anhydrase
CA: classes of chromosomal aberrations
CA: containing a
CA: Cbfa2t1h contains a
CA: chromosomal anomaly
CA: common antigen
CA: classical chromosomal aberrations
CA: criteria chronological age
CA: conventional chromosomal aberration
CA: causing chromosomal aberrations
CA: chromosome abnormalities
CA: concentrations of clavulanic acid
CA: chromosomal abnormalities
CA: clavulanic acid
CA: cancer antigen
CA: control area
CA: Cytogenetic abnormalities
CA: Chromatid aberrations
CA: children age
CA: constitutively active
CA: control areas
CA: cavernous angiomas
CA: chromosone aberration
CA: chromosome analyses
CA: Cytotoxicity and chromosome aberrations
CA: congenital agammaglobulinaemia
CA: cerebellar atrophy
CA: Colanic acid
Ca: Candida albicans
CA: can induce chromosome aberrations
CA: cells utilizing chromosome aberration
CA: chromosome A
CA: central axis
CA: classified as cerebellar atrophy
CA: cell aberrations
CA: cerebellar ataxia
CA: colorectal adenoma
CA: cytogenetic aberrations
CA: chromomycin A3
CA: constituents and carbonic anhydrase
CA: carbonic anhydrases
CA: concerns chromosome aberrations
CA: Cyclopiazonic acid
CA: cytosine arabinoside
CAA: congenital aural atresia
CAA: complete androgen ablation
CAA: Cerebral amyloid angiopathy
CAA: chronic aplastic anemia
CAA: cationic amino acid
CAA: chromosomic abnormalities associated
CAAA: clones showed a
CAC: Coronary artery calcification
CAC: chromatin assembly complex
CACD: Central areolar choroidal dystrophy
CAD: coronary artery disease
CAD: cloned a deoxyribonuclease
CAD: chromosomal A deoxyribonuclease
CAD: Cold agglutinin disease
CAD: coronary atherosclerotic disease
CAD: cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase
CAD: conserved ATPase domain
CADIC: Centro Austral de Investigaciones Cientificas
CAE: contains the cbh2 activating element
CAE: childhood absence epilepsy
CAE: capillary array electrophoresis
CAE: cases childhood absence epilepsy
CAE: childhood absence epilepsies
CAEV: caprine arthritis encephalitis virus
CAF: chromatid aberration frequency
CAF: conotruncal anomaly face
CAFC: cobblestone area forming cells
CAFC: cobblestone area forming cell
CAFS: conotruncal anomaly face syndrome
CAFs: chromatin assembly factors
CAH: case of congenital adrenal hyperplasia
CAH: congenital adrenal hyperplasia
CAH: children with congenital adrenal hyperplasia
CAH: congenital adrenal hypoplasia
CAH: chronic active hepatitis
CAH: causes of congenital adrenal hyperplasia
CAH: cause of congenital adrenal hyperplasia
CAH: chronic active hapatitis
CAI: complete androgen insensitivity
CAI: codon adaptation index
CAII: carbonic anhydrase II
CAIS: complete androgen insensitivity syndrome
CAIS: Complete androgen insensitivity
CAIS: cause complete androgen insensitivity
Cak: cell adhesion kinase
CALAS: cryptococcal antigen latex agglutination system
CALGB: Cancer and Leukemia Group B
cALL: common acute lymphoblastic leukemia
CALL: Congenital acute lymphoblastic leukemia
cALL: common acute lymphocytic leukemia
CALLA: common acute lymphocytic leukemia antigen
CALLA: common acute lymphoblastic leukemia antigen
CALLA: common acute lymphoblastic antigen
CALLA: common acute lymphocytic leukemia antigens
CALLA: common acute lymphocytic leukemia associated
CALLA: common acute lymphoblastic leukemia antiserum
CALM: Clathrin Assembly Lymphoid Myeloid
CALM: cafe au lait macules
CAM: cell adhesion molecule
cAMP: cyclic adenosine monophosphate
CAMP: Childhood Asthma Management Program
cAMP: content of cyclic adenosine monophosphate
CAMs: compared with Caucasian American males
CAMs: cell adhesion molecules
CAMs: characterized cell adhesion molecules
CAN: Chronic allograft nephropathy
cANLL: Congenital acute nonlymphoblastic leukemia
CANS: central auditory nervous system
CAO: chlorophyll a oxygenase
Cap: Cebus apella paraguayanus
CAP: congenital alveolar proteinosis
CAP: chromosome arm painting
Cap: chromosome associated protein
CAP: catabolite activator protein
CAP: catabolic activator protein
CAP: catabolite activating protein
CAPD: continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
CAPD: central auditory processing disorders
CAPD: chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
CAPE: caffeic acid phenethyl ester
CAPED: central areolar pigment epithelial dystrophy
CAPP: Concerted Action Polyp Prevention
CAPS: cleaved amplified polymorphic sequence
CAPS: cleaved amplified polymorphic sequences
CAPS: cleaved amplification polymorphism sequence
CAPS: combines cleaved amplified polymorphic sequence
CAPS: codominant cleaved amplified polymorphic sequence
CAPS: cleavable amplifiable polymorphic sequence
CAPS: codominant amplified polymorphic sequence
CAPS: cleaved amplified polymorphisms
CAPs: cationic antimicrobial peptides
CAPS: cleaved amplified polymorphism sequence
CAR: cytokinetic actomyosin ring
CAR: cytokinetic actin ring
CAR: constitutive androstane receptor
CAR: Central African Republic
CAR: cell adhesion regulator
CAR: cancer Chromosome aberration rate
CARE: Cholesterol And Recurrent Events
CART: Classification and regression tree
CAS: cellular apoptosis susceptibility
CAS: chrome azurol S
CASP: characterized a serine protease
CAT: common arterial trunk
CAT: chloramphenicol acetyl transferase
CAT: chimeric acetyl transferase
cat: coli chloramphenicol acetyl transferase
CATS: comparative anchor tagged sequence
CATS: comparative anchor tagged sequences
CAV: coronary artery vasculopathy
CAVe: Contig Assembly Verifier
CB: cytochalasin B
CB: cord blood
CB: chromosome bridges
CB: chromosomal breaks
CB: cytokinesis block
CB: chromosomal breakage
CB: compared in clinically benign
CB: ciliary body
CB: cognitive behavioural
CB: carotid body
CB: Cajal bodies
CB: chromatoid body
CB: color blindness
CB: Contamination of cord blood
CB: chromosome breakage
CB: Colour blindness
CB: chromatin bodies
CB: cathepsin B
CB: cultures employing cytokinesis block
CB: classified binucleated
CBA: Conventional banding analysis
CBAH: conjugated bile acid hydrolase
CBAVD: congenital bilateral absence vas deferens
CBB: Coomassie Brilliant Blue
CBB: causes common bacterial blight
CBB: common bacterial blight
CBC: Complete blood counts
CBC: Compulsive Behaviour Checklist
CBC: complete blood count
CBCL: Child Behavior Checklist
CBCL: cutaneous B cell lymphoma
CBCL: cutaneous B cell lymphomas
CBD: cellulose binding domain
CBD: common bile duct
CBDMP: California Birth Defects Monitoring Program
cBEs: candidate boundary elements
CBF: core binding factor
CBF: called human core binding factor
CBF: complex termed core binding factor
CBF: chromatid break frequency
CBF: codes for core binding factor
CBF: cerebral blood flow
CBF: ciliary beat frequency
CBF: called core binding factor
CBFA: core binding factor alpha
CBFB: core binding factor beta
CBG: corticosteroid binding globulin
CBI: chronic bladder infections
CBIC: Chatham Barrs Inn Conference
CBL: cord blood lymphocytes
CBMA: cytokinesis blocked micronucleus assay
CBMN: cells cytokinesis block micronucleus
CBMN: cytokinesis block micronucleus
CBMN: cytochalasin block micronucleus
CBN: cellular blue nevi
CBN: conjugated bond number
CBP: CREB binding protein
CBP: coactivators CREB binding protein
CBP: characterize CREB binding protein
CBP: coactivator CREB binding protein
CBPI: cytokinesis block proliferation index
CBPP: contagious bovine pleuropneumonia
CBR: chromosomal breakage region
CBR: conservation breakpoint region
CBRs: chromosomal breakage regions
CBS: chromosomal breakage syndromes
CBS: classic Bartter syndrome
CBS: cystathionine beta synthase
Cbs: Chromosome breakage sequences
CBS: cystathionine beta synthetase
Cbs: chromosome breakage sequence
CBSCT: Cord blood stem cell transplantation
cBST: canalicular bile salt transporter
CBT: cord blood transplants
CBV: coxsackie B viruses
CBVs: Coxsackie B viruses
CC: colon cancer
CC: conventional cytogenetics
CC: cervical cancer
Cc: cytochrome c
CC: cervical carcinoma
CC: condensed chromatin
CC: conventional cytogenetic
CC: Carney complex
CC: conventional cultures
cc: called the cleavable complex
CC: cycles clomiphene citrate
CC: corpus callosum
CC: constructed for colorectal carcinoma
CC: coiled coil
CC: case control
CC: colorectal carcinoma
CC: classified as clear cell
CC: cumulus cells
CC: cases with conventional cytogenetics
CC: carcinoma of uterine cervix
CC: carcinomas of the cervix
CC: cerebral cavernomas
CC: compared with conventional cytogenetics
CC: classical cytogenetics
CC: course with clomiphene citrate
CC: complete chimerism
CC: cleavable complex
CC: congenital cataract
Cc: chloroquine and colchicine
CC: classical cytogenetic
cc: cellular cycle
CC: clomiphene citrate
CC: colorectal carcinomas
CC: colorectal cancer
CC: chromosome condensation
CC: cooperating cells
CC: cell counts
CCA: Conventional cytogenetic analysis
CCA: cells by conventional cytogenetic analysis
CCA: composed of clear cell adenocarcinoma
CCA: conventional chromosomal analysis
CCA: conventional chromosome analysis
CCA: corpus callosum agenesis
CCA: chromated copper arsenate
CCA: clear cell adenocarcinomas
CCA: cortical cerebellar atrophy
CCA: common carotid artery
CCA: constitutional chromosome aberrations
CCA: congenital contractural arachnodactyly
CCA: clonal chromosome aberrations
CCA: canonical correspondence analysis
CCA: compatible with cerebellocortical atrophy
CCA: Concanamycin A
CCA: Chromosome condensation activity
CCA: constitutional chromosome abnormalities
CCAM: Congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation
Ccap: Cancer Chromosome Aberration Project
CCAs: Complex chromosomal aberrations
CCAs: complex chromosomal abnormalities
CCB: Centro de Ciencias Biologicas
CCB: calcium channel blocker
CCB: congenital color blindness
CCBs: calcium channel blockers
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