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Biomedical Sciences Acronym and Abbreviation

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ccc: circular covalently closed
CCC: cases of cholangicellular carcinoma
CCC: cholangiocellular carcinomas
ccc: covalently closed circular
CCC: closed covalently circular
CCC: covalently closed circular
CCC: continuous cytogenetic conversion
CCC: cholangiocellular carcinoma
CCC: complete cytogenetic conversion
CCCO: catalytically cracked clarified oil
CCD: Cleidocranial dysplasia
CCD: classic cleidocranial dysplasia
CCD: cooled charge coupled device
ccd: coli cytidine deaminase
CCD: charge coupled device
CCD: Central core disease
CCD: cooled device
CCD: conserved domain
CCD: coupled charge device
CCD: cooled colour charge coupled device
CCD: case of central core disease
CCD: cooled charge couple device
CCE: Clear cell ependymoma
CCE: comprehensive clinical examination
CCEM: cytochemical electronic microscopy
CCEs: chromatids cousin chromatid exchanges
CCFDN: congenital cataracts facial dysmorphism neuropathy
CCG: Cancer Group
CCG: Childrens Cancer Group
CCGH: Competitive comparative genome hybridisation
CCH: C cell hyperplasia
CCH: constitutive centromeric heterochromatin
CCHB: complete congenital heart block
CCHS: Congenital central hypoventilation syndrome
CCI: controlled cortical impact
CCII: composite cross II
CCK: cell cycle kinetics
CCK: Cancer Center Karolinska
CCL: cell cycle length
CCLs: CC chemokine ligands
CCM: cerebral capillary malformation
CCM: cerebral cavernous malformations
CCM: congenital cardiovascular malformations
CCM: Cerebral cavernous malformation
CCMs: Cerebral cavernous malformations
CCMV: cowpea chlorotic mottle virus
CCO: cytochrome c oxidase
CCOF: chromosome competent ovarian failure
CcP: Cytochrome c peroxidase
CCP: cytochrome c peroxidases
CCP: camphoramine chloroacetic platinum
CCPR: crypt cell production rate
CCR: complex chromosomal rearrangements
CCR: complex chromosomal rearrangement
CCR: continuous complete remission
CCR: Center for Cancer Research
CCR: complete cytogenetic remission
CCR: carbon catabolite repression
CCR: complex chromosome rearrangement
ccr: cassette chromosome recombinase
CCR: clarify a complex chromosomal rearrangement
CCR: continuous complete clinical remission
CCR: Congenital complex chromosomal rearrangement
CCR: chromosomal rearrangement
CCR: Complex chromosome rearrangements
CCR: complete cytogenetic responses
CCR: complete cytogenetic response
CCR: complete continuous remission
CCR: congenital complex chromosome rearrangements
Ccr: clindamycin resistance
CCR: characterize a complex chromosome rearrangement
ccrC: cassette chromosome recombinase C
CCRC: Chromophobe cell renal carcinoma
CCRC: clear cell renal carcinoma
CCRCC: clear cell renal cell carcinoma
CCRCC: clear cell renal cell carcinomas
ccRCCs: comprised 46 renal cell carcinomas
CCRI: Cancer Research Institute
CCRI: Childrens Cancer Research Institute
CCRs: complex chromosomal rearrangements
CCRs: constitutional complex chromosomal rearrangements
CCRs: carriers of complex chromosome rearrangements
CCS: Clear cell sarcoma
CCS: Clinical Classification System
CCS: cylindrical coordinate system
CCs: condensed chromatin surface
Ccs: conserved core sequence
CCS: conserved core structures
CCS: combining conventional chromosome studies
CCS: chromatin conformational state
CCT: conventional cytogenetic techniques
CCT: Crb cytoplasmic tail
cct: cellular cycle time
CCTs: complex chromosome translocations
CCV: channel catfish virus
Ccw: cataract and curly whiskers
CD: chromosomal damage
CD: chromosomal distance
CD: celiac disease
CD: circular dichroism
CD: congenital defects
CD: Cowden disease
CD: chromatin diminution
CD: challenging dose
CD: Coeliac disease
CD: cytosine deaminase
CD: conditionally dispensable
CD: cytochalasin D
CD: Campomelic dysplasia
CD: chromosomal drive
Cd: Corynebacterium diphtheriae
Cd: Chromosomal centromeric dots
CD: chromatine diminution
CD: Crohn disease
CD: ChIP Display
CD: Children with coeliac disease
CD: Canavan disease
CD: crude DEAE
CD: clinical Crohn disease
CD: cathepsin D
cd: cone degeneration
CD: conduct disorder
CD: Conjugated dienes
CD: cause campomelic dysplasia
CD: Cortical dysplasia
CD: complete deficiency
CD: curcular dichroism
CD: chromosome damage
CD: chromatin circular dichroism
CD: culture duration
CD: Changes in circular dichroism
CD: circular dichroic
CDA: congenital dyserythropoietic anaemia
CDA: concurrent congenital dyserythropoietic anaemia
CDA: congenital dyserythropoietic anemia
CDA: case of congenital dyserythropoietic anemia
CDART: Conserved Domain Architecture Retrieval Tool
CDAs: congenital dyserythropoietic anemias
CDC: concept of collecting duct carcinoma
CDC: Child Development Centre
CDC: collecting duct carcinoma
cdc: characterization of cell division cycle
cdc: cell division control
cdc: cell division cycle
CDC: Centers for Disease Control
CDC: Cri du chat
CDC: cerevisiae cell division cycle
cdc: characteristic of cell division cycle
CDCs: collecting duct carcinomas
CdCS: Cri du chat syndrome
CDD: children with congenital developmental defects
cdd: cytidine deaminase
CDD: Conserved Domain Database
CDD: congenital developmental defects
CDDs: Congenital diaphragmatic defects
CDE: centromere centromere DNA element
CDE: conserved centromere DNA element
CDE: conserved centromere DNA elements
CDEI: centromere DNA element I
CDEI: conserved DNA element I
CDEIII: centromere DNA sequence element III
CDEs: centrosome duplication errors
CDEs: cloned DNA elements
CDF: Chromosomal DNA fingerprinting
CDF: chromosomal DNA fingerprint
CDF: cation diffusion facilitator
cdf: cerebellar deficient folia
CDFs: chromosome division figures
CDGE: constant denaturant gel electrophoresis
CDGE: constant denaturant gradient electrophoresis
CDH: congenital diaphragmatic hernia
CDH: cases of congenital diaphragmatic hernia
CDH: children with congenital diaphragmatic hernia
CDI: color Doppler imaging
CDI: chromatin dispersal index
CDI: cell division index
Cdic: cytoplasmic dynein intermediate chain
cdk: cyclin dependent kinase
Cdk: cyclin and cyclin dependent kinase
CDKI: cyclin dependent kinase inhibitor
CDKs: Cyclin Dependent Kinases
CDKs: cyclins and cyclin dependent kinases
CdLS: Cornelia de Lange syndrome
CDM: chemically defined medium
CDMA: code division multiple access
CDR: Complementary Determining Regions
CDR: common deleted region
CDR: commonly deleted region
CDR: Chromosome dimer resolution
CDR: cerebellar degeneration related
CDRs: critically deleted regions
CDRs: common deleted regions
CDRs: complementarity determining regions
CDRs: Commonly deleted regions
CDS: caudal dysplasia sequence
CDS: chromosome disk sequence
CDS: Celera Discovery System
CDS: commonly deleted segment
CDSs: coding DNA sequences
CDT: Cytolethal distending toxin
CDTB: cytolethal distending toxin B
CDTs: Cytolethal distending toxins
CDV: canine distemper virus
CDV: constrained disequilibrium values
CE: Clonal evolution
CE: capillary electrophoresis
CE: cellular extract
CE: conventional electrophoresis
CE: cornified envelope
CE: coelomic epithelium
CE: columnar epithelia
CE: Cytogenetic clonal evolution
CE: ciliary epithelium
CE: colony efficiency
CE: cholesterol ester
CE: cornified cell envelope
CE: calving ease
CE: central element
Ce: Caenorhabditis elegans
CE: cloning efficiency
CE: chains of chicken erythrocyte
CE: condensation of chicken erythrocyte
CE: chick erythrocytes
CE: chick erythrocyte
CE: contact effect
CE: cloning efficiencies
cea: Collie eye anomaly
CEC: Commission of the European Communities
CEC: critical electrolyte concentration
CEC: chick embryo cells
cECs: cerebral endothelial cells
CECs: cultured bovine corneal endothelial cells
CED: Cleared extrachromosomal domain
CEF: chick embryo fibroblasts
CEF: chicken embryonic fibroblast
CEF: chicken embryo fibroblast
CEF: cultivated in chicken embryo fibroblasts
CEF: cocultivation with chicken embryo fibroblasts
CEFs: chicken embryo fibroblasts
CEFs: chicken embryonic fibroblasts
CEH: cattle with chronic enzootic haematuria
CEH: conserved extended haplotype
CEI: converting enzyme inhibitor
CEL: chronic eosinophilia leukemia
CEL: case of chronic eosinophilic leukemia
CEL: carboxyl ester lipase
CEL: chronic eosinophilic leukemia
CEL: conserved effector locus
CEL: Chronic eosinophilic leukaemia
CELC: chick embryo liver
CELC: chick embryonic liver cultures
CELF: Chromosomally encoded leaderless fusions
CEMA: chronic enteroviral meningoencephalitis
CEP: Centromeric enumeration probes
CEP: congenital erythropoietic porphyria
CEPH: Centre Etude Polymorphism Humain
CEPs: carboxyl extension proteins
CEPX: chromosome enumeration probes
CER: common eliminated region
CER: cM long common eliminated region
CERP: cholesterol efflux regulatory protein
CERTs: Composite extrarenal rhabdoid tumors
CES: cat eye syndrome
CES: characterizing the cat eye syndrome
CES: central excitatory state
CESD: cholesterol ester storage disease
CESH: Comparative expressed sequence hybridization
CEST: Childhood endodermal sinus tumors
CESTs: Childhood endodermal sinus tumors
CETP: cholesteryl ester transfer protein
CETP: cholesterol ester transfer protein
CEV: chromosomal expression vector
CEV: complex of citrus exocortis viroid
CEVF: chromosomally encoded virulence factors
CF: Chromosome fragmentation
CF: cystic fibrosis
CF: centric fusion
CF: chromosomal factor
CF: clastogenic factors
CF: complex or core factor
CF: containing the cystic fibrosis
CF: colony formation
CF: common complement fixation
CF: clastogenic factor
CF: children with cystic fibrosis
CF: children presenting cystic fibrosis
CF: clinically suspected cystic fibrosis
cf: counting fingers
Cf: Cladosporium fulvum
CF: chondromyxoid fibroma
CF: chromosome fragment
CF: cause cystic fibrosis
CF: competence factor
CF: crossover formation
CF: correction factor
CF: cytogenetic centric fusion
CF: causing cystic fibrosis
CF: carrier cystic fibrosis
CF: clinical disorder cystic fibrosis
CF: contrast carrier female
CF: child with cystic fibrosis
CF: culture filtrate
CF: called cystic fibrosis
CF: causes cystic fibrosis
CF: Culture fluid
CF: chronically colonized cystic fibrosis
CFA: cyclopropane fatty acids
cfa: coli cyclopropane fatty acid
CFA: colony forming assay
CFAg: cystic fibrosis antigen
CFAs: colonization factor antigens
CFBs: clear fibrillar bodies
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