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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
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
CFC: colony forming cell
CFC: continuous flow centrifugation
CFE: colony forming efficiency
CFF: cystic fibrosis factor
CFH: complement factor H
Cfi: chalcone flavonone isomerase
CFLP: cleavase fragment length polymorphism
CFMI: cystic fibrosis mucociliary inhibitor
CfMNPV: Choristoneura fumiferana multinucleocapsid nuclear polyhedrosis virus
CFN: clumping factor negative
CFP: cyan fluorescent protein
cfpA: cytoplasmic filament protein
CFPs: culture filtrate proteins
CFS: circulation by charge flow separation
CFS: contained chromosomal fusion substance
CFS: common fragile site
CFS: congenital fibrosis syndromes
CFS: cancer family syndrome
CFS: chromosome fragile sites
CFSs: common fragile sites
CFSs: containing human common fragile sites
CFSs: chromosomal common fragile sites
cFSs: chromosome constitutive fragile sites
CFTD: congenital fiber type disproportion
CFTR: cystic fibrosis transmembrane regulator
CFU: colony forming units
cfu: colony forming unit
CFV: chromosome fragmentation vector
CFVs: Chromosome fragmentation vectors
CG: cathepsin G
CG: cell growth
Cg: Crassostrea gigas
CG: complementation group
CG: chorionic gonadotropin
CG: control group
CG: cortical granule
CG: cortical granules
CG: changes of chronic gastritis
CG: controlling callus growth
CG: ciliary ganglion
CG: Celera Genomics
CG: Comparative Genometrics
CG: closely related chorionic gonadotropin
CGA: chorionic gonadotropin alpha
CGAP: Cancer Genome Anatomy Project
CGAT: chromaffin granule amine transporter
CGC: composite gene combination
CGCL: central giant cell lesion
CGCs: cultures of cerebellar granule cells
CGCT: cultured cerebral germ cell tumor
CGD: chronic granulomatous disease
CGD: children with chronic granulomatous disease
CGD: cases of chronic granulomatous disease
CGD: causing chronic granulomatous disease
CGD: case of chronic granulomatous disease
CGD: Carriers for chronic granulomatous disease
CGE: conventional gel electrophoresis
CGE: capillary gel electrophoresis
CGE: cortical granule exocytosis
CGF: cytokine growth factors
CGFs: candidate gene fragments
CGH: comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: cases using comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: comparative genomic hybridisation
CGH: Chromosomal comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: Conventional comparative genomic hybridisation
CGH: conversion comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: changes on comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: changes by comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: compared the Comparative Genomic Hybridization
CGH: compared using comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: carried out comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: combined comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: Comparative Genome Hybridization
CGH: cytogenetic and comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: conventional comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: compare comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: combination of comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: chemoresistant Comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: cell Comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: contribution of comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: combination with comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: cytogenetic and comparative genomic hybridisation
CGH: cancer using comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: cancer by comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: carcinomas by comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: combining comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: characterized by comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: comparative genome hybridisation
CGH: cytometry and comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: cytogentics comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: conducted comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: colitis by comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: changes comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: carcinomas using comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: clinical Comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: comparative gene hybridization
CGH: comparative genetic hybridisation
CGH: competitive genomic hybridization
CGH: Concomitantly comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: changes by comparative genomic hybridisation
CGH: changes using comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: cancers using comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: comparative genetic hybridization
CGH: cytogenetics comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: CLL using comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: cytogenetics and comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: cases by comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: critical Comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: cancers by comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: cultures by comparative genomic hybridisation
CGH: cytogenetic genomic hybridization
CGH: CLL comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: called comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: comparative genomic hybridazation
CGH: carry out comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: confirmed by comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: chromosomes by comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: changes using comparative genome hybridization
CGH: chromosome Comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: cytogenetic comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: cytogenetic comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: chromomycin Comparative genomic hybridization
CGH: Chromosome specific comparative genome hybridisation
CGH: Congenital generalized hypertrichosis
CGHa: comparative genomic hybridization
CGHa: comparative genomic hybridization arrays
CGI: contrast gradient index
CGI: Clinical Global Impression
cGISH: Comparative genomic in situ hybridization
CGKD: Complex glycerol kinase deficiency
CGL: chronic granulocytic leukemia
CGL: chronic granulocytic leukaemia
CGL: cases of chronic granulocytic leukemia
CGL: cells in chronic granulocytic leukemia
CGL: classical chronic granulocytic leukaemia
CGL: Congenital generalized lipodystrophy
CGL: candidate gene loci
CGL: cholinergic gene locus
CGL: chromosome chronic granulocytic leukemia
CGL: cases of chronic granulocytic leukaemia
CGL: crisis of chronic granulocytic leukemia
CGL: characteristic of chronic granulocytic leukemia
CGL: cure chronic granulocytic leukemia
CGL: chromosome chronic granulocytic leukaemia
CGL: chromosome positive chronic granulocytic leukaemia
CGL: chronic granulocytic leukemic
CGL: chronic granuclotyci leukaemia
CGL: case of chronic granulocytic leukemia
CGLv: corpus geniculatum laterale
CGMA: called comparative genomic microarray analysis
cGMP: cyclic guanosine monophosphate
CGN: Cerebellar granule neurons
CGRE: conserved GATA3 response element
CGRP: calcitonin gene related peptides
CGRP: calcitonin gene related peptide
CGS: Contiguous gene syndromes
CGT: cell generation time
cGVHD: chronic graft versus host disease
CH: centrosome hyperamplification
CH: compounds chloral hydrate
CH: cystic hygroma
CH: Chinese hamsters
ch: congenital hydrocephalus
CH: chloral hydrate
CH: constitutive heterochromatin
CH: congenital hypothyroidism
CH: children with congenital hydrocephalus
CH: cerebral hemispheres
CH: congenital hydronephrosis
CH: Chinese hamster
CH: Cluster headache
CH: cause of congenital hypothyroidism
CH: chronic hepatitis
CH: calponin homology
CH: cuticular hydrocarbon
CH: coloration and constitutive heterochromatin
CH: constitutive heterocharomatin
CH: contact hypersensitivity
CH: cytogenetic heteromorphisms
CH: cerebellar hemangioblastoma
CH: centromeric heterochromatin
CHA: congenital hypoplastic anemia
CHB: chronic hepatitis B
CHB: congenital heart block
CHC: chronic hepatitis C
CHC: clathrin heavy chain
CHD: congenital heart disease
CHD: coronary heart disease
CHD: complex congenital heart disease
CHD: Complex congenital heart defects
CHD: congenital heart defect
CHD: confirmed premature coronary heart disease
CHD: children with congenital heart disease
CHD: clinical Congenital heart defects
CHD: cause of congenital heart disease
CHD: common being congenital heart defects
CHD: children with congenital heart defects
CHDH: congenital heart disease history
CHDs: congenital heart diseases
CHDs: congenital heart defects
CHDs: congenital heart disorders
CHDs: conotruncal heart defects
CHE: Chinese hamster embryo
CHE: Chinese hamster embryonic
CHE: chromosomes of Chinese hamster embryo
CHE: chromosome of Chinese hamster embryo
CHED: Chinese hamster embryonic diploid
CHED: congenital hereditary endothelial dystrophies
CHED: Congenital hereditary endothelial dystrophy
CHED: Congenital heredity endothelial dystrophy
CHEF: Contour clamped homogeneous electric field
CHEF: clamped homogeneous electric fields
CHEF: contour clamped homogenous electrophoresis
CHEF: Clamped homogenous electric fields
CHEF: clamped homogeneous electric field
CHEF: Chinese hamster embryo fibroblastic
CHEF: Chinese hamster embryo fibroblast
CHEF: Chinese hamster embryonic fibroblast
CHEF: Chinese hamster embryonal fibroblast
CHEL: Chinese hamster epithelial liver
CHF: core histone fold
CHF: Congestive heart failure
CHF: chromosome healing factor
CHH: crustacean hyperglycemic hormone
CHI: congenital hydrocephalus internus
Chk: Csk homologous kinase
CHK: Chinese hamster kidney
CHL: Chinese hamster lung
cHL: classical Hodgkin lymphoma
CHL: cultured Chinese hamster lung
CHL: compared between Chinese hamster lung
cHL: Classic Hodgkin lymphoma
cHL: cells of classical Hodgkin lymphoma
CHL: conditions using Chinese hamster lung
CHL: cultures of Chinese hamster lung
CHL: clastogenic to Chinese hamster lung
CHLC: Collaborative Human Linkage Center
CHLC: Cooperative Human Linkage Center
cHLs: classical Hodgkin lymphomas
CHM: complete hydatidiform mole
CHM: complete hydatidiform moles
CHM: congenital heart malformation
CHM: cases of complete hydatidiform mole
CHN: Chinese herb nephropathy
CHN: consistent with congenital hypomyelination neuropathy
CHO: Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: Cultures of Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: cultured Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: cells Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: Chinese hamster over
CHO: clastogenicity in Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: Chinese hamster ovarian
CHO: cycle of Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: cytotoxicity to Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: chromosome Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: comparisons between Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: carrying the Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: cocultivation with Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: chromosomes of Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: cDNAs in Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: chromatin in Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: clastogenic in Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: caffeine using Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: condensation Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: cycle in Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: cycle synchronized Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: cells and Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: complexes of Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: cell and Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: Characterization of Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: chemicals in Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: compared in Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: chick hamster ovary
CHO: CHIP in Chinese hamster ovary
CHO: Chinesee hamster ovary
CHR: complete hematological remission
CHR: complete haematologic remission
CHR: complete hematologic responses
CHR: complete hematologic response
CHR: complete haematological response
CHR: complete hematological response
CHR: complete hematologic remission
CHRs: complete hematologic responses
CHU: Centre Hospitalier Universitaire
CHU: Clinique Centre Hospitalier Universitaire
CHUV: Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois
CI: competitive index
CI: chromosomal imbalances
CI: composed of chromosomes I
CI: chromosomal instability
CI: confidence interval
CI: cent confidence interval
CI: chromosome instability
CI: chromosome index
CI: cephalic index
CI: centromeric index
CI: Cardiac involvement
Ci: Cubitus interruptus
CI: Cytoplasmic incompatibility
CI: candidates for cerebral infarction
CI: cerebral infarction
CI: cases identified chromosome imbalances
CI: confidence intervals
CI: cortical index
Ci: Coccidioides immitis
CI: continuous infusion
CI: circular intermediate
CI: Contact images
CIA: collagen induced arthritis
CIAs: chromosomal imbalance aberrations
CIBD: chronic inflammatory bowel diseases
CIC: circulating immune complexes
CICs: compaction initiation centers
CID: CBP interaction domain
CID: combined immunodeficiency disease
ciD: cubitus interruptus Dominant
CID: cytidine induction defective
CID: combined immune deficiency
CIDI: Composite International Diagnostic Interview
CIDP: chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy
CIDs: chromosome integrity determinants
CIDS: circular intensity differential scattering
cIF: cytoplasmic intermediate filament
CIFA: conditional intergenic functional association
CIICR: class II cytokine receptor
CIIP: chronic idiopathic intestinal
CIIP: chronic idiopathic intestinal pseudoobstruction
CIITA: complex class II transactivator
CILP: cartilage intermediate layer protein
CIM: composite interval mapping
CIM: compared using composite interval mapping
cim: class I modification
cim: case of class I modification
CIM: cofactors in composite interval mapping
CIM: code for cellular interaction molecules
CIMP: CpG islands methylated phenotype
CIMP: CpG island methylator phenotype
CIN: cervical intraepithelial neoplasia
CIN: cervical intraepithelial neoplasias
CIN: cases of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia
CIN: Chronic idiopathic neutropenia
CIN: cervical intraepithelial neoplasm
CIN: cancer cervical intraepithelial neoplasia
CIN: conjunctival intraepithelial neoplasia
CIN: cervix and cervical intraepithelial neoplasia
CIN: comprised cervical intraepithelial neoplasia
CINs: cervical intraepithelial neoplasias
CIPA: carcinomas in pleomorphic adenoma
CIPD: chronic inflammatory proliferative diseases
CIR: Cosmetic Ingredient Review
CIR: contrast improvement ratio
CIS: common integration sites
Cis: carcinoma in situ
CIS: cell carcinoma in situ
CIS: carcinoma is situ
CIS: constitution of carcinoma in situ
CIS: cases of carcinoma in situ
CIS: called carcinoma in situ
CIS: carcinoma carcinoma in situ
CIS: cancer in situ
CIS: carcinomas in situ
CISH: chromosome in situ hybridisation
CISH: chromosome in situ hybridization
CISH: chromosomal in situ hybridization
CISH: chromogenic in situ hybridisation
CISH: Chromogenic in situ hybridization
CISH: chromogen in situ hybridization
CISH: competitive in situ hybridization
CISs: common insertion sites
CISS: Chromosomal in situ suppression
CISS: competitive in situ suppression
CISS: contrast chromosomal in situ suppression
CISS: chromosome in situ suppression
CISs: chromosome instability syndromes
CIT: crypt isolation technique
CIV: Chilo iridescent virus
CJ: cytochalasin J
Cj: cloned from Campylobacter jejuni
CK: creatine kinase
CK: conventional karyotyping
CK: complex karyotypes
CK: cervical keratinocytes
CKAS: complex karyotype aberration score
CKB: creatine kinase B
CKB: creatine kinase brain
CKBB: creatine kinase brain
CKBB: creatine kinase BB
CKC: canine kidney cell
CKCS: Cavalier King Charles Spaniels
CKI: casein kinase I
CKII: casein kinase II
CKII: cerevisiae casein kinase II
CKII: conserved casein kinase II
CKII: closely resembles casein kinase II
CKMM: creatine kinase muscle
CKMM: creatine kinase isoform M
CL: cirrhotic liver
CL: corpora lutea
CL: cystic lymphangioma
CL: clefts lip
CL: chin length
CL: causing cleft lip
CL: corpus luteum
CL: cleft lip
CL: Congenital leukaemia
CL: composite likelihood
CL: chromosome loss
CL: confidence limits
CL: confidence limit
CL: chromosome lesions
CL: complete losses
CL: complete loss
CL: Crithidia luciliae
CLA: Conjugated linoleic acid
CLA: cutaneous lymphocyte antigen
clag: cytoadherence linked asexual gene
CLAH: Congenital lipoid adrenal hyperplasia
CLD: chronic lung disease
CLD: chronic lymphoproliferative disorder
CLD: chronic liver disease
CLD: cholestatic liver disease
CLD: Congenital lactase deficiency
cld: Combined lipase deficiency
CLF: chain length factor
CLH: Cutaneous lymphoid hyperplasia
CLI: central lymphatic irradiation
CLI: called complement lysis inhibitor
CLL: Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: coexistence of chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: cells of chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: Chronic leukemias
CLL: chronic lymphocytic leukemias
CLL: Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
CLL: cases of chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: cell chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
CLL: characterization of chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: chronic lymphatic leukemia
CLL: chemotherapy of chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: chronic lymphocytic leukaemias
CLL: cell chronic lymphocytic leukemias
CLL: chronic leukemia
CLL: case of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
CLL: canine Chronic Lymphatic Leukaemia
CLL: course in chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: chronic lymphoid leukaemia
CLL: cancer and chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
CLL: cells chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: classification of chronic lymphoid leukemia
CLL: criteria chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: Chronic lymphatic leukaemia
CLL: colorectal Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: case of chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: cases of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
CLL: cases of chronic leukemia
CLL: chronic cell leukemia
CLL: chronic lympholeucosis
CLL: characteristics of chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: complicates chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLL: course of chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CLLs: chronic lymphocytic leukemias
CLM: cytogenetic ladder map
CLP: Chromosome length polymorphism
CLP: cases chromosome length polymorphism
CLP: cleft lip palate
CLPs: chromosome length polymorphisms
CLSM: confocal laser scanning microscopy
CLSM: confocal laser scanning microscope
CLSM: confocal laser scan microscope
CM: cases of congenital malformations
CM: comet moment
CM: cerebral malaria
CM: conditioned medium
CM: Canova Method
CM: congenital malformations
CM: cytoplasmic membrane
CM: conventional methods
CM: complete mole
CM: cisterna magna
CM: contrast media
CM: combined method
CM: conditioned media
CM: complete medium
CM: Capillary malformation
CM: clinically malignant
CM: cardiac myxoma
CM: conserved motifs
cM: centi Morgans
Cm: coloboma mutation
CM: cells conditioned medium
CM: cutaneous melanoma
CMA: chemical mismatch analysis
Cma: chromosome mobilizing ability
CMAP: compound muscle action potential
CMAP: compound muscle action potentials
CMC: Chronic mucocutaneous candidiases
CMCA: Clonal marrow cytogenetic abnormalities
CMCs: cultured mast cells
CMD: chronic myeloproliferative disorders
CMD: chronic myeloproliferative disorder
CMD: congenital muscular dystrophies
CMD: Congenital muscular dystrophy
CMD: Chronic myeloid disorders
cmd: cartilage matrix deficiency
CMD: cases of congenital muscular dystrophy
CMD: Congenital myotonic dystrophy
CMD: classical congenital muscular dystrophy
CMDs: Chronic myeloproliferative disorders
CMDs: Classical congenital muscular dystrophies
CME: cystoid macular edema
CMF: cytological Circular mitotic figures
cMGF: chicken myelomonocytic growth factor
CMGM: chronic megakaryocytic granulocytic myelosis
CMGM: chronic megakaryocytic granulocytic metaplasia
CMGT: chromosome mediated gene transfer
CMH: congenital malformation history
CMHC: community mental health centers
CMI: chromosome mitosis index
cmk: cytidine monophosphate kinase
CML: chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: Chronic myeloctyic leukemia
CML: Chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: crisis of chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: crisis in chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chromosome in chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: Chronic myeloid leukaemia
CML: Chronic myelogenous leukemias
CML: chronic myeloid leukemias
CML: cases of chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: case of chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: characteristic of chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chronic myelogenous leukaemia
CML: causing chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: chromosome chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: crisis of chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chromosome chronic myelocytic leukaemia
CML: cases with chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chromosome chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chronic myelogenic leukemia
CML: cases of chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: cases of chronic myelogenous leukaemia
CML: cytogenetics of chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: case of chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chromosome chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: chromosome in chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: chronic myelocytic leukaemia
CML: chromosome positive chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: chromosome in chronic myeloid leukaemia
CML: children with chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: cases of chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: case of chronic myelogeous leukemia
CML: cells of chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chromosome positive chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: consisting of chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: clone in chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chronicphase chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chronic phase chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chromosome chronic myelogenous leukaemia
CML: clones in chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: chromosome positive chronic myeloid leukaemia
CML: clones in chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: cells from chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: cells in chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chromosome positive chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: cure for chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: case of chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: contrast to chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: case of chronic myelogeneous leukaemia
CML: crisis in chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: children with chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chronic phase chronic myeloid leukaemia
CML: characteristic of chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: case of chronic myelogenous leukaemia
CML: causing chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: characteristic of chronic myelogenous leukaemia
CML: causes chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: crisis chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: Chronic myelogeneous leukaemia
CML: chronic myelogeneous leukemia
CML: chromosome chronic myeloid leukaemia
CML: CMPD myelocytic leukaemia
CML: curative in chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: characteristics of chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: causes chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: crisis of chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: chromosome of chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: culture of chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: concerning mainly chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chromosome induces chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: counterparts in chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: culture from chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chemotherapy in chronic myeloid leukaemia
CML: collected from chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: chronic phase chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: chemotherapy for chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: characteristics of chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: cells in chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: cells from chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: chronic myeloid leukemic
CML: cells in chronic myeloid leukaemia
CML: cutaneous malignant lymphomas
CML: connected with chronic myelogenous leukaemia
CML: conventional for chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chromosome negative chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: clone in chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: chromosome negative chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: classic Ph1 chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chronic myelogenous leukaemias
CML: complex in chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: cases of chronic myeloid leukaemia
CML: childhood chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: chromosome negative chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: chronic myeloid leukaemic
CML: crisis in chronic myelogeneous leukaemia
CML: chromosome negative chronic myeloid leukaemia
CML: chemotherapy in chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: clinically suspected chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: chromosome in chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: clinically suspected chronic myelogenous leukemia
CML: cells of chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: classified as chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: compatible with chronic myeloid leukemia
CML: chronic melogenous leukaemia
CML: chronic monocytic leukemia
CML: child with chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: chronic myelocytic leukemias
CML: crisis of chronic myeloid leukaemia
CML: chronic myelogenous leukemic
CML: chronic myeloic leucemia
CML: chromosome and chronic myelocytic leukemia
CML: cells of Chronic Myeloid Leukemia
CMLL: chronic myelomonocytic leukemia
CMLy: cell mediated lympholysis
CMM: cutaneous malignant melanomas
CMM: cutaneous malignant melanoma
CMM: cases of cutaneous malignant melanoma
CMM: carcinoma and cutaneous malignant melanoma
CMM: cutaneous melanomas
CMML: Chronic myelomonocytic leukemia
CMML: chronic myelomonocytic leukaemia
CMML: cases of chronic myelomonocytic leukemia
CMML: cases of chronic myelomonocytic leukaemia
CMML: closely resembling chronic myelomonocytic leukemia
CMML: case of chronic myelomonocytic leukemia
CMML: cell in chronic myelomonocytic leukemia
CMML: case of chronic myelomonocytic leukaemia
CMML: CML and chronic myelomonocytic leukemia
CMML: CML and chronic myelomonocytic leukaemia
CMML: classified as chronic myelomonocytic leukaemia
CMMs: Cellular Memory Modules
CMMs: cutaneous malignant melanomas
CMN: congenital melanocytic nevi
CMN: Congenital mesoblastic nephroma
CMN: Congenital motor nystagmus
CMN: cellular mesoblastic nephroma
CMN: chromosome modal number
CMNs: congenital mesoblastic nephromas
CMNs: cellular congenital mesoblastic nephromas
CMO: Corticosterone methyl oxidase
cmo: chronic multifocal osteomyelitis
cMOAT: canalicular multispecific organic anion transporter
CMP: Cartilage matrix protein
CMP: concurrent multiple paternity
CMPs: Common myeloid progenitors
CMR: Congenital Malformation Registry
CMRNG: chromosomally mediated resistant gonorrhoeae
CMS: congenital myasthenic syndrome
CMS: cytoplasmic male sterility
CMS: combination of cytoplasmic male sterility
CMS: causes cytoplasmic male sterility
CMS: cytoplasmic male sterile
CMS: chronic myeloproliferative syndrome
CMSs: Congenital myasthenic syndromes
CMT: chronic multiple tics
CMTC: Cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita
CMTs: chemically modified tetracyclines
CMU: Centre Medical Universitaire
CMV: cucumber mosaic virus
CN: Congenital nystagmus
CN: copy number
CN: chiasma number
CN: congenital nevus
Cn: Cryptococcus neoformans
CN: compound nevi
CN: Cystic neuroblastoma
CNA: copy number abnormalities
CNA: copy number abnormality
CNA: Chromosomal numerical abnormality
CNA: Chromosomal or centromerical numerical abnormality
CNA: copy number alteration
CNA: centromere numerical abnormality
CNAs: copy number abnormalities
CNAs: Chromosomal copy number aberrations
CNAs: copy number alterations
CNAs: Chromosomal numerical aberrations
CNAs: copy number aberrations
CNC: cardiac neural crest
CNDI: congenital nephrogenic diabetes insipidus
CNF: cytotoxic necrotizing factor
CNFs: Cytotoxic necrotizing factors
CNG: cyclic nucleotide gated
CNIII: cranial nerves III
CNIO: Centro Nacional Investigaciones Oncologicas
CNISP: Canadian Nosocomial Infection Surveillance Program
CNL: chronic neutrophilic leukemia
cnl: capsule null locus
CNL: case of chronic neutrophilic leukemia
CNL: chronic neutrophilic leukaemia
CNL: Chronic neutrophil leukaemia
CNL: case of chronic neutrophilic leukaemia
CNM: central nuclear myopathy
CNP: Cyclic nucleotide phosphodiesterase
CNPAS: congenital nasal pyriform aperture stenosis
CNPs: copy number polymorphisms
CNRRI: China National Rice Research Institute
CNS: Central nervous system
CNS: children with central nervous system
CNS: characterized by central nervous system
CNS: case of central nervous system
CNS: coagulase negative staphylococci
CNS: count and central nervous system
CNS: common central nervous system
CNS: congenital central nervous system
CNS: Congenital nephrotic syndrome
CNS: classes of central nervous system
CNS: central nervous systems
CNS: central nerve system
CNS: concurrent central nervous system
CNS: components of central nervous system
CNS: cases of central nervous system
CNS: cervical central nervous system
CNS: causes of central nervous system
CNS: criminal Central nervous system
CNSL: central nervous system leukemia
CNSs: conserved noncoding sequences
CNT: concentrative nucleoside transporter
CNV: contingent negative variation
CO: chimeric oligonucleotide
CO: Cydonia oblonga
CO: cytochrome c oxidase
CoAA: characterization of coactivator activator
COAG: Consortium on Asthma Genetics
COC: cumulus oocyte complex
COCs: cumulus cell oocyte complexes
COCs: cumulus oocyte complexes
COCs: culture of complexes
COCs: Cumulus oocytes complexes
COH: controlled ovarian hyperstimulation
COI: cytochrome oxidase I
COII: cytochrome oxidase II
COII: cytochrome c oxidase subunit II
COII: cytochrome oxidase subunit II
COMA: Congenital ocular motor apraxia
COMP: cartilage oligomeric matrix protein
coo: CO oxidation
COP: Cloning of polymorphisms
COP: consecutive ones property
COPD: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
COS: conserved ortholog set
COSS: Cooperative Osteosarcoma Study
COV: coke oven volatiles
coxII: cytochrome c oxidase subunit II
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
CSQZ: Chinese standard quartz
CSR: chain class switch recombination
CSR: class switch recombination
CSs: current smokers
CSS: chromosome substitution strain
CSs: citrate synthases
CSS: constitutional short stature
CSSL: chromosome segment substitution line
CSSLs: chromosome segment substitution lines
CSSs: chromosome substitution strains
CSU: Colorado State University
CSV: chicken syncytial virus
CT: cholera toxin
CT: Chlamydia trachomatis
CT: Computed tomography
CT: Computerized tomography
CT: chronic tics
CT: cell cycle time
CT: copper toxicosis
CT: Computed tomographic
CT: conjoined twins
CT: conjugative transposons
CT: chromosomal cholera toxin
CT: composed of cholera toxin
CT: competitive template
CT: chromosome territory
CT: C terminus
CT: Cranial computerized tomography
ct: curly tail
CT: chorda tympani
CT: computerized tomographic
CT: cationic trypsinogen
CT: Chest computed tomography
CT: cholerae secretes cholera toxin
CT: creatine transporter
CT: cholerae Cholera toxin
CT: cranial computed tomography
CT: calf thymus
CT: carcinoma by computerized tomography
CTA: conditioned taste aversion
CtBP: carboxyl terminal binding protein
CTC: chromosomal telomeric changes
CTC: circulating tumor cell
CTC: cultured T cells
CTCL: cutaneous T cell lymphomas
CTCL: collectively termed cutaneous lymphoma
CTCL: cutaneous T cell lymphoma
CTCs: capture circulating tumor cells
CTD: chronic tic disorder
CTD: Connective Tissue Diseases
CTD: connective tissue disorders
CTD: carboxy terminal domain
CTD: carboxy terminus domain
CTEP: Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program
CTF: correlations in complementary triplet frequencies
ctf: chromosome transmission fidelity
CTF: complete testicular feminization
CTF: competence transcription factor
CTGF: connective tissue growth factor
CTI: Cortical thickness index
CTL: cytotoxic T lymphocyte
CTL: comet tail length
CTL: class cytotoxic T lymphocyte
CTL: cytolytic T lymphocyte
CTL: cytolytic T lymphocytes
CTL: complex cytotoxic T lymphocytes
CTLs: cytotoxic T lymphocytes
CTLs: comet tail lengths
CTMC: connective tissue mast cells
CTN: cold thyroid nodule
CTP: coal tar pitch
CTP: characteristic carboxyl terminal peptide
CTP: comprehensive testing protocol
CTP: combined testing protocol
Ctp: Chironomus thummi piger
CTPV: coal tar pitch volatiles
CTS: canine transmissible sarcoma
Ctt: Chironomus thummi thummi
CTU: call the complex transcription unit
CTV: citrus tristeza virus
CTVM: Canine tricuspid valve malformation
CTVT: Canine transmissible venereal tumor
CU: Clemson University
CU: codon usage
CUC: chronic ulcerative colitis
CUC: complication of chronic ulcerative colitis
CUGI: Clemson University Genomics Institute
CURE: CUP1 upstream repeated element
CUTA: congenital urinary tract anomaly
CUTAs: cogenital urinary tract anomalies
CUTAs: congenital urinary tract anomalies
CV: chromosomal vector
CV: chorionic villus
CV: coefficient variations
CV: chorionic villi
CV: Coriolus versicolor
CV: conduction velocity
CV: Conduction velocities
CV: cultured chorionic villus
CV: Color Vision
CV: contamination of chorionic villi
CVA: complete vermian agenesis
CVA: cerebral vascular accidents
CVA: Canonical variates analyses
CVAH: congenital virilizing adrenal hyperplasia
CVB: cost of chorionic villi biopsy
CVB: chorion villus biopsy
CVB: chorionic villus biopsy
CVC: citrus variegated chlorosis
CVCs: Central venous catheters
CVD: coronary vascular disease
CVF: cobra venom factor
CVH: common variable hypogammaglobulinaemia
CVI: common variable immunodeficiency
Cvi: Cape Verde Islands
Cvi: Cape Verdi Islands
CVI: children with common variable immunodeficiency
CVID: Common variable immune deficiency
CVID: classified as common variable immunodeficiency
CVID: combination of common variable immunodeficiency
CVMN: chorionic villus micronucleus
CVS: chorionic villus sampling
CVS: chorionic villus samples
CVS: cases chorionic villus sampling
CVS: compared to chorionic villus sampling
CVS: chorionic villus samplings
CVS: chorionic villi samplings
CVS: chorionic villi sampling
CVS: chorionic villous samplings
CVS: cells from chorionic villus sampling
CVS: chorion villus sampling
CVS: chorionic villous sampling
CVS: case involving chorionic villus sampling
CVS: chromosomes from chorionic villus sampling
CVS: cases of chorionic villus sampling
CVS: commonly on chorionic villus sampling
CVS: chorionic villus sample
CVS: chorionic villi samples
CVS: challenge virus standard
CVS: commonly after chorionic villus sampling
CVS: cells of chorionic villus samples
CVS: consecutive chorionic villus sampling
CVS: cultured chorionic villus sampling
CVS: chronic villus sampling
CVS: consisted of chorionic villus sampling
CVS: chorionic villi sample
CVS: chorionic villi studies
CVS: consecutive chorionic villus samples
CVS: chromosome Chorionic villus sampling
CVS: chorionic villus specimens
CVS: Chorion villi sampling
CVT: congenital vertical talus
CVT: cases of congenital vertical talus
CVT: caloric vestibular test
CVTL: computerized video time lapse
cw: curly whiskers
CW: continuous wave
CZ: central zone
CZE: Capillary zone electrophoresis

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