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Biomedical Sciences Acronym and Abbreviation

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NA: nicotinic acid
NA: nitrous acid
NA: nuclear area
NA: Nuclear abnormalities
NA: North America
na: narrow abdomen
NA: norsolorinic acid
NA: nuclear aberration
NA: nucleic acids
NA: nalidixic acid
NAA: naphthalene acetic acid
NACs: nucleolar associated chromocentres
NAD: nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide
NAD: Newborn aneuploidy detection
NADH: nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide
NADPH: nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate
NADPH: nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphatase
NAF: nipple aspiration fluid
Naf: negative acting factor
NAION: nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy
NAIP: neuronal apoptosis inhibitory protein
NAIP: Neuronal Apoptosis Inhibitor Protein
NAL: National Agricultural Library
NANA: neuraminic acid
NAO: nonyl acridine orange
NAP: nucleosome assembly proteins
NAP: normal Neutrophil alkaline phosphatase
NAP: Neutrophil alkaline phosphatase
NAP: neutrophilic alkaline phosphatase
NAPs: nucleosome assembly proteins
NAR: normal apical ridge
NAR: natural antibody repertoires
NART: National Adult Reading Test
NB: nasal bone
NB: negative binomial
NB: normal base
NB: Northern blot
NB: nuclear bodies
NBC: nucleated blood cells
NBCC: Nevoid basal cell carcinoma
NBCCS: nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome
NBCCS: Naevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome
NBD: nucleosomal binding domain
NBD: negative binomial distributions
NBF: nucleotide binding folds
NBF: neutral buffered formalin
NBFs: nucleotide binding folds
NBM: new born meningitis
NBMC: normal bone marrow cells
NBP: NPA binding protein
NBPs: Nonionic block polymer surfactants
NBRF: National Biomedical Research Foundation
NBS: Nijmegen Breakage Syndrome
NBS: nucleotide binding site
NBSs: nucleotide binding sites
NBT: nitro blue tetrazolium
NBUs: nonreplicating Bacteroides units
NBW: normal birth weight
NC: Ncc confer
NC: nurse cells
NC: normal controls
NC: northern Caucasus
NC: number of nucleolar chromosomes
NC: Nodulation competitiveness
NC: number of nucleated cells
NC: neural crest
NC: Nucleated cells
NC: neuroendocrine carcinoma
Nc: Neurospora crassa
NCA: numerical chromosomal aberrations
NCA: numerical chromosomal abnormalities
NCA: nested cladistic analysis
NCA: numerical chromosome aberrations
NCA: nevus cell aggregate
Ncam: neural cell adhesion molecule
NCAM: neural cell adhesion molecules
NCAS: National Congenital Anomaly System
NCAs: numerical chromosomal aberrations
NCC: neural crest cells
NCC: Nonspecific cytotoxic cell
NCC: nucleated cell count
NCC: neural crest cell
NCCH: nodular C cell hyperplasia
NCD: Nuclear chromatin decondensation
NCDE: nitrosated coal dust extract
NCE: normo chromatic erythrocytes
NCE: normal cervical epithelium
NCG: nodular colloid goitre
NCI: National Cancer Institute
NCI: neuronal cytoplasmic inclusions
NCI: normalized chromosome index
NCIE: nonbullous congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma
NCL: neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis
NCL: nonrandom chromosome loss
nclf: Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis
NCLs: neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses
NCMD: North Carolina macular dystrophy
NCP: nucleosome core particle
NCPs: nucleosome core particles
ncps: nucleosomal core particles
NCR: near complete response
NCR: natural cytotoxic receptors
NCRNA: nonsyndromic congenital retinal nonattachment
NCRPIS: North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station
NCS: Neuronal calcium sensors
NCSs: nerve conduction studies
NCV: nerve conduction velocities
NCV: nerve conduction velocity
NCVs: nerve conduction velocities
ND: normalized distance
ND: niacin deficient
ND: Norrie disease
ND: nicotine dependence
ND: neonatal diabetes
ND: near diploid
ND: Newcastle Disease
NDA: New Drug Application
NDA: nucleus decondensing activity
ndd: nucleoid disruption
ndd: nuclear disruption
NDF: nonspecific dysmorphic features
NDF: neutral detergent fiber
NDG: Norrie disease gene
NDI: nuclear division index
NDI: nephrogenic diabetes insipidus
ndk: nucleoside diphosphate kinase
NDKs: nucleoside diphosphate kinases
NDL: normally distributed liability
NDM: neonatal diabetes mellitus
NDP: Norrie disease protein
NDV: Newcastle disease virus
NE: nuclear envelope
NE: Neutrophil elastase
NE: Neurospora endonuclease
NE: normal epithelia
NE: normal endometrium
NE: new nuclear envelope
NE: nutritive elements
NE: nuclear extracts
NEA: nuclear envelope aberrations
NEAS: northern East Asia
NEB: nuclear envelope breakdown
NEBD: nuclei after nuclear envelope breakdown
NEBD: Nuclear envelope breakdown
NEDH: New England Deaconess Hospital
NEMO: nuclear essential modulator
NEP: normal early placenta
NER: nucleotide excision repair
NER: nucleosomes influence nucleotide excision repair
NER: nucleotide excisions repair
NER: nuclear envelope reformation
NES: nuclear export signal
NES: nuclear exclusion sequence
NESs: nuclear export signals
NESs: novel nuclear export signals
NEST: nuclear export signal trapping
NET: natural erythritol tolerant
NF: nombre fondamental
NF: nuclear factor
NF: nucleoplasmic fibrils
NFCs: nucleated fetal cells
NFI: Nuclear Factor I
NFKB: nuclear factor kappa B
NFL: nodal follicular lymphoma
NFP: natural family planning
NFP: Nod Factor Perception
nfr: nucleosome free region
NFTS: normal first trimester screening
NG: Nuclear grades
NG: nicotiana glauca
NG: nodular goiter
NG: nodules in nodular goiter
Ng: Neisseria gonorrhoeae
NG: normal gingiva
NG: neutrophil granulocytes
NGE: namely glycidyl ether
NGF: Nerve growth factor
NGF: neurons by nerve growth factor
NGF: neurotrophic Nerve growth factor
NGF: nerve growth fact
NGFB: Nerve growth factor beta
NGFR: nerve growth factor receptor
NgR: neurofibromatosis generalisata Recklinghausen
NH: Neonatal haemochromatosis
NH: neonatal hepatitis
NH: Neonatal hemochromatosis
Nh: Nectria haematococca
NHAs: normal human astrocytes
NHBE: Normal human bronchial epithelial
NHD: NFAT Homology Domain
NHD: Nasu Hakola disease
NHDF: normal human diploid fibroblasts
NHF: normal human fibroblasts
NHG: Nottingham histologic grade
NHGRI: National Human Genome Research Institute
NHK: normal human keratinocytes
NHL: non Hodgkin lymphoma
NHMECs: normal human mammary epithelial cells
NHOF: normal human oral fibroblasts
NHOK: normal human oral keratinocyte
NHOK: normal human oral keratinocytes
NHOKs: normal human oral keratinocytes
NHP: non histone proteins
NHR: nervy homology regions
NHRF: National Hellenic Research Foundation
NHRs: nuclear hormone receptors
NHRs: nuclease hypersensitive regions
NHS: Nance Horan syndrome
NHS: National Health Service
NHS: normal human sera
NHS: normal human scale
NHSG: normal human serum
NIB: normalized infant brain
NIC: Nuclear image cytometry
NICU: neonatal intensive care unit
NICUs: neonatal intensive care units
NIDDM: non insulin dependent diabetes mellitus
NII: neuronal intranuclear inclusions
NII: Neuronal intranuclear inclusion
NIL: near isogenic line
NILs: near isogenic lines
NILs: nearly isogenic lines
NIMA: never in mitosis A
NIRCA: Non Isotopic RNAse Cleavage Assay
NIS: Newly Independent States
NISH: nonradioactive in situ hybridization
NJ: New Jersey
NK: natural killer
NK: Nasal killer
NK: numbers of natural killer
NK: novel natural killer
NK: naive natural killer
NK: namely natural killer
NK: novel natural killer
NK: nonspecific natural killer
NK: natural killing
NKC: natural killer complex
NKT: natural killer T
NL: neonatal leukemias
NL: Northern Lights
NL: nuclear lamina
NLA: NOR lateral asymmetry
NLC: normal liveborn child
NLCSG: NOPHO Leukaemia Cytogenetic Study Group
NLD: nonverbal learning disabilities
NLD: nuclear lamina disassembly
NLE: Neonatal lupus erythematosus
NLP: Natural language processing
NLP: light perception
NLPHL: nodular lymphocyte predominance Hodgkin lymphoma
NLPHL: nodular lymphocyte predominant Hodgkin lymphoma
NLS: nuclear localization signal
NLS: nuclear localization signals
NLS: near the nuclear localization signal
NLS: nuclear localization sequence
NLS: nuclear localizing signal
NLS: nuclear localization sequences
NLS: nucleus localization sequence
NLSs: nuclear localization signals
NLV: necrotizing lymphoid vasculitis
NM: nodular melanoma
NM: nude mice
Nm: new mutant
NM: nitrogen mustard
NM: nuclear matrix
NM: nuclear membrane
NM: nodal metastasis
Nm: Neisseria meningitidis
NM: nitrogen mustards
NMBAs: Nuclear matrix binding assays
NMCs: neocentric marker chromosomes
NMD: nuclear membrane dissolution
NMDP: National Marrow Donor Program
NMDs: neuroblast migration disorders
NMDs: nuclear morphometric descriptors
NME: Nystatin methyl ester
NML: National Microbiology Laboratory
NMP: nuclear matrix protein
NMPs: Nuclear matrix proteins
NMR: nuclear magnetic resonance
NMR: novel 1H nuclear magnetic resonance
NMS: Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
NN: nuclear number
NN: neural networks
NN: neural network
NN: node number
NN: namely Rhizobium nodule number
NN: nevocytic nevi
NNDF: normal nuclear division fraction
NNFF: Neurofibromatosis Foundation
NNIS: National Nosocomial Infections Surveillance
NNM: normal nasopharyngeal mucosa
nNOS: neuronal nitric oxide synthase
NNP: neonatal nurse practitioners
NNP: nonhistone nuclear proteins
NNRTI: nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor
NNRTIs: Nonnucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors
NO: Nitric oxide
NO: nucleolus organizer
NO: nucleoid occlusion
NO: noted that nitric oxide
NO: nucleolar organizers
NO: nor nitric oxide
NO: Nucleolus organizers
NO: Neuronal nitric oxide
NO: nucleolar organizer
NOA: nucleolar organizer activity
NOA: naturally occurring antibodies
NOCs: nucleolus organizer chromosomes
NOE: nuclear Overhauser effect
NOE: nmr nuclear Overhauser effect
NOEL: observed effect level
NOELs: observed effect levels
NOEs: nuclear Overhauser effects
NOESY: nuclear Overhauser effect spectroscopy
Nops: nodulation outer proteins
NOR: nucleolar organizer regions
NOR: nucleolar organizer region
NOR: nucleolar organizing region
NOR: nucleolus organizing region
NOR: nucleolus organizer region
NOR: nucleolus organiser region
NOR: nucleolar organized region
NOR: nucleolar organiser region
NOR: nuclei and nucleolar organizing regions
Nor: nor nitric oxide reductase
NOR: nucleolar organization regions
NOR: number of regions
NOR: nuclear organizer region
NOR: nucleolar organizer reactivity
NORs: nucleus organizing regions
NORs: number of nucleolar organizer regions
NORs: nucleolus organizer regions
NORs: nucleolar organizing regions
NORs: nucleolar organiser regions
NORs: nucleolus organizing regions
NORs: number of nucleolus organizer regions
NORs: nucleolous organizer regions
NORs: nucleolar organising regions
NORs: number of nucleolar organiser regions
NORs: nuclear organizer regions
NORs: number of nucleolar organizing regions
NORs: numbers of nucleolar organizer regions
NORs: nucleoli or nucleolus organizing regions
NORs: near their nucleolar organizing regions
NORs: numbers of nucleolar organiser regions
NORs: number of nucleolus organizing regions
NORs: number of nucleolus organiser regions
NORs: number of nucleolar organising regions
NORs: Nucleolar Organizers Regions
NORs: numbers of nucleolar organiser region
NORs: nucleoli and nucleolar organizer regions
NORs: nucleoli organizing regions
NORs: numbers of nucleolar organising regions
NORs: nucleolus organiser regions
NORss: nucleolus organiser regions surface
NOS: nitric oxide synthase
NOS: otherwise specified
NOSE: normal ovarian surface epithelial
NOSE: normal ovarian surface epithelium
NOSs: Nitric oxide synthases
NP: nuclear protrusions
np: nuclear protein
NP: nucleoside phosphorylase
NP: nonhistone proteins
NP: normal pituitary
NP: nurse practitioner
np: nucleotide position
np: nucleotide pair
NP: neuritic plaques
NP: N protein
NP: Nosocomial pneumonia
NPASA: nested PCR and amplification
NPB: nucleolar precursor bodies
NPBs: nucleolar precursor bodies
NPBs: nucleolus precursor bodies
NPBs: negative in nucleolar precursor bodies
NPC: nuclear pore complex
NPC: novel nuclear pore complex
NPCs: neural progenitor cells
NPCs: Neural precursor cells
NPCs: nuclear pore complexes
NPD: nasal potential difference
NPDLL: nodular poorly differentiated lymphocytic lymphoma
NPH: normal pressure hydrocephalus
NPHSII: Northwick Park Heart Study II
NPI: Nottingham Prognostic Index
NPIP: Nuclear Pore Interacting Protein
NPK: newborn pig kidney
NPNA: NOR percentage nuclear area
NPP: nucleotide pyrophosphatase phosphodiestrase
NPPA: natriuretic peptide precursor A
NPPB: natriuretic peptide precursor
NPPB: natriuretic peptide precursor B
NPRA: natriuretic peptide receptor A
NPS: Nail patella syndrome
NPS: nuclear polypeptide synthesis
NPSs: nucleosome positioning sequences
NPTA: nasal predominant transcriptional activating
NPTh: newborn pig thyroid
NPTr: newborn pig trachea
NPV: negative predictive value
NPV: negative predictive values
NQIBD: new quite identical by
NR: neutral red
NR: nuclease resistant
NR: natural resistance
NR: nuclear receptor
NR: Nuclear receptors
NR: nitrate reductase
NR: nephrogenic rest
NR: Nuclear rotation
NR: neutral retina
NR: nucleus reticularis
NRA: nitrate reductase A
NRA: nitrate reductase activities
NRBC: nucleated red blood cells
NRBC: nucleated red blood cell
NRBCs: nucleated red blood cells
NRC: Nuclease Resistant Chromatin
NRC: National Research Council
NRD: negative regulatory domain
NRE: negative regulatory element
NRE: negatively regulating element
NREs: Nru repressor elements
NRF: negative regulatory factor
NRI: nitrogen regulator I
NRK: normal rat kidney
NRL: nucleosome repeat length
NRR: normal radiation region
NRRE: nuclear receptor response elements
NRS: NADPH regenerating system
nrs: really started
NRS: negatively regulates splicing
NRT: nucleus reticularis thalami
NRTI: nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor
NRTIs: nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors
NRU: neutral red uptake
NRZ: nitrate reductase Z
NS: nuclease into nuclease sensitive
NS: Netherton syndrome
NS: nucleation site
NS: nodular sclerosis
NS: Noonan syndrome
NS: nuclear spreads
NS: nephrotic syndrome
NS: nodular sclerosing
NS: Nievergelt syndrome
NS: neutral site
NS: normal saline
NSAID: non steroidal antiinflammatory drugs
NSC: neural stem cell
NSCLC: new lung cancer
NSCLC: Non small cell lung carcinoma
NSCLC: non small cell lung cancer
NSCLC: non small cell lung cancers
NSCs: neural stem cells
NSD: significant differences
NSE: neurogenic specific enolase
NSE: neuron specific enolase
NSE: neuronal specific enolase
NSE: novel sequence element
NSF: normal skin fibroblast
NSF: National Science Foundation
NSF: nuclear shape factor
NSK: newborn swine kidney
NSLS: National Synchrotron Light Source
NSN: surrounded nucleolus
NSP: novel serine protease
NSP: novel structure proteins
NSR: naked seed rice
NSRs: nuclease sensitive regions
NSTs: nerve sheath tumors
NSTs: nervous system tumors
NSV: Neuroadapted Sindbis virus
NT: nuclear transfer
NT: nuchal translucency
NT: Northern Territory
NT: nuclear transplantation
NT: nuclear transplant
NT: neuroblastic tumors
NT: nuchal thickness
NT: nick translation
NT: N terminus
NTCP: normal tissue culture plastic
NTD: neural tube defects
NTD: neural tube defect
NTDs: neural tube defects
NTE: neuropathy target esterase
NTG: normal tension glaucoma
NTM: nuchal translucency measurement
NTP: National Toxicology Program
NTPR: National Transplantation Pregnancy Registry
NTR: Netherlands Twin Register
NTS: nuclear translocation signal
NTUH: National Taiwan University Hospital
NUH: National University Hospital
NV: nucleolar vacuoles
nv: normal values
NV: nuclear volume
NW: New World
NWC: Naval Weapons Center
NWTSG: National Wilms Tumor Study Group
NY: nuclear yellow
NY: New York
NYHA: New York Heart Association
NZ: New Zealand
NZB: New Zealand Black
NZM: New Zealand mixed
NZO: New Zealand obese
NZW: New Zealand White

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