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R.) ; 4) early reaction ERAD : endoplasmic reticulum-associated protein degradation Erb : er(ythro)b(lastosis) ERC : extrachromosomal r DNA circle ERCC : excision-repair cross-complementing ERCP : endoscopic retrograde colangiopancreatography ERD : estrogen receptor (ligand-binding) domain ERDM : erythromycin-N-demethylase ERE : estrogen RE ERG : electroretinogram ERGIC : ER-Golgi intermediate compartment ERK : extracellular regulated (or extracellular signal-related) kinase ERM : 1) Ets-related molecule ; 2) esrin, radixin and moesin (family) EROD : 7-ethoxyresorufin-O-deethylase ERP : effective refractory period ERV : expiratory reserve volume ES : 1) embryonic stem (cell) ; 2) evolutionarily stable; 3) expression site ESAT : early secreted antigenic target ESB : electronic stimulation of the brain ESCC : esophageal squamous cell carcinoma ESCS : enhanced S-cone syndrome ESE : exonic splicing enhancer ESI : electrospray ionization ESI-FTMS : ESI Fourier-transform mass spectroscopy ESI-MS : ESI mass spectroscopy ESkine : embryonic stem cell chemokine esp : 1) enhanced susceptibility to pathogen ; 2) especially ESR : 1) erythrosedimentation rate ; 2) electron spin resonance ESRD : end-stage renal disease ESS : 1) Epworth sleepiness scale 2) exonic splicing silencer EST : 1) expressed sequence tag ; 2) estimate, estimation (est) ET : 1) ehtyl (Et-) ; 2) embryo transfer ; 3) energy transfer ; 4) and (et) ; 5) endothelin ; 6) effector/target ratio (E/T ; E: T) et al. : and others) Et Br : ethidium bromide ETC : 1) extraterrestrial civilization ; 2) et cetera (i.e.

: and so on, and so forth, and others) (etc.) ; 3) esophago-tracheal combitube ETCO2 : end-tidal CO ETFP : electron transfer flavoprotein ETLP : electron transport level phosphorylation Et OH : ethanol ETO : 1) etoposide ; 2) eight-twenty-one ETP : electron transport phosphorylation ETS : 1) e(ry)t(hroblastosi)s (ETS/ets) ; 2) environmental tobacco smoke ; 3) electron transport system ETT : exercise treadmill time ETU : ethylenethiourea EU : european union EUA : examination under anaesthesia EV : epidermodysplasia verruciformis EVG : expression-verified gene EVH : Enabled / Vasp homology exa : 10 EXAFS : extended X-ray absorption fine structure EXP : 1) experiment(al) (Exp./ exp) ; 2) exponential (exp.) EYFP : enhanced yellow fluorescent protein EYL : Earles yeast lactalbumin (balanced salt solution) # A B CDE F G HIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ F : 1) Faraday constant (F) ; 2) fructose ; 3) formyl (f) ; 4) Phe ; 5) fertility (factor) ; 6) femto (f) ; 7) filamentous ; 8) coefficient of inbreeding ; 9) fertility (factor) ; 10) filial (generation) ; 11) fragment (f) ; 12) mitochondrial (H) ; 24 aceton (f) FA : Fanconi anemia FA58C : coagulation factor 5/8 C-terminal (domain) FAAH : fatty acid aminohydrolase FAB : 1) fragment Ag-binding (Fab) ; 2) fast atomic bombardment ; 3) French-American-British (classification) FABP : fatty acid binding protein FACS : fluorescence-activated cell (chromosome) sorter (FACS FAD : 1) flavin-adenine dinucleotide ; 2) familial AD FADD : Fas-associated death domain FAE : follicle-associated epithelium FAF : 1) fatty acid free ; 2) Fas associated factor FAH : fumarylacetoacetate hydrolase FAICAR : N-formylaminoimidazhole 4-carboxyamide ribonucleotide FAK : focal adhesion kinase FALS : 1) forward angle light scatter ; 2) familial ALS FAM : 6-carboxyfluorescein FAME : fatty acid modifying enzyme FAN : factor associated with neutral sphingomyelinase (activation) FANA : fluorescent anti-nuclear antibody FANC : Fanconi anaemia complementation group FANCY : functional analysis by co-responses in yeast FANFT : (N-[4,5-nitro-2-furyl]-2-thiazole) formamide FAP : 1) Fas-associated phosphatase ; 2) familial adenomatous polyposis ; 3) familial amyloid polyneuropathy; 4) first aid point Fapy : 2,6-diamino-4-hydroxy-5-N-methylformamidopyrimidine FAQ : frequently asked question FARCE : freezing at the reactive centres of enzyme FAS : 1) FS7 (foreskin cell strain) associated s Ag (Fas) ; 2) fatty-acid synthase FASL : Fas ligand (FASL/Fas L) FAT : 1) fluorescent Ab test ; 2) factor acetyltransferase ; 3) focal-adhesion-targeting (sequence) FATP : fatty acid transporter FAU : 2'-fluoro-2'-deoxy-1--arabinofuranosyl-uracil FAVN : fluorescent Ab virus neutralisation FB : foreign body FBBG : filamentous brush border glycocalyx FBJVMSV : Finkel-Biskis-Jinkins murine sarcoma virus FBP : 1) folate-binding protein ; 2) fructose-1,6-bisphosphate FBS : 1) foetal bovine serum ; 2) fasting blood sugar Fc : fragment crystallizable FCCP : trifluorocarbonylcyanide phenylhydrazone FCHL : familial combined hyperlipidemia FCK : fetal calf kidney (cell) FCM : flow cytofluorometry FCR : 1) fractional catabolic rate ; 2) Fc receptor FCS : 1) fluorescence correlation spectroscopy ; 2) foetal calf serum FCV : famciclovir FD : 1) ferredoxin (Fd) ; 2) fatal dose FDA : food and drug administration FDAMA : FDA modernization act FDAT : fluorescence-based DNA analysis technology FDC : follicular dendritic cell FDCA : food, drug and cosmetics act FDCM : familial DCM FDCSP : FDC secreted protein (FDC-SP) FDG : F-2-deoxyglucose FD-MS : field desorption mass spectroscopy FDNB : 1-fluoro-2,4-dinitrobenzene FDR : functional divergence ratio Fd UMP : 5-fluorodeoxyuridine monophosphate Fd Urd : 5-fluorodeoxyuridine FEA : finite element analysis FECH : ferrochelatase FEF : forced expiratory flow FEL : free electron laser Fe LV : feline leukemia virus femto : 10 : FEV during the first second FEX : fexofenadine FF : 1) father's father ; 2) following (ff) FFA : free fatty acid FFE : free flow electrophoresis FFF .

: example given) (e.g.) ; 2) embryonic germ (cell) EGC : 1) epigallocatechin ; 2) early gastric cancer EGCL : external granular cell layer EGCG : epigallocatechin gallate EGF : epidermal GF (domain) EGF_CA : Ca-aminoethylether)-N, N, N', N'-tetraacetic acid EG-VEGF : endocrine gland-derived VEGF EH : Eps15 homology (domain) EHAA : Eagle's Hanks' amino acids EI : erythaema infectiosum EIA : enzyme immunoassay EIAV : equine infectious anemia virus EIB : exercise-induced bronchoconstriction EICAR : 5-ethynyl-1--D-ribofuranosylimidazole-4-carboxamide EICE : ETS/IRF composite element EID : 1) electroimmunodiffusion ; 2) egg-infective dose EIR : entomological inoculation rate EIRE : ETS/IRF response element EIU : electronic interface unit EJC : exon-junction complex EKC : electrokinetic chromatography EKG : electrokardiogram (German) EL : electroluminescence ELAM : endothelial leukocyte adhesion molecule ELC : 1) EBV-induced molecule-1 ligand chemokine ; 2) Ebl-1-ligand chemokine EL-CSC : end-ligation coincident sequence cloning ELF : 1) extremely low frequency ELG : extracellular ligand-gated (Cl channel) ELK : Ets-like (TF) ELISA : enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay ELISPOT : enzyme-linked immunospot ELP : electromagnetic pulse ELSI : ethical, legal and social issues ELU : extra-label use EM : 1) enriched medium ; 2) electron microscopy (E.

: A or G or T in base codes) ; 16) 5,6-dihydrouridine (D/d) ; 17) deci D4T : 2',3'-didehydro-2',3'-dideoxythymidine DA : 1) dalton (unit) (Da) ; 2) daughterless (da) ; 3) dopamine DAA : DNA alkylating agent DAB : 1) 2,4-diaminobutyric acid (Dab) ; 2) 3,3-diaminobenzidine (tetrahydrochloride) ; 3) single-domain Ab (d Ab) DAD : 1) diffuse alveolar damage ; 2) delayed afterdepolarization DAF : 1) decay accelerating factor ; 2) DNA amplification fingerprinting DAG : sn-1,2-diacyl glycerol DAGK : DAG kinase DALS : discontinuous additional lung sound DALY : disability-adjusted life years DAMD : direct amplification of minisatellite-region DNA DAMGO : [-ol]enkephalin DAMP : 3-(2,4-dinitroanilino)-3´-amino-N-methyldipropylamine DAP : 1) death associated protein kinase ; 2) dacapo DAPI : 4',6'-diamidino-2-phenylindole DARC : Duffy Ag receptor for chemokines DARPA : defense advanced research projects agency DARPP : dopamine and c AMP-regulated phosphoprotein DASS : defined Ag substrate spheres DAT : 1) dopamine transporter ; 2) direct antiglobulin test DAX : Dsh andaxin (domain) DB : 1) diagonal band of Broca ; 2) database DBC : deleted in breast cancer DBCL : diffuse large-B-cell lymphoma DBD : DNA-binding domain DBE : direct blotting electrophoresis DBL : 1) double (dbl) ; 2) dibble (dbl) ; 3) Duffy-binding-like (protein) DBP : 1) Duffy binding protein ; 2) DNA binding protein DBRP : destruction box recognition protein DC : 1) direct current (dc) ; 2) dendritic cell ; 3) dyskeratosis congenita DCBE : double-contrast barium enema DCCK : dendritic cell-derived C-C chemokine Dc R : decoy receptor DC : 1) decarboxylase ; 2) dendritic cell DCC : 1) deleted in colon carcinoma ; 2) dicyclohexylcarbodiimide DCCT : diabetes control and complications trial DCF : 2',7'-dihydrochlorofluorescein (diacetate) DCFH-DA : 2',7'-dichlorofluorescin diacetate DCM : dilated cardiomyopathy DCP : diphencyprone DCSIGN : DC-specific ICAM-3-grabbing non-integrin DCT : distal convoluted tubule DD : 1) death domain ; 2) dideoxy (dd) ; 3) distilled and deionized (dd) ; 4) donor DNA DDAVP : 1-deamino-8--AVP DDBJ : DNA data bank of Japan DDC : 1) diethyldithiocarbamic acid ; 2) 2',3'-dideoxycitidine ; 3) DOPA decarboxylase Dde : Desulfovibrio desulfuricans dd F : dideoxy fingerprinting DDGE : denaturing detergent gradient gel electrophoresis DDI : 2',3'-dideoxyinosine DDP : diamminedichloroplatinum DDR : 1) discoidin domain receptor ; 2) DNA damage response DDRT-PCR : differential display transcriptase-PCR DDT : dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane DEAE : diethylaminoethyl DEANO : 2,2-diethyl-1-nitroso-oxyhydrazine sodium salt (DEA/NO) DEC : diethylcarbamazine DED : death effector domain DEET : N, N'-diethylmetatoluamide DEFRA : department for environment, food and rural affairs DEFSN : defensin (domain) DEG : 1) degree (deg) ; 2) degenerin DEHD : Asp-Glu-His-Asp DEJ : dermal-epidermal junction DEM : discrete element method DEN : diethyl nuitrosamine DEP : 1) Dsh Egl-10 Pleckstrin (domain) ; 2) diethyl pyrocarbonate ; 3) diesel exhaust particle DEPC : diethyl pyrocarbonate DES : diethylstilbestrol DETANONOATE : (Z)-1-[N-(2-aminoethyl)-N-(2-ammonioethyl)amino]diazen-1-ium-1,2-diolate (DETA NONOate) DETC : dendritic epidermal T cells DEV : 1) duck embryo vaccine ; 2) develop, development (dev) DEVD : Asp-Glu-Val-Asp DEXA : dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry df : degrees of freedom DFF : DNA fragmentation factor DFP : 1) diisopropyl fluorophosphate ; 2) DNA fingerprinting ; 3) 3-(2-propyloxy)-(4-methyl-sulphonylphenyl)-(5,5-dimethyl)-furanone DFS : disease-free survival DFSP : dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans DFT : density functional theory DFW : deafwaddler Dg : diagnosis DGAT : acyl Co A:diacylglycerol transferase DGDG : digalattosyldiacylglycerol DGGE : denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis DGK : DAG kinase DGLA : dihomo-GLA DGR : 1) duodenogastric reflux ; 2) Drosophila melanogaster gustatory receptor DH : 1) dehydrogenase ; 2) doubled haploids ; 3) Dbl-homology (domain) ; 4) DNase I hypersensitive (site) DHA : 1) dihydroascorbate ; 2) dehydroepiandrosteron ; 3) docosahexanoic acid DHAP : dihydroxyacetone phosphate DHBAc : 3,4-dihydroxybenzoic acid DHBAlc : 3,4-dihydroxybenzylalcohol DHBAld : 3,4-dihydroxybenzaldehyde DHBAm : 3,4-dihydoxybenzylamine DHEA : dehydroepiandrosterone DHEA-S : DHEA sulphate DHF : 1) dihydrofolate ; 2) dengue hemorrhagic fever DHFR : dihydrofolate reductase DHGLA : dihomo-GLA Dhh : desert hedgehog DHODH : dihydroorotate dehydrogenase DHPLC : denaturing HPLC (DHPLC/d HPLC) DHPR : dihydropyridine receptor DHPS : dihydropteroate synthase DHPy : 5,6-dihydropyrimidine DHR : dihydrorhodamine DHS : DNase I-hypersensitive site DHT : 1) dihydrotachysterol ; 2) 5,6-dihydrothymine ; 3) dehydrotestosterone DHU : 5,6-dihydrouracil DI : 1) diabetes insipidus ; 2) defective interfering (RNA) DIA : differentiation inhibiting activity DIABLO : direct IAP-binding protein with low p I diag : diagnosis DIC : disseminate intravascular coagulation DIDS : 4,4'-diisothiocyanato-stilbene-2,2'-disulfonate DIF : differentiation-inducing factor DIG : 1) digoxygenin ; 2) digoxin investigators group ; 3) detergent-insoluble glycolipid DII : 1,1'-dioctadecyl-3,3,3',3'-tetramethyindolecarbocyanine perchlorate dil : dilue (i.e.homogeneously stained regions HSRV : human spumavirus HSS : Hallervorden-Spatz syndrome HSV : herpes simplex virus HT : height (ht) HTB : 2-hydroxy-4-trifluoromethylbenzoic acid HTF : Hpa II tiny fragment HTH : helix-turn-helix (motif) HTL : helper T lymphocyte HTLV : human T(-cel)l lymphotrophic virus HTML : hypertext markup language HTMT : 6-[2-(4-imidazolyl)ethylamino]-N-(4-trifluoromethylphenyl)hepatanecarboxamide HTP : high throughput HTS : HTP screening HTTP : hypertext transmission protocol (http) HU : hydroxyurea HUGO : human genome organization HUPO : human proteome organization HUS : hemolytic uremic syndrome HUTEC : human tonsil high endothelial cell HUVEC : human umbilical vein endothelial cells HVA : 1) high-voltage activated ; 2) homovanillic acid HVD : hypertensive vascular disease HVEM : Herpesvirus entry mediator HVR : hypervariable region HVS : herpesvirus saimiri HWE : Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium HX : 1) hypoxanthine ; 2) history (Hx) ; 3) hemopexin-like (repeats) HYAL : hyaluronidase (Hyal) Hyl : 5-hydroxylysine Hyp : hydroxyproline HZFe SV : Hardy-Zuckerman feline sarcoma virus -isopentenyladenosine IA : 1) incurred accidentally ; 2) islet Ag IAA : 1) indole-3-acetic acid ; 2) inhibitory amino acid IAB : intact active bone IAC : independent adjudication committee IAD : 1) IRF association domain ; 2) IER association domain IAEDANS : 5-((((2-iodoacetyl)amino)ethyl)amino)naphtalene-1-sulfonic acid IAH : institute of animal health IAP : 1) inhibitor of apoptosis protein ; 2) integrin associated protein ; 3) intracisternal A-particle IAPP : islet amyloid polypeptide IAT : indirect antiglobulin test IB : 1) immunoblot test ; 2) IGF BP homologues IBC : institutional biosafety committee IBD : 1) inflammatory bowel disease ; 2) identity because descendant ibid. : in the same place) IBM : inclusion body myopathy (or myositis) IBMX : 3-isobutyl-1-methylxanthine IBR : in-between RING (region) IBS : 1) irritable bowel syndrome ; 2) identity because same IC : 1) intermediate compartment ; 2) immune complex ; 3) intracerebral(ly) (i.c.) ; 4) interstitial cystitis ; 5) intracytoplasmic ; 6) intracranial (i.c.) IC : inhibitory concentration 50% ICAD : inhibitor of CAD ICAM : inter CAM ICAT : isotope-coded affinity tag ICBG : international cooperative biodiversity groups ICC : 1) intracellular cytokine ; 2) immunocytochemistry ICD : implanted cardiac defibrillator ICDH : isocitrate dehydrogenase ICE : 1) IL-1 converting enzyme ; 2) internal combustion engine ICE-LAP : ICE-like apoptotic protease ICER : 1) incremental cost-effectiveness ratio ; 2) inducible c AMP early repressor ICErel.: ICE/CED-3 related protease ICF : immunodeficiency, centromere instability and facial abnormalities (syndrome) ICFTU : international complement fixation test unit ICGEB : International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Ich : ICE and ced-3 homologue ICM : inner cell mass (cell) ICNV : international committee on nomenclature of viruses ICOS : inducible co-stimulator ICPI : intracerebral pathogenicity index ICR : internal control of expression ICS : 1) intracytoplasmic cell staining ; 2) intracellular cytokine staining ICSBP : IFN consensus sequence binding protein ICSH : interstitial cell-stimulating hormone ICSI : intracytoplasmic sperm injection ICT : inflammation of connective tissue ICTV : international committee on taxonomy of viruses ICU : intensive care unit ICV : intracerebroventricular ID : 1) immunobiological distance ; 2) inside diameter (i.d.) ; 3) idiotype or idiotypic determinant (Id) ; 4) idem (i.e.: FADD-like ICE FLIP : FLICE inhibitory protein FLK : fetal lamb kidney (cells) FLpter : fraction of lenght form p ter FLS : 1) fibroblast-like synoviocyte ; 2) fibrous long-spaced (collagen) FM : 1) father's mother ; 2) 2'-O-methylpseudouridine (fm) ; 3) frequency-modulated FMD : foot and mouth disease FMDII : methylbenzamido-1,1'-dioctadecyl-3,3,3',3'-tetramethylindo-dicarbocyanine (FM-Di I) FMDV : FMD virus FMF : familial Mediterranean fever FMK : O-methyl-fluoromethylketone (fmk) FML : fluorometholone FMLP (or f MLP) : formyl Met-Leu-Phe FMN : flavin mononucleotide FMOC : 9-fluorenylmethyloxycarbonyl (F-moc) FMP : factor motility protein FMR : Fiend/Moloney/Rauscher FMRFamide : H-Phe-Met-Arg-Phe-NH f MRI : functional MRI FMT : fluorescence-mediated tomography FMTC : familial medullary thyroid carcinoma FN : fibronectin (domain) (Fn) FNA : funaltrexamine FNR : 1) fumarate nitrate reduction (Fnr) ; 2) ferredoxin-NADP reductase FOBT : fecal occult blood test FOG : friend of GATA FOLN : follistatin-NTD-like FOMT : flavanone 7-O-methyltransferase For : formyl Fos : f(eline) os(teosarcoma) FP : 1) fluorescence polarization ; 2) freezing point (f.p.) ; 3) F prostaglandin (receptor) ; 4) forward primer (fp) FPA : 1) fluorescence polarisation assay ; 2) Ferguson plot analysis FPB : flexor pollicis brevis (muscle) FPERT : formamide PERT FPLC : fast protein liquid chromatography FPP : 1) farnesyl pyrophosphate ; 2) fresh plama pool FPR : 1) N-formyl peptide receptor ; 2) false positive ratio FPRL : N-formyl peptide receptor-like FR : framework region frac : fracture frag : fragment FRAP : 1) FKBP-rapamycin-associated protein ; 2) fluorescence recovery after photobleaching FRAXA : fragile X syndrome FRB : FRAP rapamycin binding domain FRC : functional residual capacity freq : freequency, frequent FRET : fluorescence resonance energy transfer FRI : 1) frizzled (domain) ; 2) fluorescence reflectance imaging Fr MLV : Friend murine leukemia virus FRP : frizzled receptor-like protein FRR : familial relative risk FRS : FGF receptor stimulated Fru : fructose FS : fractional shortening FSA : food standard agency FSC : forward (light) scatter (analysis) FSE : field stop electrophoresis FSF : fibrin stabilizing factor FSH : follicle stimulating hormone FSHD : fascio-scapolo-homeral distrophy FSV : 1) Fujinami sarcoma virus ; 2) feline syncytial virus FT : 1) freezing and thawing (F/T) ; 2) foot (unit) (ft(.)) FT FTIC MS : Fourier transform ion cyclotron mass spectrometry FT-MS : Fourier transform mass spectroscopy FTOC : fetal thymic organ culture FTV : fortovase FU : 1) fused (Fu) ; 2) furin-like repeats Fuc : fucose FUCT : fucosyltransferase (Fuc T) FUO : fever of undetermined origin FUra : 5-fluorouracil Fv : fragment variable FVC : forced vital capacity FW: formula weight FX : 1) fracture (Fx) ; 2) fornix FXR : farnesol X receptor FYB : FYN binding protein FYVE : Fab-1, YGL023 (YOTB), Vps27 (Vac1) and EEA1 (domain) Fz : frizzled # A B CDEF G HIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ G : 1) genomic (g); 2) Gibbs free energy (G) ; 3) guanine ; 4) glucose ; 5) glyceraldehyde ; 6) glutathione ; 7) Gly ; 8) gap (phase) ; 9) giga ; 10) granulocyte ; 11) globular ; 12) Giemsa (staining) ; 13) relative centrifugal force (g) ; 14) gram (g) ; 15) glycoprotein (G/g) GA : 1) glatiramer acetate ; 2) gibberellin GAB : Grb2-associated binder (Gab) GABA : -activating factor GAFe SV : Gardner-Arnstein feline sarcoma virus GAFS : gated autofluorescence/forward scatter GAG : glycosaminoglycan GAL : 1) galactose (Gal) : 2) gallon (gal) GALC : galactocerebrosidase--galactosylqueuosine GALT : gut-associated lymphoid tissue GAM : goat anti-mouse (Ig) GAP : 1) GTPase activating protein ; 2) glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate GAPDH : glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase GAR : glycinamide ribonucleotide GARGG : goat anti-rabbit -activating sequence ; 2) growth arrest specific (protein 2 domain) ; 3) general adaptation syndrome ; 4) group A Streptococcus GAT : gene augmentation therapy GATE : Golgi-associated ATPase enhancer GATT : gene amplification with transcription/translation GAVI : global alliance for vaccines and immunizations GAWTS : genomic amplificatioin with transcript sequencing GB : galbladder GBA : genetic bit analysis GBH : -hydroxybutyrate GBL : Glc-binding lectine GBM : glomerular basement membrane GBS : group B Streptococcus GC : 1) germinal center ; 2) gas chromatography ; 3) gallocatechin ; 4) guanylate cyclase ; 5) glucocorticoid ; 6) (cerebellar) granule cell GCA : giant cell arteritis GCAP : guanylate cyclase-activating protein GCDC : germinal center dendritic cell GCF : gingival crevicular fluid GCK : germinal center kinase GCN : general control of amino acid biosynthesis GCP : 1) good clinical practice ; 2) granulocyte chemotactic protein GCS : Glasgow coma scale GCV : gancyclovir GD : Graves' disease GDEPT : gene-directed enzyme prodrug therapy GDF : 1) growth/differentiation factor ; 2) GDI-displacement factor GDI : GDP-dissociation inhibitor GDNF : glial-derived neurotrophic factor GDP : 1) guanosine 5'-diphosphate ; 2) gross domestic product gd PCR : gene dosage PCR GDS : GDP-dissociation (displacement) stimulator GE : 1) genetically engineered ; 2) gel electroporesis ; 3) genome equivalent ; 4) general electric (company) GEC : glomerular epithelial cell GED : GTPase effector domain GEF : GDP/GTP exchange factor GEFS : generazlied epilepsy with febrile seizures GEL : gelsolin homology domain GEM : glycolipid-enriched microdomain GERD : gastroesophageal reflux disease GERL : Golgi-endoplasmic reticulum-lysosome GF : 1) germ-free ; 2) growth factor GFAP : glial fibrillary acidic protein GFAT : Gln: Fru-6-P amidotransferase GFP : green-fluorescent protein GFR : glomerular filtration rate GGL : G-protein -inducible lysosomal thiol reductase GIP : gastric inhibitory peptide GIPL : glycoinositolphospholipid GISA : glycopeptide-intermediate Staphylococcus aureus GISH : genomic ISH GIST : gastrointestinal stromal tumour GIT : 1) gastro-intestinal tract ; 2) growth inhibition test ; 3) GRK interactor GITR : glucocorticoid-induced TNF receptor family-related gene GJIC : gap junctional intracellular communication GK : glucokinase GKLF : gut-enriched Kruppel-like factor GL : germline GLA : 1) 4- or -linolenic acid GLC : 1) gas-liquid chromatography ; 2) glucose (Glc) Glc A : gluconic acid Glc N : glucosamine Glc NAc : N-acetylglucosamine Glc UA .glucuronic acid GLD : globoid cell leukodystrophy GLECT : galectin (domain) GLH : growth and lactogenic hormones GLI : glioma Gln : glutamine GLP : 1) 5-oxo Pro or piro Glu (Glp) ; 2) good laboratory practice ; 3) glucagon-like peptide Glu : 1) glutamic acid ; 2) glucose (GLU) GLUD : Glu dehydrogenase GLUT : Glc transporter Glx : Glu or Gln or Gla or Glp Gly : glycine GM : 1) genetically modified ; 2) gram (gm) ; 3) 2'-O-methylguanosine ; 4) gentamycin ; 5) gene modified GMA : glycol methacrylate GMC : ganglion mother cell GM-CSF : granulocyte and monocyte CSF GMF : genetically modified food GMO : genetically modified organism GMP : 1) guanosine 5'-monophosphate ; 2) granule membrane protein ; 2) good manufacturing practice ; 4) granulocyte-monocyte progenitor GMS : genomic mismatch scanning GN : glomerulonephritis GNAT : Gcn5-related N-acetyltransferase GNBP : guanine nucleotide-binding protein Gn RF : gonadotropin releasing factor Gn RH : gonadotropin releasing hormone GNRP : G nucleotide releasing protein GNTI : 5'-guanidino naltrindole GO : 1) Graves' ophtalmopathy ; 2) gene ontology GOD : generator of diversity GOF : gain-of-function GOLD : global initiative for chronic obstructive lung disease GORD : gastro oesophageal reflux disease GOT : Glu-OAA trassaminase GP : 1) glycoprotein (GP / gp) ; 2) glycophorin ; 3) general practitioner GPAT : genetic prodrug activation therapy GPC : glycoprotein complex GPCOV : guinea pig type C oncovirus GPCR : G-protein coupled receptor GPI : glycosyl-PI (anchor or linkage) GPP : geranyl pyrophosphate GPR : G-protein-coupled receptor GPS : GPCR proteolytic site (domain) GPT : Glu-Pyr transaminase GPX : glutathione peroxidase GR : glucocorticoid receptor GRAN : granulin Granzyme : gran(ule en)zyme GRAS : generally recognized as safe Grb : GF receptor-bound GRE : glucocorticoid RE GRF : 1) GH-releasing factor ; 2) guanine nucleotide releasing factor GRH : GH-releasing hormone GRIP : 1) glucocorticoid receptor interacting protein ; 2) Glu receptor interacting protein GRK : GPC R kinase g RNA : guide RNA GRO : growth-related oncogene GRP : gastrin reasing peptide GRPP : glucagon gene-related polypeptide GRR : IFN- response region Grx : glutaredoxin GS : 1) glutamine synthetase ; 2) genomic selection GSC : germline stem cell GSD : glycogen storage disease GSK : glycogen synthase kinase GSH : reduced (-SH) glutathione GSL : glycosphingolipid GSNO : S-nitrosoglutathione GSS : 1) Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker (syndrome) ; 2) genome survey sequence GSSG : oxidized (-S-S-) glutathione GST : glutathione S-transferase GT : 1) galactosyl transferase ; 2) gutta (i.e.

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