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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
chemical warfare agents
(116 times)
Chemistry Techniques, Analytical
(42 times)
DMMP (9 times)
MOFs (8 times)
CWC (6 times)
1999 Risk assessment of a former military base contaminated with organoarsenic-based warfare agents: uptake of arsenic by terrestrial plants.
cell wall appositions
(6 times)
(2 times)
ROS (2 times)
alpha-SNAP (1 time)
F-actin (1 time)
2011 HYR1-mediated detoxification of reactive oxygen species is required for full virulence in the rice blast fungus.
chemical weapons agents
(3 times)
Chemistry Techniques, Analytical
(2 times)
CIR-TOF-MS (1 time)
DOSY (1 time)
HSQC (1 time)
0 Chemical Contamination Transfer in the Management of War Casualties.
Collaborative writing applications
(3 times)
Health Services Research
(1 time)
CBA (1 time)
EM (1 time)
ITS (1 time)
2013 Wikis and collaborative writing applications in health care: a scoping review.
chemical warfare agent simulants
(1 time)
Chemistry Techniques, Analytical
(1 time)
PS (1 time)
PVA (1 time)
PVP (1 time)
2014 Characterization of an array of Love-wave gas sensors developed using electrospinning technique to deposit nanofibers as sensitive layers.
cirrhosis with ascitis
(1 time)
Laboratory Techniques and Procedures
(1 time)
ADH (1 time)
ANF (1 time)
PR (1 time)
2001 Difference in solute excretion during correction of hyponatremic patients with cirrhosis or syndrome of inappropriate secretion of antidiuretic hormone by oral vasopressin V2 receptor antagonist VPA-985.
color word associates
(1 time)
(1 time)
CPHAs (1 time)
CPHs (1 time)
CWs (1 time)
2014 Activation of lexical and semantic representations without intention along GPC-sublexical and orthographic-lexical reading pathways in a Stroop paradigm.