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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
ethylene glycol
(1621 times)
Chemistry
(313 times)
DMSO (239 times)
PG (119 times)
GLY (83 times)
1974 Potentiometric determination of autoprotolysis constants of solvents.
Ecthyma gangrenosum
(57 times)
Dermatology
(12 times)
MRSA (3 times)
MSSA (3 times)
AIDS (2 times)
2000 Ecthyma gangrenosum in patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
eugenol
(30 times)
Biochemistry
(6 times)
TC (7 times)
CR (4 times)
CA (3 times)
1998 Physico-chemical properties and antioxidant activities of methoxy phenols.
ethyl gallate
(28 times)
Pharmacology
(7 times)
GA (5 times)
PG (4 times)
EGCG (3 times)
1995 Cytotoxicity of propyl gallate and related compounds in rat hepatocytes.
electrogram
(20 times)
Cardiology
(9 times)
LV (2 times)
MAP (2 times)
5-HD (1 time)
1980 Intracellular calcium and electrogram in ischemic isolated rat heart.
Eucalyptus globulus
(9 times)
Environmental Health
(3 times)
AI (1 time)
AP (1 time)
BET (1 time)
2003 Analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of essential oils of Eucalyptus.
Egypt
(4 times)
Ecological and Environmental Phenomena
(1 time)
CAM (1 time)
Col (1 time)
DPSCs (1 time)
1997 A New Geminivirus Associated with a Leaf Curl Disease of Tomato in Tanzania.
Egyptian
(3 times)
Science
(1 time)
EA (1 time)
EG-M (1 time)
FBNYV (1 time)
1999 Ten distinct circular ssDNA components, four of which encode putative replication-associated proteins, are associated with the faba bean necrotic yellows virus genome.
Eucalyptus grandis
(3 times)
Genetics
(1 time)
DR80 (1 time)
FTIR (1 time)
HGU (1 time)
2013 Effects of pretreatment on morphology, chemical composition and enzymatic digestibility of eucalyptus bark: a potentially valuable source of fermentable sugars for biofuel production - part 1.