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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
Fluoro-Jade C
(54 times)
Neurology
(26 times)
SAH (6 times)
EBI (4 times)
AD (3 times)
2006 Fluoro-Ruby labeling prior to an amphetamine neurotoxic insult shows a definitive massive loss of dopaminergic terminals and axons in the caudate-putamen.
freely jointed chain
(12 times)
Chemistry
(6 times)
AFM (3 times)
WLC (3 times)
SMFS (2 times)
2001 Stretching single-stranded DNA: interplay of electrostatic, base-pairing, and base-pair stacking interactions.
facet joint capsule
(11 times)
Orthopedics
(5 times)
SM (4 times)
LBP (3 times)
LC (2 times)
2005 Development of an in vivo method to investigate biomechanical and neurophysiological properties of spine facet joint capsules.
Federal Joint Committee
(11 times)
Health Services Research
(3 times)
EBA (4 times)
EBM (3 times)
NICE (3 times)
2008 Procedures and methods of benefit assessments for medicines in Germany.
Family Justice Center
(2 times)
Traumatology
(1 time)
IPV (2 times)
MI (1 time)
TRO (1 time)
2016 Intimate Partner Violence Victims Seeking a Temporary Restraining Order: Social Support and Resilience Attenuating Psychological Distress.
facet joint capsule strain
(1 time)
Neurology
(1 time)
CI (1 time)
IVA (1 time)
2009 Position sensitivity of feline paraspinal muscle spindles to vertebral movement in the lumbar spine.
facet joint cysts
(1 time)
Orthopedics
(1 time)
MRI (1 time)
NSURG (1 time)
2018 NeuroSpine Surgery Research Group (NSURG) Classification System for Grading Lumbar Synovial Cysts.
Fluoro Jade-C staining
(1 time)
Brain
(1 time)
ANOVA (1 time)
DHCA (1 time)
HE (1 time)
2011 Fluoro jade-C staining in the assessment of brain injury after deep hypothermia circulatory arrest.