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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
fluorescence quantitative polymerase chain reaction
(114 times)
Medicine
(16 times)
HBV (11 times)
ELISA (7 times)
HCC (7 times)
2003 [Study on prenatal diagnosis using fluorescence quantitative polymerase chain reaction for congenital toxoplasmosis].
fluorescence quantitative PCR
(92 times)
Virology
(15 times)
HBV (8 times)
ELISA (6 times)
siRNA (6 times)
2001 [Cytomeglovirus infection after liver transplantation].
fluorescent quantitative real-time PCR
(7 times)
Virology
(4 times)
AHV-1 (2 times)
CCK-8 (1 time)
GLSS (1 time)
2008 Cellular chromosome DNA interferes with fluorescence quantitative real-time PCR detection of HBV DNA in culture medium.
fluorescent quantitative reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction
(7 times)
Neoplasms
(4 times)
NEDD9 (2 times)
Ad-GFP (1 time)
BMP-2 (1 time)
2009 [Inhibitory effect of lentiviral vector-mediated SHIP gene transfection on proliferation of leukemia K562 cells and PI3K/Akt pathway regulation].
fluorescent relative-quantification reverse transcriptional PCR
(5 times)
Hematology
(2 times)
FCM (5 times)
Ad-PTEN-GFP (3 times)
CML (3 times)
2008 PTEN and rapamycin inhibiting the growth of K562 cells through regulating mTOR signaling pathway.
findings were confirmed by real-time quantitative reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction
(1 time)
Medicine
(1 time)
CRC (1 time)
ESTs (1 time)
2005 [Screening of differentially expressed genes in colorectal cancer using human whole genomic oligonucleotide microarrays].
fluoresces quantities PCR
(1 time)
Virology
(1 time)
ELISA (1 time)
PBMCs (1 time)
PCR (1 time)
2007 [The correlation of HBeAg expression and HBV-DNA in serum or peripheral blood mononuclear cells in patients with chronic hepatitis B].