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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
human myeloma cell lines
(46 times)
Hematology
(23 times)
MM (35 times)
BM (8 times)
FOXM1 (3 times)
1989 Phenotypic analysis of human myeloma cell lines.
human MM cell lines
(11 times)
Neoplasms
(8 times)
MM (11 times)
BDNF (1 time)
BM (1 time)
2004 Gene expression profiles in human mesothelioma cell lines in response to interferon-gamma treatment.
human multiple myeloma cell lines
(5 times)
Neoplasms
(2 times)
MM (3 times)
BCMA (1 time)
EBV (1 time)
2007 Molecular characterization of human multiple myeloma cell lines by integrative genomics: insights into the biology of the disease.
human mesothelioma cell lines
(3 times)
Neoplasms
(2 times)
DMM (1 time)
IDO (1 time)
IL-1beta (1 time)
1997 Differential responsiveness of human and rat mesothelioma cell lines to recombinant interferon-gamma.
human mesangial cell lines
(2 times)
Nephrology
(2 times)
hLPLwt (1 time)
IL-6 (1 time)
LDLR (1 time)
2004 Anti-inflammatory effect of PPARgamma in cultured human mesangial cells.
human malignant mesothelioma cell lines
(1 time)
Pathology
(1 time)
--- 1995 Human malignant mesothelial cells: variability of ultrastructural features in established and nude mice transplanted cell lines.
human Muller cell lines
(1 time)
Ophthalmology
(1 time)
NCBI (1 time)
NHMCs (1 time)
SAGE (1 time)
2007 Comparison between the gene expression profile of human Muller cells and two spontaneous Muller cell lines.
human myeloma-derived cell lines
(1 time)
Molecular Biology
(1 time)
DCC (1 time)
MGUS (1 time)
MM (1 time)
2015 Transcriptional dysregulation of the deleted in colorectal carcinoma gene in multiple myeloma and monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance.