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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
monomethylarsonic acid
(28 times)
Chemistry Techniques, Analytical
(13 times)
DMAA (27 times)
TMAO (5 times)
AsC (4 times)
1984 Significance of arsenic metabolic forms in urine. Part I: Chemical speciation.
Medication Management Ability Assessment
(11 times)
Psychiatry
(7 times)
SSPA (4 times)
UPSA (3 times)
DRS (2 times)
2002 Medication management ability assessment: results from a performance-based measure in older outpatients with schizophrenia.
methylmalonic aciduria
(2 times)
Pediatrics
(1 time)
GIF (1 time)
1990 Symmetrical necrosis of the basal ganglia in methylmalonic acidaemia.
Management Ability Assessment total error
(1 time)
Geriatrics
(1 time)
PANSS (1 time)
2008 Functioning in middle aged and older patients with schizophrenia and depressive symptoms: relationship to psychopathology.
metabolite monomethyl arsonic acid
(1 time)
Environmental Health
(1 time)
MPB (1 time)
MSMA (1 time)
2007 Arsenic accumulation in bark beetles and forest birds occupying mountain pine beetle infested stands treated with monosodium methanearsonate.
metabolites, methanearsonic acid
(1 time)
Genetics
(1 time)
APH (1 time)
ARS (1 time)
BrdrU (1 time)
1997 Metabolic methylation is a possible genotoxicity-enhancing process of inorganic arsenics.
methylmalonic aciduria associated protein
(1 time)
Genetics
(1 time)
--- 2015 Crystal structures of Mycobacterial MeaB and MMAA-like GTPases.
monomethylarsenate
(1 time)
Toxicology
(1 time)
DMAA (1 time)
MT (1 time)
1993 Induction of metallothionein by arsenicals in mice.
moving minimum audible angle
(1 time)
Neurosciences
(1 time)
--- 2014 The moving minimum audible angle is smaller during self motion than during source motion.