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Browse All Abbreviation related to the Acronym Diseases. All abbreviations on this page are (+)ssRNA means Positive-sense, Single-Stranded Ribonucleic Acid, (-)ssRNA means Negative-sense, Single-Stranded Ribonucleic Acid, 1MN means Immunology, 2012-nCoV means 2012 Novel Coronavirus, 2019-nCoV means 2019 Novel Coronavirus, A means Alzheimer Disease Map Ontology, A means Amrita Diabetes and Endocrine Population Survey, A means Amyotrophic LaterL Sclerosis, A means Amyotrophic Kateral Sclerosis, A-T means Ataxia-telangiectasia, AA means Alcohol Abuse, AAAQ means Adult Asthma Adherence Questionnaire, AAD means Awful Agency Disease, AAD means antibiotic-associated diarrhea, AADI means Asian American Diabetes Inititative, AAIA means Allergy Asthma Information Association, AAIR means Allergy Asthma Immunol Res, AAPCD means Amyloidosis Associated with Plasma Cell Dyscrasia, AASLD means American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, ABCD means Advisory Board on Cat Diseases,

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(+)ssRNAPositive-sense, Single-Stranded Ribonucleic Acid. List Of (+)ssRNA
(-)ssRNANegative-sense, Single-Stranded Ribonucleic Acid. List Of (-)ssRNA
1MNImmunology. List Of 1MN
2012-nCoV2012 Novel Coronavirus. List Of 2012-nCoV
2019-nCoV2019 Novel Coronavirus. List Of 2019-nCoV
AAlzheimer Disease Map Ontology. List Of A
AAmrita Diabetes and Endocrine Population Survey. List Of A
AAmyotrophic LaterL Sclerosis. List Of A
AAmyotrophic Kateral Sclerosis. List Of A
A-TAtaxia-telangiectasia. List Of A-T
AAAlcohol Abuse. List Of AA
AAAQAdult Asthma Adherence Questionnaire. List Of AAAQ
AADAwful Agency Disease. List Of AAD
AADantibiotic-associated diarrhea. List Of AAD
AADIAsian American Diabetes Inititative. List Of AADI
AAIAAllergy Asthma Information Association. List Of AAIA
AAIRAllergy Asthma Immunol Res. List Of AAIR
AAPCDAmyloidosis Associated with Plasma Cell Dyscrasia. List Of AAPCD
AASLDAmerican Association for the Study of Liver Diseases. List Of AASLD
ABCDAdvisory Board on Cat Diseases. List Of ABCD

Some Questions about acronyms:

What is an acronym?

An acronym is a word or phrase made up of the first letters of a series of words, with the first letter of each word capitalized.

What are some examples of acronyms in "Diseases"?

Some examples of acronyms are LIST OF (+)SSRNA, LIST OF (-)SSRNA, LIST OF 1MN, LIST OF 2012-NCOV, LIST OF 2019-NCOV, LIST OF A, LIST OF A-T, LIST OF AA, LIST OF AAAQ, LIST OF AAD.

How are acronyms created?

Acronyms are created by taking the first letter of each word in a phrase and combining them to spell a word (for example, the acronym "radar" is created from the phrase "radio detecting and ranging").

How are acronyms different from initialism?

Acronyms are different from initialism in that they are pronounced as words. For example, AIDS is an acronym for acquired immune deficiency syndrome.

What is the difference between an acronym and an abbreviation?

An acronym is an abbreviation that is pronounced as a word, such as NASA. An abbreviation is a shortened form of a word, such as Mr. for Mister.

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