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C

 
canine (tooth); carbon (molecular carbon atoms are frequently designated C1, C2, C3, etc., or α-C, β-C, etc., beginning from one end or other standard reference point); large calorie; cathode; Celsius (scale); clonus; complement (C1 through C9); compliance (subscripts denote the structure, e.g., CL lung compliance); contraction; coulomb; cytosine; cervical vertebrae (C1 through C7).

C

 
capacitance; clearance (subscripts denote the substance, e.g., CI or CIn inulin clearance); heat capacity.

c

 

C

1. Abbreviation or symbol for large calorie; carbon; cathodal; cathode; cervical vertebra (C1-C7); closure (of an electrical circuit); congius (gallon); contraction; coulomb; curie; cylinder; cylindric lens; cytidine; cysteine; cytosine; component of complement (C1-C9); third substrate in a multisubstrate enzyme-catalyzed reaction.
2. When followed by subscript letters, for example, Cin, indicates renal clearance of a substance (for example, inulin). When followed by subscript numbers, for example, C19, indicates the number of carbon atoms in a molecule, for example, 19.

c

1. Abbreviation or symbol for centi-; small calorie; centum; concentration; speed of light in a vacuum; circumference; curie.
2. As a subscript, refers to blood capillary.

C

abbr.
1. cell phone number
2. Celsius
3. Sports center
4. centigrade
5. Physics charm
6. cold
7. consonant
8. coulomb
9. cytosine

c

calorie (1/1000 of a Calorie)
capillary
centi-
circa
complementary (Molecular biology)
cum  (Latin: with)
molar concentration
speed of light

C

Abbreviation for:
calorie 
carbon 
caudal 
Celsius
centigrade
chest
cholesterol
cimetidine
clearance rate
closure 
cocaine (Drug slang)
complement 
complex 
concentration
consultation
constant region (immunoglobulin)
contracture
contralateral
cysteine
cytidine 
cytosine 
cyanosis 
degrees celsius

C

Symbol for:
1. Calorie.
2. Carbon.
3. Caudal.
4. Centigrade.
5. Chest.
6. Cholesterol.
7. Clearance rate.
8. Closure.
9. Cocaine–drug slang.
10. Complement.
11. Complex.
12. Concentration.
13. Constant region in immunoglobulin.
14. Contracture.
15. Contralateral.
16. Cysteine.
17. Cyanosis.
18. Methcathinone; amphetamine–drug slang.
19. Velocity of sound–blood, in Doppler ultrasonography.

c

Symbol for:
1. calorie–11000 of a Calorie.
2. centi-.
3. Complementary–molecular biology.
4. cum–Latin, with.
5. Molar concentration.

C

Abbreviation for large calorie;
carbon;
cathodal;
cathode;
Celsius;
centigrade; component of complement; contraction; coulomb; cylinder; cylindric lens; cysteine; cytidine.

c

Abbreviation for centi-;
centum;
concentration;
circumference;
small calorie.

C

abbrev.
  1. the nitrogenous base CYTOSINE in nucleic acids.
  2. CYSTEINE.

C

Abbreviation for cathode; carbon; curie; cysteine.
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