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A | B | C | D | E | F | G | | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z Non-preferred spelling/usage Preferred spelling/usage acetyl CoA acetyl-CoA (with hyphen) acetyl-coenzyme A acetyl coenzyme A (no hyphen) α cell alpha cell adapter adaptor African American, Mexican American, etc. African-American, Mexican-American, etc. (include hyphen, not en-dash) Akaike information criterion Akaike's information criterion AKT Akt (this is treated as the protein name, rather than an abbreviation, and does not need to be written in full) amido black Amido Black (amino acid chains) Gly-Lys-Ala amphetamine (USAN) amfetamine (INN) anti-diabetic drug glucose-lowering drug or hypoglycaemic drug anti-oxidant antioxidant apolipoproteins If using abbreviation, format as e.g. ApoA-I, ApoB-100 (initial capital) around [e.g. 3 ml urine] about 3 ml urine base line baseline B-cell B cell β cell beta cell (but β OK for chemicals, etc.) biobreeding (BB) rats BioBreeding (BB) rats birth weight birthweight bisulfite bisulphite C or COOH terminal C- or COOH-terminal (hyphen optional with terminus) C3 C-3 (third carbon atom) C3 (chain of three carbon atoms) calorie energy (e.g. Continue reading >>

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    Leave them lower-case. If it's E. coli or Salmonella you capitalize them because they're genus names.

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