cM


cM
A centimorgan, a unit of measure of genetic recombination frequency. One cM is equal to a 1% chance that a marker at one genetic locus will be separated from a marker at another locus due to crossing over in a single generation. In humans, 1 cM is equivalent, on average, to 1 million base pairs. The centimorgan is named after the pioneering (and Nobel Prize winning) geneticist Thomas Hunt Morgan.
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California mastitis [test]; calmodulin; capreomycin; carboxymethyl; cardiac monitoring; cardiac murmur; cardiac muscle; cardiomyopathy; carpometacarpal; Caroll/Mackie [radiotherapy]; castrated male; Caucasian male; cause of death [Lat. causa mortis]; cavernous malformation; cell membrane; center of mass; central mentum; cerebral malaria; cerebral mantle; cervical mucosa or mucus; Chick-Martin [coefficient]; chloroquinemepacrine; chondromalacia; chopped meat [medium]; chronic meningitis; chylomicron; circular muscle; circulating monocyte; circumferential measurement; classification-maximization; clindamycin; clinical medicine; clinical modification; coccidioidal meningitis; cochlear microphonic; combined modality; common migraine; complete medium; complications; condition median; conditioned medium; congenital malformation; congestive myocardiopathy; continuous murmur; contrast material; contrast medium; copulatory mechanism; costal margin; cow's milk; cytometry; cytoplasmic membrane; Master of Surgery [Lat. Chirurgiae Magister]; narrow-diameter endosseous screw implant [Fr. crete manche]

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CM abbr
1) [Latin Chirurgiae Magister] Master of Surgery
2) circular muscle

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[L.] Chirurґgiae Magisґter (Master of Surgery).

Medical dictionary. 2011.


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