Connection between elastin haploinsufficiency and increased cell proliferation in patients with supravalvular aortic stenosis and Williams-Beuren syndrome.
What does WBS stand for?
WBS stands for Williams-Beuren Syndrome
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We have 188 other meanings of WBS in our Acronym Attic
- Whole Body Scan
- Whole Business Securitization
- Wiardi Beckman Stichting (Dutch think tank)
- Wide Bandgap Semiconductor
- Wideband Serializer
- Wideband System
- Wiedemann-Beckwith Syndrome
- Wight Business Services (est. 1982; UK)
- Wilkes Barre-Scranton (Pennsylvania)
- William Brookes School (UK)
- Wireless Broadband Service (telecommunications; various locations)
- Wireless Broadband System
- Wireless Business System
- Wirtschafts- und Bildungsservice (German: Service of Economic and Educational Training and Education)
- Without Benefit of Salvage
- Work Breakdown Structure
- Work Breakdown Structure (project management)
- Work Breakout Structure (less common)
- Working Bikes Storefront (Chicago, IL)
- Workplace Basic Skills (curriculum)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Abstract Williams-Beuren syndrome is a multisystem disorder caused by the deletion of multiple genes on chromosome 7.
Several of these "hot spots" are regions of the genome known to correlate to some genetic diseases such as Velocardiofacial Syndrome, and Williams-Beuren Syndrome.
The Prenatal BoBs assay system can be used to find chromosomal abnormalities linked to the following diseases: * DiGeorge Syndrome * Williams-Beuren Syndrome * Prader-Willi Syndrome * Angelman Syndrome * Smith-Magenis Syndrome * Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome * Cri du Chat Syndrome * Langer-Giedion Syndrome * Miller-Dieker Syndrome Prenatal BoBs(TM) is available for use only in the European Union.
3 microdeletion syndrome indicated a frequency of occurrence among mentally retarded individuals similar to Prader Willi syndrome, Angelman syndrome, and Williams-Beuren syndrome (3).