The Science Signaling Glossary provides a list of acronyms, abbreviations, and terms used in Science Signaling original articles. The Glossary consists of three parts: the term names, the definitions, and links to the Connections Maps database. The definitions are provided by the editors based on the usage of the terms in Science Signaling articles. When available, terms have links to more detailed information in the Connections Maps database.
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