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AcronymDefinition
KBKnowledge Base
KBKeyboard
KBKiloByte (written with uppercase B; 1024 Bytes)
KbKilobit (written with lowercase b; 1024 bits)
KBKoninklijke Bibliotheek
KBKobe Bryant (NBA player)
KBKick-Boxing
KBKaboom
KBKoninklijk Besluit
KBKilobase
KBKickback (aka party)
KBKevin Bacon (actor)
KBKota Bahru (Kelantan capital)
KBKungliga Biblioteket (Swedish national library)
KBKleinbild (German for 24 mm x 36 mm photographic film format)
KBKookmin Bank
KBKulturBolaget (Swedish venue)
KBKomercni Banka (Czech Republic)
KBKuiper Belt
KBKing's Bench
KBKick & Ban
KBKnee Brace (construction/engineering/architecture)
KBOkay, Back
KBKilling Blow (gaming)
KBKings Bay (Georgia)
KBK Balachander
KBKleinwort Benson
KBKjøbenhavns Boldklub (Denmark)
KBKetone Body
KBKelly Bushing (Oil Industry)
KBKnight of the Bath
KBKnowledge Bowl
KBKarnal Bunt (wheat fungus)
KBKiller Bud (2001 movie)
KBKing's Bishop (chess)
KBKind Bud (marijuana strain)
KBKurtz Bros (Ohio)
KBKoornbeurs (Delft)
KBKoror-Babeldaob (bridge)
KbBase Ionization Constant (aka base constant)
KBKahal B'raira
KBKirby Band (Nichols, NY)
KBKoninklijke Bijenkorf
KBUkraine Karbovanets (national currency)
KBKew Band
KBKate Bush (musician)
References in periodicals archive ?
In reality megabase deletions cannot be distinguished from kilobase deletions because of the size limitation of lambda phage to be packaged.
Fragments per kilobase of exon per million fragments (FPKM) of each sample were calculated to estimate the expression levels of the genes.
library-free paired-reads with insert sizes in the range of 1 kilobase or greater
Simulation experiments indicate that a copy number increase of 50% should be detectable if the region is 2 megabase pairs (Mbp) or larger, and an amplified region (amplicon) of 250 kilobase pairs (kbp) would need a 400% copy number increase to be detectable with metaphase CGH.
Uniparental inheritance of microsatellite alleles of the cystic fibrosis gene (CFTR): identification of a 50 kilobase deletion.
3 kilobase (kb) section, specific, reciprocal translocations are common.