BSM

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AcronymDefinition
BSMBusiness Service Management
BSMBlind Spot Monitor (vehicles)
BSMBasic Security Module
BSMBeyond the Standard Model
BSMBaptist Student Ministry (various locations)
BSMBlack Scholes Model (financial mathematics)
BSMBangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur (Indian university)
BSMBata Shoe Museum (Toronto, Canada)
BSMBachelor of Science in Management (academics)
BSMBritish School of Motoring
BSMBest Stations Memory (Pioneer car stereos)
BSMBusiness Systems Modernization
BSMBronze Star Medal
BSMBrother-Sister Moments
BSMBackup Session Manager
BSMBlind Spot Monitoring
BSMBackward Setup Message
BSMBroadband Satellite Multimedia
BSMBasic Storage Module
BSMBracket State Manager
BSMBasic Security Manager
BSMBit Synchronizer Menu
BSMBest Stations Memory
BSMBusiness Systems Manager
BSMBank Syariah Mandiri (Indonesia)
BSMBenilde-St. Margaret's (Catholic school, St. Louis Park, Minnesota)
BSMBladder Smooth Muscle (metabolism)
BSMBlack Student Movement
BSMBounded Storage Model (cryptography)
BSMBig Stick Media (Canada)
BSMBoulogne Sur Mer (French city)
BSMBlue Sky Marketing (Florida)
BSMBattery Sergeant-Major (Canadian and British Military)
BSMBovine Submaxillary Mucin (biology)
BSMBuilding Systems Magazine
BSMBattery Status Monitor (voltmeter)
BSMBuilding Society Mortgage (UK)
BSMBase de Sous-Marins (French: Submarine Base)
BSMBudapest Semesters in Mathematics
BSMBusiness State Machine (IBM)
BSMBronchial Smooth-Muscle
BSMBase Station Manager
BSMBitter Sweet Memories
BSMBâtiment de Soutien Mobile (French: Mobile Support Vessel)
BSMBody Surface Map
BSMBoard Spirit Marseille (France)
BSMBanca di San Marino (Italian: Bank of San Marino)
BSMBooster Separation Motor (NASA)
BSMBurn Scar Mapping (fires; EU)
BSMBattlefield Spectrum Management
BSMBureau of Street Use and Mapping
BSMBelgian Society for Microscopy
BSMBattalion Sergeant Major
BSMBaggage Source Message (International Air Transport Association)
BSMBody Side Moulding
BSMBois Sciés Manufacturés (French timber company)
BSMBusiness Support Management
BSMBase Security Module
BSMBlood Safety Module
BSMBasic Sustainment Materiel
BSMBackward Setup Message (CCS #7 ITU-T)
BSMBell South Mobility
BSMBaseline Science Mission
BSMBackstage Manager (theatre)
BSMBattle Stations Missile
BSMBretagne Service Manutention (French machinery supplier)
BSMBritish Standard Milk (tube fitting)
BSMBit Stream Monitor
BSMBessin Seulles et Mer (French commune)
BSMBulk Store Memory
BSMBradley Stoke Matters (UK magazine)
BSMBasket Saint-Macaire-en-Mauges (French basketball club)
BSMBibliothèque des Sciences de la Motricité (French: Library of Motion Science; Belgium)
BSMBasic Sinusoidal Model
References in periodicals archive ?
Serotonin, which stimulates the 5-HT2A receptors in the detrusor directly affects the bladder smooth muscle or indirectly causes contraction via the autonomic innervation of the bladder (5).
The one-step TUNEL apoptosis assay kit was used to measure the apoptosis level in the bladder smooth muscle according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Solabegron relaxes the bladder smooth muscle by stimulating beta 3-adrenoceptors, a novel mechanism compared to currently available treatments.
(17) The RhoA/ROCK (RhoA Kinase) pathway is involved in bladder smooth muscle contractility.
The B10-injected group appeared to have regenerated bladder smooth muscle cells."
A single reverse phase HPLC fraction was found to have a potent relaxation effect on tail artery smooth muscle, a less potent contractile action on urinary bladder smooth muscle strips and a moderately potent antimicrobial effect.
Primary human bladder smooth muscle cells (HBdSMC) (ScienCell, CA, USA) were grown in the smooth muscle cell medium (SMCM, Catalog number 1101).
Rabbit urinary bladder smooth muscle cells were cultured as per the modified method of Atala et al.
Spontaneous phasic activity of the pig urinary bladder smooth muscle: characteristics and sensitivity to potassium channel modulators.
Extracellular matrix and connective tissue deposits and bladder smooth muscle cell hyperplasia and hypertrophy are named "fibroproliferation".
Drugs that help control urge incontinence include the antispasmodics that relax the detrusor muscle, the anticholinergics that block inappropriate bladder contractions and the tricyclic antidepressants that "paralyze" bladder smooth muscle. (25) All of these medications cause a variety of side effects that may include dry mouth, constipation, dizziness, increased heart rate and difficulty urinating.
Nevertheless, because of the deep extension of the ganglion cells into the bladder smooth muscle layer, distinctive mature ganglion cells may not be found in biopsy specimens, and they are usually interpreted as inflammatory changes.