A convolution on the surface of a cerebral hemisphere caused by the infolding of the cerebral cortex. The gyri are bounded by crevices in the cortex called sulci. Many gyri are constant enough in their occurrence as anatomic features that they have been given names as, for example, the cingulate gyrus, the dentate gyrus, and so on. From the Greek gyros = a circle.
Glutathione S-transferase omega-1.
Abbreviation meaning drops (from the Latin “guttae”, drops). One of a number of hallowed abbreviations of Latin terms that have traditionally been used in prescriptions.
- H. flu
Haemophilus influenzae type B.
- H. flu genome
The total genetic complement of the bacterium Haemophilus influenzae (H. flu). This bacterial genome was the first in an independent organism to be sequenced and assembled. The H. flu genome contains 1.8 million base pairs and is estimated to have 1,740 genes. The sequencing of this genome was completed in 1995.