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I've always used the AMA Style Guide. Here's what's available at Amazon.
The Ama Style Guide for Business Writing
by American Management Association(Editor). Hardcover (May 1996)
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American Medical Association Manual of Style : A Guide for Authors and
by Cheryl Iverson(Editor), et al. Hardcover (December 1, 1997)
David Anderson wrote:
> I've recently been hired to write a series of SOPs for a biotech
> company, and I'm running into some nomenclature problems, Is anyone
> aware of a scientific style guide, or something of that nature? I've
> been using the "Chicago Manual of Style" but it doesn't always answer
> some of my questions concerning the more arcane subjects...
> David Anderson