BMS may refer to:
BMS Scuderia Italia SpA (sometimes referred to as simply Scuderia Italia) is an Italian auto racing team founded by Italian steel magnate and motorsports enthusiast Giuseppe Lucchini in 1983. Initially named Brixia Motor Sport (BMS) and briefly entering the World Touring Car Championship, the team's name was altered to BMS Scuderia Italia upon their entrance into Formula One in 1988. After departing Formula One in 1993, BMS Scuderia Italia has been involved in the touring car racing and sports car racing.
BMS-564,929 is an investigational selective androgen receptor modulator, which is being developed by Bristol-Myers Squibb for treatment of the symptoms of age-related decline in androgen levels in men ("andropause").
BMS-470539 is a small-molecule drug which acts as a potent and highly selective full agonist of the MC1 receptor.
BMS-955176 is an experimental second generation HIV maturation inhibitor under development by Bristol-Myers Squibb for use in the treatment of HIV infection.
New Phase I drug structure by Bristol-Myers Squibb disclosed at the spring 2013 American Chemical Society meeting in New Orleans to treat breast, lung, and colon cancers and leukemia.
BMS World Mission is a Christian missionary society founded by Baptists from England in 1792. It was originally called the Particular Baptist Society for the Propagation of the Gospel Amongst the Heathen, but for most of its life was known as the Baptist Missionary Society.
BMS-345541, marketed by Merck KGaA, is an anti-inflammatory, cell-permeable quinoxaline compound. It is an allosteric site-binding inhibitor with a primary target of IKK-2 and blocks the NF-κB-dependent transcription in mice.
Halyomorpha halys, also known as the brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB), or simply the stink bug, is an insect in the family Pentatomidae that is native to China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.
Ipilimumab (trade name Yervoy) is a monoclonal antibody that works to activate the immune system by targeting CTLA-4, a protein receptor that downregulates the immune system.