From a recent issue of the Bioinformatics journal, we have this paper:
This leads me to play out the following conversation in my head:
<sound of telephone ringing>
Me: "Hello, I'm looking to speak to the people that develop the software CCSOLOMICS"
Them: "I think you may have the wrong number, there is no software by that name available here"
Me: "Oh I'm sorry, I forgot a space. That was meant to be 'CCSOL OMICS'"
Them: "No I'm sorry, that doesn't sound like it is our software"
Me: "Hmm. What about a lower-case version of the name?"
Them: "Like 'ccSOL omics'?"
Me: "Yes, exactly"
Them: "No I'm sorry I've never heard of that either"
Me: "Oh well, I must have the wrong number"
Them: "Hang on, we do have some software that goes by the name of italicized 'cc', upper-case 'SOL', space, italicized 'omics'. Would that be what you're looking for? Hello…are you still there?"