The first JABBA award of 2015 goes to a paper that was published at the end of 2014 (thanks to twitter user @chenghlee for bringing this to my attention). The paper, published in BMC Medical Genomics, has a succinct title that contains a very bogus name:
The title doesn't explicitly reveal the source of the acronym 'FLAGS', but you can probably take a guess. From the abstract:
We termed these genes FLAGS for FrequentLy mutAted GeneS
This gets a JABBA award because a majority (3 out of 5) of the letters in 'FLAGS' are not from the intial letters of words.