ECE


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ECE

Abbreviation for:
endothelin-converting enzyme
evaluation of clinical events 
extracapsular extension
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ECE shows strong inhibition of tissue-specific NF-kappaB and AP-1 activity, inhibitory action against MMP-2, MMP-9, and possible modulation of levels of [PGE.
Since 1 April 2005, funding had been linked to the major cost drivers faced by particular types of ECE services, so that the structure of funding rates is based on the structure of various ECE services.
ECE employees work at the Eugene call center, which has grown in the past year to employ about 325 people.
The ECE Partnership is comprised of various organizations with a shared goal of providing early education resources for the well-being of all of California's children.
corporate history and history of otto group and ECE
The purpose of the research was to gain a better understanding of the issues for parents who work non-standard hours when they access ECE.
We seek to educate students in ECE theory, and it is made clear to these students that PhD degrees awarded to them will not be accredited.
ECE was concluded to offer reasonable safety and statistically significant improvement in symptoms for most of the study population over the eight-week trial period (Figures 1-7).
My concern is not that these arguments for high-quality ECE programs are weak or that they fail to produce enough empirical evidence to demonstrate their effectiveness.
The purpose of my research was to explore connections between the ways in which an early childhood educator identity is discursively formed within professional training and the marginalization of the ECE workforce.
But would an investment in universal ECE make economic sense for Ohio?