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Abbreviation for elementary bodies1 , under body.

epidermolysis bullosa

; EB group of autosomal-recessive disorders characterized by skin fragility and blistering in response to innocuous or minor trauma, due to the pathological weakening of epidermal-dermal junction and formation of large blood-filled blisters (bullae) leading to severe fibrosis, scarring and contracture of skin, digital fusion and loss of epidermal appendages; sufferers are often treated with corticosteroids
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We expect Exabyte media customers will experience little change in their business after a brief conversion period during which we will transition customer accounts to Imation," added Bob Ariniello, vice president of media, Exabyte's team leader of the implementation plan.
Exabyte, a 20-year innovator of tape storage technologies, is again leading the way with this turnkey Program for VARs and its new SMB class of autoloaders.
In November 2001, Exabyte merged with Ecrix Corporation.
We are pleased to have reached an agreement for the combination of Exabyte and Tandberg Data," noted Tom Ward, CEO of Exabyte.
The Exabyte 690D DLTtape library was designed to take advantage of the performance enhancements enabled by Ultera's Tape Array RAID technology.
The Mammoth-2 from Exabyte will be Exabyte's peremptory assault on Super-DLT and other next generation, top of the line tape drives.
By providing Fibre Channel at an SMB-affordable price, with an easy out-of-the-box experience, Exabyte helps protect the customer's storage investment with true enterprise-class reliability and performance," said Exabyte president Tom Ward.
Exabyte Corporation , a performance and value leader in tape backup systems, today announced that the company expects to report revenues for its fourth quarter just ended in December of approximately $23 million compared to third quarter revenues of $36.
Exabyte Corporation (OTCBB:EXBY), a leading innovator in tape backup, restore and archival systems, today announced that it has retained St.