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ECF

Abbreviation for extracellular fluid.

ECF

1 abbreviation for extended care facility.
2 abbreviation for extracellular fluid.

ECF

Abbreviation for extracellular fluid.

ECF

extracellular fluid

ECF

extracellular fluid.
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ECF is a new form of fundraising that allows start-up or other smaller enterprises to obtain capital through small equity investments from relatively large numbers of investors, using online portals to publicise and facilitate such offers to crowd investors.
Norris Foundation to support the ECF Kayne Eras Center School.
The Administration for Children and Families' Office of Planning Research and Evaluation already has plans for an evaluation to determine the effectiveness of subsidized employment strategies, and hope that this work will shed additional light on the impact and viability of programs funded through the ECF.
Members of the ECF are automatically entered into the grand prix and points are awarded in a maximum of seven events over a year.
ECF has been compared to fluorouracil, doxorubicin and methotrexate (FAMTX), and showed statistically superior response rates, median time to progression and overall survival [8].
ECF and ICF can be distinguished because of the capacitive nature of cell membranes (CMs).
As of January, AFCASOLE, CECA and EUCA have merged fully into ECF and have ceased to exist as separate organizations.
The tracer content of a sample of bone calcium obtained days or weeks after an injection of a calcium isotope into an animal, divided by the average tracer concentration in ECF calcium, directly yields the mass of calcium deposited by bone formation during the interval between tracer injection and the time of the bone sampling.
The third type of chlorine-free paper, "elementally chlorine-free," or ECF, is the most controversial.
The ECF bleaching process uses chlorine dioxide or non-chlorine containing chemicals to whiten paper.
The solution Guyer proposes--that recipients use multiple e-mail addresses on different servers--addresses only one aspect of a much larger problem: poorly designed ECF systems that allow a tiny failure at any point in a complex electronic chain of events to destroy a client's case without warning.