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ECF

Abbreviation for extracellular fluid.

ECF

Abbreviation for extracellular fluid.
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The fatality rate for untreated ECF which is a disease of cattle and buffalo can be as high as 100 percent in cattle,' he said.
The ECF supports countries' economic programs aimed at moving toward a stable and sustainable macroeconomic position consistent with strong and durable poverty reduction and growth.
At the luncheon, ECF also honored the late Steve Rose, who served as President of the Culver City Chamber of Commerce for 30 years, as a Councilmember for Culver City, and as an ECF Board Member for 27 years, by presenting the inaugural Steven J.
We are very excited to expand into the Oman market, as we see tremendous potential with the growth in the tourism sector, with more hotels and restaurants being planned in Oman,' said Raphael Saxod, managing director, ECF Middle East and Restofair RAK, UAE.
The ECF arrangement for the Central African Republic was approved by the Executive Board on July 20, 2016 (see Press Release No.
In conjunction with the first close of its fund, ECF announced investments in its first three companies: Simulanis, Kopykitab and Buddy4Study, all early stage companies using technology to disrupt traditional business models.
Previous reports have described the role of fibrin glue in ECF management.
Besides ECF, Arkan's portfolio companies include Emirates Blocks Factories, Anabeeb and Al Ain Cement Factory (ACF).
To date, both the therapeutic potential of ECF in CIA and its mechanism of action remain unclear.
ECF is a method of equity financing that comes into play in the earliest stages of financing, i.e.
Global EPC contractor Nuberg, won an engineering, procurement & construction management (EPCM) contract from UAE-based conglomerate Emirates Chemical Factory (ECF) of Saif Al Khaili Group.
The Eduardo Cojuangco Foundation (ECF) launched Project Hope, which would provide technical and vocational skills training and job opportunities for 1,000 out-of-school youths.