MEK


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MEK

Abbreviation for:
MAP (mitogen-activated protein) kinase kinase
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Accordingly, within a few months of the toppling of Saddam, Iraqi officials sought to expel the MEK fighters.
The saturation concentration of MEK in a container can be determined from the vapor pressure.
Soon after the fall of the shah in 1979, the MEK, under the leadership of Massoud Rajavi, developed differences with the government dominated by the followers of the populist cleric Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.
It is our collective position as former BDP Members of Parliament that HE MEK Masisi must be supported to implement his roadmap just as SKI was after he succeeded Former HE FG Mogae.
What we know for sure is that MEK is headed by Maryam Rajavi, the second wife of Massoud Rajavi, the deceased Rehber ("Leader") of MEK.
The MEK's efforts over the past two decades to convey a benign public image completely at odds with this internal reality, and to pose as a force for democracy in Iran, have depended on buying the public endorsements of well-known public figures.
Khodabandeh details to Al Bawaba his founding of an MEK cell in London and his imprisonment for participating in a sit-in of the Iranian embassy during the 1979 Iran revolution.
It was unclear whether "our people" was intended to mean the US or the MeK.
Bolton told an MEK rally less than a year before his appointment by Mr.
Videojet, which is a part of the Danaher Group, manufactures two commonly used chemicals -- MEK (Methyl Ethyl Ketone) and Acetone -- to manufacture printing inks.
Mitogen-activated protein kinase (MEK) inhibitors have been shown to promote CAR expression and could increase oncolytic viruses infection into tumor cells.