MVE


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MVE

Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

MVE

Abbreviation for:
microvascular endothelial cells (see there)
mitral valve echo
Murray Valley encephalitis (see there)
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MVE CEO Tim Bollinger, who helped start ESCO in 1984, still favors organic growth for his company, which now has about 120 employees.
There were dozens of public complaints regarding the involvement of the MVE in corruption and that she would issue fitness certificate to unfit public and private vehicles by taking bribes.
As shown in our previous study, MVE exposure causes airway cells to release multiple cytokines that are capable of inducing pronounced COPD in rats [10].
Consequently, it was deemed prudent to use more than one optimisation method, namely, SAVE, MVE and SSVE.
An attempt is made to investigate the robustness performance of the proposed [beta]-NBC in a comparison with several versions of robust linear classifiers based on M-estimator [19, 20], MCD (Minimum Covariance Determinant), and MVE (Minimum Volume Ellipsoid) estimators [21, 22], Orthogonalized Gnanadesikan-Kettenring (OGK) estimator including MCD-A, MCD-B, and MCD-C [23], and Feasible Solution Algorithm (FSA) classifiers [24-26].
Ln[(MVE).sub.i,t] is the natural log of market capitalization, or closing price multiplied by the number of shares outstanding.
This new product uses a patented MVE (multivesicular emulsion) delivery technology, enabling a controlled release of ingredients for all-day hydration while being gentle on the skin.
The main CV outcomes in the CNT meta-analysis were major vascular events (MVE; nonfatal myocardial infarction [MI], nonfatal stroke, or vascular death), major coronary events (nonfatal MI or coronary death), stroke, heart failure, and vascular mortality.