TME


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TME

Abbreviation for:
total managed expenditure 
total mesorectal excision 
true metabolisable energy
transmissible mink encephalopathy
Trust Management Executive
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TME: How do you envisage the Middle East region benefiting from your technology?
With a core customer base of about 30, TME now turns over more than pounds 2.5 million annually.
Gross energy of test samples and collected excreta was determined on a DM basis at 0, 4, 8, 12 and 16 wk of storage periods of RP and AME and TME values were calculated by the following formulae used by Chami et al.
One trigger of the logic gate is the TME, and the other is the target antigen (AXL or ROR2, depending on the product).
The agreed enterprise value for sale of the 50 per cent stake in TME, which delivers tailor-made aluminium building solutions to the Middle East markets, is E35 million ($39.29 million).
"These exits took place through the sale of our company's stake in TME to Hydro and thank them for their co-operation and partnership with us over the past two decades, where joint investments and focus have helped to establish a regional market leader," Mr Alrayes added.
600 Da, 600-1800 Da and [greater than or equal to]1800 Da) in FCSM and EHCSM increased significantly (P 0.05), but the TME for FCSM was significant higher than untreated CSM and EHCSM (P < 0.05).
The organisers TME Dubai and Oman's biggest exhibitions and conferences organiser Omanexpo, announced the new dates from the originally scheduled May 10-12 dates in light of the organisers' aim to tap a wider market for its participants and provide more opportunities to broaden the community, combining an exhibition marketplace and meeting space.
Hybrid EVs now represent 45% of total TME sales, and reach an impressive 55% in Western Europe only.
The values for true metabolizable energy (TME) and N-corrected true metabolizable energy (TMEn) of the ingredients and diets were calculated as followed [14]:
(2) Prior to the introduction of total mesorectal excision (TME), recurrence after rectal cancer resection was common in the pelvis as a consequence of its tight anatomical constraints, and radiation was rationally applied as an adjunctive therapy.
Several factors could explain the reduced efficacy of chemo- and targeted therapies: signalling redundancy, the role of stem cells, the tumor microenvironment (TME), and desmoplastic stroma [9-11].