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ECM

(cell and molecular biology)

ECM

(storage)

ECM

(1) (Enterprise Change Management) See version control and configuration management.

(2) (Error Correcting Mode) A Group 3 fax capability that can test for errors within a row of pixels and request retransmission. It is defined in the T.30 standard.

(3) (Enterprise Content Management) The management of unstructured information in an organization, wherever that information is found. ECM technologies are applied to traditional content, such as office documents and printed graphics, as well as Web pages, email and rich media. AIIM, an association specializing in ECM, names the specific steps of capture; manage; store; deliver; and preserve to describe what happens to organizational content. See WCM and AIIM.
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In conjunction, the Cor TRICUSPID ECM cardiac valve will address clinical challenges in the cardiovascular disease market, which will eventually include regenerative solutions for congestive heart failure and paediatric and adult cardiac valve patients, concluded the company.
Nevertheless, the onset and transformation of ECM and bivalve adhesome components during mollusc development and expression in adult tissues remain unclear.
ECM software creates and maintains repositories that combine topical folders with in-depth indexing for organization and retrieval of digital content:
In response to specific chemoattractants, such as fragments of ECM protein, transforming growth factor [beta], and MCP-1, a large number of monocytes infiltrate the wound site and become activated macrophages, which produce high levels of cytokines, such as platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF), VEGF, and bFGF [35, 36].
Hybrid ECM in a cloud environment can bring many financial benefits including:
For FY 2016, ECM reported revenues of GBP 9.1m and adjusted EBITDA of GBP 4.5m.
Leukocyte accumulation responsible for inflammatory responses has also been seen in the HCM.1 Since both HCM and ECM with erythrocyte or leukocyte accumulation are associated with signs of cerebral malaria it appears reasonable to adopt the PbA model in assessing the disease pathology in HCM.1
SaaS ECM is a model used for delivering ECM as a service, wherein the solution is hosted in the cloud and accessed through a browser.
The CorMatrix ECM for Vascular Repair may be used for patch closure of vessels, as a pledget, or for suture line buttressing when repairing peripheral vessels.
[ClickPress, Tue Jul 08 2014] ECM is used for managing the information and can be used as a software toolkit.