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ERM

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ERM

(1) (Enterprise Relationship Management) An umbrella term with many shades of meaning over the years. It may refer to the management of information from any or all of an organization's customers, suppliers, business partners and employees. See CRM, ERP, sales force automation and supply chain management.

(2) (Enterprise Report Management) The management of voluminous reports in a large organization. Part of enterprise content management (ECM), ERM deals with the distribution of reports on optical media and hard drives. ERM was a name change from "Computer Output to LaserDisc" (see COLD). See ECM.
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Moreover, the expression of an E26 transformation-specific (ETS) transcription factor family member, ETS variant 5 (ETV5), has been found to be regulated by MEKs, and overexpression of ETV5 could restore the gliogenic competence of MEK1/2-deficient NSCs.
Based on independent microarray datasets like GSE3585, GSE3586, and GSE1869, a gene expression signature consisting of 27 genes (e.g., MYH6, MYH10, CCL2, PHLDA1, SNCA, FRZB, SFRP4, SPOCK, CTGF, G0S2, ETV5, and RARRES1) has been identified for DCM, as well as the down-regulation of immune response processes (8).
FGF2 has also been suggested to have synergistic relationship with GDNF through upregulation of ETS variant 5 (Etv5), which positively impacts the expression of receptor tyrosine kinase Ret, mediating GDNF signals (3).