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MEK

(organic chemistry)
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methyl ethyl ketone, MEK

A strong, aromatic, flammable solvent used in paints, varnishes, and lacquers.
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Beyond the political and legal campaign the MEK leadership is conducting in Europe and the United States, the fate of the group's fighters in Iraq is highly uncertain.
With a flash point of 25[degrees]F and a boiling point of 176[degrees]E MEK is classified as a Class IB Flammable Liquid.
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The market report looks at factors such as high target affinity and specificity of MEK inhibitors, use of combination therapies, and strategic alliances.
Believed to have been founded around 1965, the MEK fused Islamic and Marxist ideas in its opposition to the rule of the Shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.
It is our collective observation as former BDP Members of Parliament that HE MEK Masisi has made a good start as president of the BDP and the Republic of Botswana.
Many MEK defectors who have managed to escape from the camp and now live in freedom in Tirana, have shown the names of some of their commanders who move outside the camp to manage the affairs of the Mojahedeen.
Merat's article provides details of the cult-like aspects of how the MEK has functioned, earlier at Camp Ashraf and more recently, after the group had to leave Iraq, at a compound in Albania.
Currently, three MEK inhibitors have been approved and marketed globally: Novartis's MEKINIST (trametinib), Roche's COTELLIC (cobimetinib) and Array's Mektovi (binimetinib).
Massoud Khodabandeh left the group and granted Al Bawaba an exclusive interview, where he documents his smuggling of radio equipment into Iran, his spying on Iranian leaders and MEK defectors and his eventual departure from the group.
"They are happening because of many of our people in Albania [which hosts an MeK compound] and many of our people here and throughout out the world."