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(Managing Electronic Records) An annual conference sponsored by consulting firm Cohasset Associates, Inc. that is devoted to the latest legal, technical and management issues with regards to electronic records and documents. It was first held in 1992. For more information, visit or

mechanical equipment room, machinery room

A room containing a permanently installed refrigeration or air-conditioning system, or major parts thereof.


The smallest repetitive unit in the structure of a high polymer.
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ATS evaluated the MER technologies and in part, due diligence consisted of an evaluation and test at a major European automotive company for dustless brakes for their 2017 model year.
Despite the importance of MER to our government and national defense, government lawyers spent several years in relentless pursuit of this baseless lawsuit.
Includes overhead lines (110 kV, 220 kV and 400 kV) of "ESO" EAD, located in the respective MER including all districts in the country.
Inovio's MERS vaccine induced full protection from a live virus challenge in a preclinical study, earlier this year.
MERS is a viral respiratory disease caused by a novel coronavirus.
During February-June 2013, specimens from MERS PUIs were tested at CDPH for MERS-CoV by using an in-house real-time reverse transcription PCR (rRT-PCR) assay that amplified the following 3 targets in the MERS-CoV genome: UpE, N2, and N3 (11).
The injections, made from MERS virus DNA and protein, triggered the production of virus-attacking antibodies, and may inform the design of human MERS vaccines, the researchers report July 28 in Nature Communications.
It is very unlikely that an epidemic of MERS will occur in the U.
th], 2015, threatening the further global spread of MERS.
The procedure has been conducted on two consenting MERS patients in addition to existing care, the ministry's head of public health policy, Kwon Jun-wook, told a media briefing.
Typical symptoms of MERS are fever, cough, shortness of breath and pneumonia.