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  ECM 18
ECM 18 appears to be important in the morphogenesis of PMCs and vegetal plate descendants during gastrulation (Berg et al., 1996).
ECM 18 does not appear to be similar to any known ECM proteins in sea urchin embryo, including Endo16 (Nocente-McGraph et al., 1989), ECM 1 (Ingersoll and Ettensohn, 1994) and ECM 3 (Wessel and and Berg, 1995).
The increased association of ECM 18 mRNA with polysomes from cleavage to mesenchyme blastula is approximately fivefold.
www.bio.davidson.edu /Courses/genomics/mirror/urchin/u1ecmv.htm   (553 words)

 :: Center for Non Traditional Manufacturing Research _Equipment_ECM ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
During the machining process, a D.C. voltage (usually about 10 to 25 volts) is applied across the interelectrode gap between a pre-shaped cathode tool and an anode workpiece.
The final shape of the workpiece is approximately negative mirror image of the tool electrode, as the latter does not alter during the ECM process.
ECM is mainly used in manufacturing of blades and vanes in aircraft industry, and also in finishing of dies and molds in automotive and other industries.
www.unl.edu /nmrc/ecm.html   (155 words)

 ECM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
ECM extends your configuration management and compliance reach beyond the operating system by providing value-added modules for Microsoft and other third party applications.
ECM gives administrators the power to actually eliminate most of the risks to their IT infrastructure.
ECM will identify all deviations from standards existing in an environment showing both the desired state and the actual state for every exception.
www.configuresoft.com /Products/ecm.aspx   (739 words)

 USS Pampanito - ECM Mark II
The ECM Mark II (also known in the Navy as CSP-888/889 or SIGABA by the Army) is a cipher machine.
The National Cryptologic Museum (a part of the National Security Agency) has 3 machines (they may have more in storage), one of which is on display in their Fort George Meade, MD museum and the other is on display at the Smithsonian Museum of American History.
Prior to the ECM Mark II many cipher machines incorporated encipherment by means of an electric current passing through a series of cipher wheels or rotors.
www.maritime.org /ecm2.shtml   (3818 words)

 ECM Biosciences - Home Page
ECM Biosciences is a company that develops novel biotechnologies for life science research.
Various proteins found in the extracellular matrix (ECM) surrounding cells signal to proteins found in the cytoskeleton inside cells to control cell motility.
ECM Biosciences utilizes innovative peptide- and antibody-based approaches to develop novel tools for monitoring and manipulating protein function in various aspects of cell motility, such as cell adhesion, cell migration, and cell signaling.
www.ecmbiosciences.com   (143 words)

 AIIM - What is ECM
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is the technologies used to capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content and documents related to organizational processes.
ECM tools and strategies allow the management of an organization's unstructured information, wherever that information exists.
While there are ECM technologies, more importantly, ECM is an ongoing and evolving strategy for maximizing how your content is to be used.
www.aiim.org /about-ecm.asp   (2269 words)

 ECM USA - World Leader in Vacuum Carburizing Furnaces
The organization of our manufacturing departments and the coordination between each workstation mean that each ECM USA specialist is fully responsible for their part of the job.
International—and Close By ECM USA expertise is available for every customer, wherever they are, to ensure they get the best from their systems.
In our world sales network, every ECM USA correspondent endeavors to understand local requirements to provide a complete solution to the customers' specific needs.
www.ecm-usa.com   (248 words)

 The ECM (Electronic Counter Measure)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The idea with ECMs is to confuse the sensitive electronics of your opponent's fighter by firing a strong electronic pulse.
ECMs allow you to confuse and re-target smart missiles within a certain range of your ship.
When missiles are zapped by ECM, they will become confused for a while and then have a high probability of going after the player who you were locked onto when you used the ECM.
bau2.uibk.ac.at /erwin/NM/www/begnr/ecms.html   (976 words)

 Livelink ECM - Open Text Corporation
Our Livelink ECM solutions bring together collaboration, content, and process technologies into integrated solutions that work harmoniously to capture ideas, experiences, and knowledge, and manage the complete lifecycle of electronic documents, from their creation to archive and eventual deletion.
At this point in the ECM lifecycle, it becomes clear that we need a means of securing and controlling the information that is generated during collaborative project work.
Livelink ECM solutions help to ensure that internal and external risks to achieving corporate objectives, such as changing economic, regulatory, and operating conditions, are quickly discovered and assessed—and that well informed decisions are made to mitigate and align the focus of the organization around the highest risks.
www.opentext.com /corporate/ECM_positioning.html   (1033 words)

 Enterprise content management - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In a large enterprise, ECM is not regarded as an optional expense, where it is essential to content preservation and re-usability, and to the control of access to content - whereas, very small organizations may find their needs temporarily met by carefully managed shared folders and a wiki, for example.
Finally ECM is a new problem domain in its own right, as it has employed the technologies and strategies of (digital) content management to address business process issues, such as records and auditing, knowledge sharing, personalization and standardization of content, and so on.
ECM is used as a content warehouse (both data warehouse and document warehouse) that combines company information in a repository with a uniform structure.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Enterprise_content_management   (5986 words)

 The Value of Partners in Microsoft’s ECM Ecosystem: Q&A: How Microsoft and some of its industry-leading ...
Currently, most organizations spend a great deal of time and energy rolling out an ECM solution and strategy, only to discover that its adoption throughout the organization is very low, due both to siloed implementations and to low usage, even in departments where ECM solutions have been deployed.
Partners are an integral part of Microsoft’s vision for ECM, and Microsoft’s ECM offering is designed to provide a lot of extensibility mechanisms for partners to integrate their products and build value-added solutions and services on top of Microsoft’s ECM platform.
ECM should not be a standalone decision; it should be made in the context of how you approach structured and unstructured workflows and processes.
www.microsoft.com /presspass/features/2006/may06/05-16PartnerECM.mspx   (1536 words)

 BCD Software - Nexus ECM
The Nexus ECM (Enterprise Content Manager), a major component of Nexus Portal, is a secured iSeries-centric store for navigating, viewing, storing, creating and searching for documents of all types, including iSeries spool files and documents uploaded to the store by authorized users from their own PC and network drives.
ECM Search: This window displays all the documents to which you are authorized, and allows you to search for documents using words in the document description as well as pre-established keywords.
ECM Distribution Rules: Use this portlet to add authorities for documents that are automatically published to the ECM via the Catapult interface.
www.bcdsoftware.com /iseries400solutions/nexusecm/index.htm   (867 words)

 The Lotus Esprit Fact File - ECM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The information is fed to the ECM by a series of sensors measuring air and coolant temperature, inlet manifold pressure, throttle position, engine and vehicle speed, and exhaust gas oxygen content.
In addition to these functions, the ECM monitors the signals received from various sensors and compares them with pre-programmed tolerance bands to enable it to recognize faults in the system and indicate them to the driver via a "Check Engine" light on the dash.
The ECM has an analog to digital (A-D converter) circuit that translates this voltage to the proper percentage value so that the ECM knows how open the throttle is. It then uses this information to determine how much fuel it needs to deliver to the engine by controlling the timing of the injectors.
www.espritfactfile.com /ECM.html   (3535 words)

 ecm selection ... high-tech recruitment specialists : software jobs and high-tech jobs UK
ecm is one of the most respected high-tech recruitment specialists in the UK - securing exceptional roles for bright, numerate candidates - from graduate to technical director - with the UK's most innovative high-tech companies.
ecm is long-established: for over 25 years we have recruited top calibre software engineers, electronics designers, mathematical modellers and other technical specialists for world-leading high-tech companies.
As all ecm consultants are degree qualified in electronics / computer science / engineering, with extensive market knowledge and experience - we can work closely with you to find your ideal job - to enable you to advance your career and achieve your objectives.
www.ecmselection.co.uk   (341 words)

 ECM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Visually as well as sonically, ECM has made an impact, and its cover art has also been the subject of books, as well as numerous essays and exhibitions.
Faithfulness to the musicians and the music is one of the cornerstones of ECM philosophy, and underlines the decision to keep as many titles as possible in print.
ECM also distributes two additional labels — WATT, devoted to the music of Carla Bley, Steve Swallow, friends and relatives, and Egberto Gismonti’s Carmo label.
ecmrecords.com /About_ECM/History/index.php?rubchooser=103&...   (456 words)

ECM centralizes and automates the assessment, administration, and verification of hardware and software configurations across Windows, Linux and UNIX platforms.
ECM continuously enforces policies by automatically resetting configurations to their pre-defined standards when changes occur.
ECM ensures operational compliance to regulatory, industry and corporate standards by providing value-added product modules for Microsoft and other third party applications.
www.configuresoft.com /Products/default.aspx   (278 words)

 ECM in an Offshoring Context -- CMS Watch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In an ECM project, the involvement of content experts is very important throughout the lifecycle.
However, in an ECM project, a product is usually selected and content people get to see how the features work (e.g., what a workflow looks like) only when it is implemented.
In my opinion, the ECM vendors should do what some of the application server vendors are doing: providing development licenses free to customers that have bought licenses for production.
www.cmswatch.com /Feature/146-Offshoring-ECM   (2027 words)

 ECM client/server
The master ECM server will be down temporarily from Thursday, October 4, 2001 until Sunday, October 8, 2001.
It's goal is to factor large composite numbers using the ECM method.
ECM is a highly efficient method of finding prime factors in the 35-55 digit range.
www.interlog.com /~tcharron/ecm.html   (434 words)

 ECM Publishers, Inc.
ECM Publishers, Inc. is a publishing, printing and distribution company that operates in Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
Started in 1976 as the vision of founder Elmer L. Andersen, the Company has grown from one paid circulation weekly newspaper and shopper to its current operations of 24 publications.
ECM employs more than 460 full and part-time associates in four product lines: publications, sheetfed and web printing, distribution and online services.
www.ecm-inc.com   (130 words)

Since many processes span multiple ECM systems, instances and organizations, it is difficult to implement end-to-end orchestration and visibility with ECM.
Real-time integration to ECM systems allows the processes to use information assets and their metadata as well as interact with existing ECM workflows.
While their ECM solution stored all of the images of original and annotated invoices, the company needed a solution that could help streamline the work of research teams that needed to research invoice disputes.
www.lombardisoftware.com /bpm-ecm-solutions.php   (606 words)

 espresso coffee vancouver, nuova simonelli, ECM Espresso Coffee Machines Co.
ECM, a Vancouver based company, has been in business since 1979 selling the Nuova Simonelli brand of espresso machines.
Today, ECM imports many quality Italian products for the food and hospitality industry.
ECM is the distributor for: espresso equipment for Nuova Simonelli, Saeco, Elecktra and Azkoyen.
www.ecm.bc.ca   (74 words)

 Hummingbird Enterprise™ Rebranded to Livelink ECM — eDOCS™   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Hummingbird Enterprise™ Rebranded to Livelink ECM — eDOCS™
Livelink ECM – DOCS Open is a client/server, Windows-based solution that gives organizations the ability to create centralized repositories, or libraries, containing all of the unstructured data they generate.
Livelink ECM – eDOCS for Microsoft SharePoint -- Transparent to the end user that they are doing anything outside of the Microsoft environment, it seamlessly integrates with Microsoft Office and Microsoft SharePoint with all file operations to the content repository being handled natively at the Microsoft operating system kernel level.
www.hummingbird.com /products   (683 words)

The extracellular matrix (ECM) is a complex structural entity surrounding and supporting cells that are found within mammalian tissues.
The ECM is often referred to as the connective tissue.
It is the major protein comprising the ECM.
web.indstate.edu /thcme/mwking/extracellularmatrix.html   (820 words)

 ECM-ECU-Online - Automotive ECUs - ECMs for cars, trucks, vans and sport utility vehicles
We stock used and rebuilt / remanufactured ECUs - ECMs, for all makes and models of Japanese cars, pickup trucks, vans and SUVs, including vehicles that were manufactured as part of joint ventures between Japanese and American automobile companies.
The ECU - Electronic Control Unit or ECM - Electronic Control Module, also know as the automobile's 'Fuel Computer,' 'Brain Box,' 'Engine Control Module' or 'Engine Control Unit' is an electronic computer that regulates the amount of fuel that your vehicle's injectors release into the intake manifold.
Recognized as a very expensive item, you can now replace your failed ECU / ECM with a remanufactured / rebuilt unit, at a fraction of the cost of a new one, without sacrificing quality or reliability.
www.ecm-ecu-online.com   (266 words)

 ECM Electronic Control Module - ECU Electronic Control Unit - Japanese Imported Cars Pickup Trucks Minivans SUVs
Sunrise Foreign Auto Dismantling stocks rebuilt / remanufactured ECUs - ECMs, for all makes and models of Japanese cars, trucks and vans, including vehicles that were manufactured as part of joint ventures between Japanese and American automobile companies.
The ECU - Electronic Control Unit or ECM - Electronic Control Module, also know as the automobile's ‘Fuel Computer’ or ‘Brain Box,’ is an electronic computer that regulates the amount of fuel that your vehicle’s injectors release into the intake manifold.
ECM / ECU life expectancy is typically 3 to 5 years of normal operation.
www.sunfor.com /ecm_ecu.html   (383 words)

 Adobe - Enterprise solutions : Adobe in ECM
Adobe form solutions integrate with ECM systems to provide flexible, intelligent forms processing that results in greater control and management of crucial information and documents, within and outside the firewall.
By integrating ECM systems with Adobe® Acrobat® software and Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF), organizations gain a robust set of capabilities that increase productivity, reduce risk, and enable more effective regulatory compliance.
Discover how to develop and deploy automated intelligent forms-based processes within the Documentum ECM platform for highly regulated industries such as life sciences, financial services, and government.
www.adobe.com /enterprise/ecm.html   (376 words)

 ECM - Neill Corlett's Home Page
ECM (Error Code Modeler) lets you prepare CD image files (such as BIN, CDI, NRG, CCD, or similar) so that they'll compress far better in programs such as WinRAR.
ECM works on a variety of platforms and is GPL licensed.
ECM is not intended as a tool to aid in acts of copyright infringement.
www.neillcorlett.com /ecm   (190 words)

 Enterprise Content Management - Open Text Corporation
The Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Book Trilogy, Enterprise Content Management: Turning Content into Competitive Advantage is comprised of the Solutions, Technology and Methods books—the why, what and how of ECM.
The trilogy is designed to aid enterprises at all stages of development and defines the ECM market, technology and how to implement solutions for increased productivity and faster ROI.
The first book, ECM Solutions, examines why ECM is a key element of business strategy to gain competitive advantage.
www.opentext.com /corporate/ecm-book.html   (264 words)

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