MEK


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AcronymDefinition
MEKMethyl Ethyl Ketone
MEKMojahedin-E Khalq Organization (Iran)
MEKMobiles Einsatzkommando (German: Mobile Police Force)
MEKMemory Extension Kit
MEKMessage Encryption Key
MEKMars Expeditionary Complex (Russian space exploration)
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Physicians treat melanoma by using BRAF and MEK inhibitors separately, and increasingly in combination.
MEK also said the attempts to silence the free media have tarnished Turkey's reputation abroad.
It added that the Department "also has serious concerns about the MEK as an organization, particularly with regard to allegations of abuse committed against its own members.
MEK -- sometimes known as the People's Mujahedin of Iran, or PMOI -- has been on the foreign terrorist list for the last 15 years and is desperately trying to be removed.
Following Saddam's ouster (2003), Iran offered the US an exchange of al-Qaeda figures for MEK counterparts.
A delegation from the MEK in London had come to Egypt to meet with Egyptian human rights groups to discuss the future of the people in Camp Ashraf and to seek support from Egyptian activists to help them attain refugee status and thus seek relocation to a third country.
The complexities of the MEK case will serve as a model of how many of these groups supporting terrorism will in the end be found to operate.
Primary contaminants targeted at the naval facility included phenol, methylene chloride, MEK, benzene, toluene, ethyl-benzene, and xylene, with concentrations ranging from 7 to 521 parts per million.
Offers 13 products in their line of MEK peroxides for catalyzing polyesters.
More than 50% of the demand at the global MEK market comes from these industries - a trend that makes MEK largely dependent on automotive, furniture and electrical products industries.
LONDON, July 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- About MEK MEK also known as butanone is a colorless organic solvent with a pleasant pungent odor.