EHRT

AcronymDefinition
EHRTExplosive Hazard Reduction Team
EHRTEnvironmental Health Research and Testing, Inc. (various locations)
EHRTEnglish Heritage Research Transactions (publication)
EHRTExtreme High Response Technology (Airtronics Inc.)
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Ehrt, In Materials Science, Photoionization of polyvalent ions, Research Horizons, Nova Science Publishers Inc, New York, p.1 (2007).
(21.) Aarsland D, Pahlhagen S, Ballard CG, Ehrt U, Svenningsson P.
(20) Der Literaturpreis der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung ehrt Schriftsteller, die sich der wichtigsten Themen unserer Zeit annehmen, "die uns heute auf den Nageln brennen", so Christine Lieberknecht in ihrer Ansprache: "Verwurzelung in der Geschichte und Gegenwart, verlorene und neu gewonnene Heimat, Erinnerungsarbeit und Liebesbeziehung, Menschenwurde und die Gestaltung einer freiheitlichen zivilen Lebensweise".
Se ha estimado que entre el 25% y 50% de los pacientes con enfermedad de Parkinson pueden exhibir sintomas depresivos, los cuales contribuyen al deterioro funcional de los pacientes (Braam et al., 2010; Ehrt, Bronnick, Leentjens, Larsen & Aarsland, 2006; McDonald et al., 2003; Stefanova et al., 2006; Zampieri & Pedroso de Souza, 2011).
A German born in Saratov and active in the Mennonite cause, Adolf Ehrt (1902-75) was in charge of the information section of the German Evangelical Press Service in Berlin, and organiser of the Bruder in Not (Brothers in Distress) action group.
Different studies have found different results on the effectiveness of these drugs on cognitive performance (e.g, Brusa, et al., 2003; Brusa, et al., 2005; Campbell, et al., 2010; Drag, et al., 2010; Ehrt, et al., 2010; Hamidovic, et.
logit(Pr([Y.sub.ijk] = 1)) = [[beta].sub.0jk] + [[beta].sub.EHR.sup.*] EHRt + [[beta].sub.Z.sup.*] Z [[beta].sub.0jk] = [[gamma].sub.000] + [u.sub.jk]; [u.sub.jk] ~ N(0, [[sigma].sub.2.sup.u]) (2)
Schnappinger D, Ehrt S, Voskuil M, Liu Y, Mangan J, Monaban I, Dolganov G, Efron B, Butcher P, Nathan C, Schoolnik G (2003) Transcriptional adaptation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis within macrophages: Insights into the phagosomal environment.
Bronnick, K., Ehrt, U., Emre, M., De Deyn, P.P., Wesnes, K., Tekin, S., et al.
Sabine Ehrt, the researchers said that Mtb-a slow-growing aerobic bacterium that causes TB-relies primarily on gluconeogenic substrates for in vivo growth and persistence.