ECM

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ECMElectronic Countermeasures
ECMEnterprise Content Management
ECMEngine Control Module
ECMElectronic Control Module
ECMEssentials of Clinical Medicine (various schools)
ECMExtracellular Matrix
ECMEvery Child Matters (UK)
ECMEducazione Continua in Medicina (Italy)
ECMError Correction Mode
ECMElectronic Content Management
ECMElectret Condenser Microphone
ECMEngineering Conception Maintenance (Belgian engineering consulting firm)
ECMEnterprise Compensation Management (software)
ECMÉcole de Commerce et de Management (French: School of Business and Management)
ECMElliptic Curve Method
ECMÉcole Centrale Marseille (French: Marseille Central School; Marseille, France)
ECMExecutive Committee Member (various organizations)
ECMEngineering Construction Management (various locations)
ECMError Correction Model
ECMEuropean Congress of Mathematics
ECMElectronic Commerce Management
ECMElectronic Counter Measures
ECMExtended Cable Manager
ECMEthernet Networking Control Model
ECMEnterprise Component Modeling
ECMEnterprise Configuration Manager
ECMEngine Control Management
ECMExtended Color Mode
ECMEntitlement Control Message
ECMElectronically Commutated Motor
ECMEngineering Change Management
ECMElectro-Chemical Machining
ECMEconomic Capital Model
ECMElectronic Counter Measure
ECMEnvironmental Compliance Manager
ECMEnterprise Client Management (software)
ECMEarly Childhood Music
ECMEnergy Conservation Measure
ECMEuropean Cities Monitor (survey)
ECMEspace Culture Multimédia (French: Multimedia Espace Culture)
ECMEnergy Conservation Management
ECMEpiscopal City Mission (Massachusetts)
ECMEquipment Condition Monitoring
ECMEquity Capital Market
ECMEnterprise Change Management
ECMEvery Child Ministries (Hebron, IN)
ECMEmerging Capital Market
ECMErythema Chronicum Migrans
ECMEmail Content Management
ECMenergy-corrected milk
ECMEuropean Christian Mission (various nations)
ECMError Correction Mechanism (economics/trade)
ECMEngine Condition Monitoring
ECMEnhanced Case Management (various locations)
ECMEuropean Common Market
ECMEnterprise Configuration Management
ECMEnvironmentally Conscious Manufacturing
ECMExisting Customer Management
ECMEditions of Contemporary Music (Munich, Germany record company)
ECMEntitlement Control Message (digital video)
ECMEnterprise Commerce Management
ECMÉcole de Comédie Musicale de Paris (French: Paris Musical Comedy School; Paris, France)
ECMExceptional Case Marking (grammar syntax theory)
ECMEcole-Club Migros (Swiss health club)
ECMÉtude et Conception Mécanique (French engineering company)
ECMExecutive Career Management
ECMErosion Control Mat
ECMEric Carle Museum (Massachusetts)
ECMEast Central Minnesota
ECMEntity Coordination Management (FDDI)
ECMExempt Commercial Market
ECMEnterprise Compliance Management
ECMEarth Covered Magazine (concrete structure used to store ammuntion)
ECMEnterprise Composite Model (Cisco)
ECMEmployment Case Manager (various organizations)
ECMElectro Cell Manipulator
ECMElectric Cipher Machine (US Navy)
ECMEnseignement Catholique Meldois (French: Meldois Catholic Education; Meaux, France)
ECMEngineering, Construction and Maintenance
ECMEndpoint Congestion Management (IETF)
ECMEarliest Childhood Memory (psychology)
ECMEmap Consumer Media (UK)
ECMExecutive Client Management (various companies)
ECMÉcole de Combat Médiéval (French: Medieval Combat School)
ECMElectronics Contract Manufacturer
ECMEngineering Coordination Memo
ECMEarly Childhood Ministries (Coral Springs, FL)
ECMEngineering Coordination Memorandum
ECMEarly Christian Monument
ECMÉpidémiologie Clinique et Médecine (French: Clinical Epidemiology and Medicine)
ECMError Covariance Matrix
ECMEcumenical Christian Ministry (Kansas)
ECMEntry Clearance Manager (UK immigration)
ECMEuro Carreaux Matériaux (French tile company)
ECMEnterprise Component Modeling (Platinum Technology)
ECMEnterprise Channel Management
ECMÉcole de Conduite Manzoni (French driving school)
ECMExpander Connection Manager (SAS)
ECMElectronic Cigarettes Mart
ECMEspace Cadres Marseille (French retirement association)
ECMEndothelial Cell Multimerin
ECMEmergency Changeover Message (CCS #7/ITU-T)
ECMEquivalent Current Method
ECMEnvironmental Cooling Module
ECMElectronic Commerce Manager
ECMExam Content Manual
ECMElectronic Component Manufacturer
ECMExpendable Crew Member (science fiction character)
ECMElectro-Chemical Migration (blooming and dendrite growth in PCAs due to electro-chemical reaction)
ECMEveryplace Connection Manager (IBM)
ECMEvaluation Capability Module
ECMError Checking Mode (fax)
ECMEggwhite Cervical Mucus (fertility charting)
ECMEstonian Centre on Medicines
ECMExtensible Call Model (Cisco)
ECMEngineering Change Modification
ECMEngine Cranking Mode
ECMEcho Canceler Method
ECMEnterprise Control Manager (software change management application tool for AMC GDSS II)
ECMEctomycorrhyzae
ECMEnhanced Communications Manager
ECMEnds Center Matched
ECMExecutive Control Message
ECMÉcole de Charité et de Mission de Marseille (French: Marseille Charity and Mission School; Marseille, France)
ECMExponential Correlation Model
ECMExposure Control Monitor
ECMEddy Current Monitoring (nuclear power)
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The collagen family: structure, assembly, and organization in the extracellular matrix.
The extracellular matrix (ECM) is a complex network of proteins that provides a surface upon which cells can adhere, transform and spread rapidly.
Collagen VI is one component of the extracellular matrix.
Over the last 2 decades, the extracellular matrix has gradually gained the attention and respect of cell biologists.
We have been looking into stem cells as viable treatment options for correction of conditions such as epidermolysis bullosa, because they can produce extracellular matrix proteins.
In normal mammals, osteoblasts form bone by laying down an extracellular matrix and then fortifying it with minerals.
Bone is living tissue formed of cells, including osteoblasts and osteoclasts, enmeshed in an extracellular matrix.
1, 1991 PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, Ruoslahti and colleagues at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City note that rats fed very low levels of protein (7 percent casein), compared with rats fed normal levels (25 percent casein), secrete less TGF-beta and avoid a buildup of extracellular matrix within the glomeruli of the kidneys.
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