VKM

AcronymDefinition
VKMVitenskapskomiteen for Mattrygghet
VKMVoodoo Kin Mafia (TNA wrestling)
VKMRussian Collection of Microorganisms (Russian acronym)
VKMVincent Kennedy McMahon (World Wrestling Federation)
VKMVenus Knitting Mills
VKMVerkehrsmittelwerbung (German: means of transport advertisement)
VKMVektorová katastrálna mapa
VKMVerein Kleinwuechsiger Menschen (Switzerland)
VKMVisual Knowledge Manager
VKMVehicle Keeper Marking
VKMVerband Kirchlicher Mitarbeiterverbaende
VKMVejle Kommunes Musikskole (Danish)
VKMVerein Könizer Mediotheken (German)
VKMVlaamse Kring voor Moraal
VKMValutas kursa mehanisms (Latvian: Exchange Rate Mechanism)
VKMVersions- und Konfigurationsmanagement (German: version and configuration management)
VKMVolle Korrel Mais
VKMValiutos Keitimo Mechanizmo
VKMVirtual Knowledge Management, Inc.
VKMVana Kooli Mehed
VKMVereins für Körper- und Mehrfachbehinderte im Saarland eV (Germany)
VKMValstybines kalbos mokymas
VKMVastgoed Kwaliteits Meetlat
VKMVerbrennungkraftmaschinen
VKMBundesselbsthilfeverband Kleinwüchsiser Menschen
VKMVertical Knee Mill (machinery)
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The VKM is a scientific body and as such must substantiate its opinions with the available scientific evidence: concern based on an absence of science is conjecture and only serves to confuse consumers.
VKM assessed the potential negative health effects of oxidation by-products as part of a larger risk-benefit analysis it is conducting, including those produced in the body.
CHICAGO -- Van Kampen Asset Management announced today that the shareholders of Van Kampen California Quality Municipal Trust (NYSE/CHX: VKM) approved the reorganization of VKM into Van Kampen California Value Municipal Income Trust (NYSE/CHX: VCV) at a special meeting of shareholders held on July 22, 2005.
Our findings contradict the widely held view (COT 2002; VKM 2008) that chemical mixtures exhibiting varied modes of action are without combination effects at levels near supposed dose thresholds, used in regulatory toxicology as points of departure for the derivation of tolerable human exposures.