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EMT

abbr.
emergency medical technician

EMT

abbreviation for
(Medicine) emergency medical technician

EMT

emergency medical technician: a person who is trained to give emergency medical care at the scene of an accident or in an ambulance.
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EMT training and certification is especially beneficial for Border Patrol agents working in remote areas as they are often the first to respond to emergencies.
Since multiple signaling pathways are involved in the process of EMT, blocking one signaling pathway may not be enough to prevent EMT.
Study design: Potential of berberine was investigated for (i) neuronal differentiation and cancer sternness inhibition, (ii) underlying molecular mechanisms regulating cancer-sternness and (iii) EMT reversal.
However, the depiction of EMT as a binary switch that moves cells from a fully epithelial to a fully mesenchymal state does not reflect the actual mechanisms underlying this process.
EMT originated as a punch-tooling company for business forms over 80 years ago.
Use of the Threshold PEP (Philips Respironics, Bend, OR) is one method to perform EMT that is readily available at a reasonable cost.
According to the US Labor Bureau, women make up about 30% of the EMT work force, but their numbers are increasing.
In cancer cell lines, they found that the PDGFR-Beta inhibitor sunitinib inhibited growth of cells with EMT or cancer stem cell properties that have active FOXC2.
Privately held EMT, a provider of electronic test equipment, filed for bankruptcy protection earlier this year.
To begin to understand the interaction of teams and EMS outcomes, we sought to characterize EMT partner familiarity in a sample of three EMS agencies.
Analyzing the biology of cancer's spread in laboratory animals, Professor Howe and his colleagues discovered TGF-beta triggered the expression of two proteins, disabled-2 (Dab2) and interleukin-like inducer of EMT (ILEI), that are required for EMT.
TALLINN -- According to a brand study of the Estonian Tele2 mobile communications operator, carried out by TNS Emor, EMT and Tele2 led the Estonian mobile communication market as of the end of Q4 2009, with their market shares respectively at 37 percent and 33 percent.