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EMP

abbr.
electromagnetic pulse
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Emp.

1. Emperor.
2. Empire.
3. Empress.
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The company, which has proposed a 2D Seismic EMP, plans to undertake seismic line land clearing and seismic acquisition.
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In the broadest sense, an EMP is a sudden burst of extreme electromagnetic interference that causes systems using electricity a especially devices controlled by chips or computers a to fail when the load gets too high.
The federal government must provide warning; protect against, respond to and recover from the effects of electromagnetic pulses through planning, investment and stakeholder engagement; and prevent EMP attacks through deterrence, defensive capabilities and nuclear nonproliferation efforts, the order said.
According to Abilita, its EMP technology couples high-throughput mutagenesis to a robust microbial selection system in order to evolve membrane protein target variants that demonstrate transformative improvements in their biophysical properties, while preserving relevant folding and function.
To determine whether miR-19b mediated the above biological effects of EMP on HUVECs, we measured the levels of miR-19b in EMPs by RT-PCR.
Deputy Chief Minister I Datuk Ahmad Zakiyuddin Abd Rahman (PH - Pinang Tunggal) then rose to explain that the EIA was not executed as there was already the EMP.
In order to investigate the effect of AGEs on the EMP releasing, we treated HUVECs with different concentrations of AGEs (200 [micro]g/ml and 400 [micro]g/ml) or BSA (400 [micro]g/ml) as the control group for 24 h.
'The EMP class provides certain skillsets necessary to build well-motivated and performance-driven employees and happier customers.
A North Korean electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack could possibly eliminate 90 percent of U.S.