In the trunk and extremity studies, ingenol mebutate gel had a complete clearance rate (100% of lesions gone) of 28% and 42%, compared with 5% for the vehicle control in both studies.
What does VC stand for?
VC stands for Vehicle Control
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With over twenty years' of experience in automotive semiconductors, Renesas has been a major player in the automotive semiconductor business, offering microprocessor-based solutions for car audio, vehicle control, telematics and car navigation applications.
said Thursday they will jointly standardize software and networks for electronic vehicle control systems.
A vehicle control group given only sesame oil was also established for each administration route.
TTTech especially emphasizes by-wire systems, integrated vehicle control systems, and driver assistance systems.
May 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Meritor WABCO Vehicle Control Systems, a joint venture of Meritor Heavy Vehicle Systems, LLC and the WABCO Automotive Products Group of American Standard Companies Inc.
Improved vehicle control and lower operating cost are both enhanced on the new 6.
March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- With its new integrated vehicle control system (IVCS) on display March 6-9 at the SAE 2000 World Congress in Detroit, TRW will show how its systems integration expertise can yield improved performance, function, and safety at reduced cost -- for vehicles being developed today, as well as for future X-by-wire vehicles.