Science and Medicine
- Er, symbol for Erbium, a chemical element
- ER, acronym for Emergency room, a medical facility specializing in acute care
- , a representation for Relative static permittivity
- ER fluid, or Electrorheological fluid
- Endoplasmic reticulum, a type of organelle in cell biology
- Enantiomeric ratio, a concept in chemistry
- Equine Exertional Rhabdomyolysis, a syndrome that damages the muscle tissue in horses
- Estrogen receptor, a type of protein molecule
- Evidential reasoning approach, a concept in Decision Theory
- Extended release, a mechanism used to release a drug over time
- Extraction ratio, a pharmacokinetic property
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