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MM

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for MYANMAR.

MM

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Union of Myanmar (Burma). This is the code used in international transactions to and from Burmese bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Burma. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Burma. Each administrative division in Burma has its own code with the prefix "MM." For example, the code for the State of Mon is ISO 3166-2:MM-15.
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In the study, patients randomly assigned to receive IL-2 plus standard antiretroviral therapy had mean CD4+ T-cell counts that increased from 428 cells per cubic millimeter of blood (mm3) at baseline to 916 cells/mm3 at month 12.
Between 1979 and 1989, the researchers studied 162 pregnant women with lower-than-average platelet counts -- less than 150,000 platelets per cubic millimeter of blood.
Eligible HIV-infected patients must be receiving a stable regimen of potent antiretroviral drug therapy that has brought plasma HIV-1 RNA levels down to less than 500 copies/mL at screening and must have CD4 T cell counts greater than or equal to 300 cells per cubic millimeter at screening.
In March 1987, the Food and Drug Administration approved AZT for people with advanced AIDS and for people infected with the AIDS-causing virus, HIV, who have fewer than 200 CD4 T-lymphocytes per cubic millimeter of blood.
Objective: We propose to engineer and validate a novel random access three-dimensional two-photon (2P) laser scanning microscope which can simultaneously image three different brain regions in the three spatial dimensions (3x3D system), where each scanned volume can exceed cubic millimeters.
The active part of the harvester that enables the energy conversion occupies just 27 cubic millimeters.
The machine can cut to within 2 microns accuracy and remove 5 cubic millimeters per minute from metals and non-metals.
This means, if you have 100 cubic millimeters of an elastomer, it can change shape, but cannot be reduced in volume, unlike a metal which can lose volume.
A colony founded by one of these intruders typically grabs only a few cubic millimeters of internal leaf space, favoring locations near the plant's internal plumbing.