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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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Some bend, others twist, and we can combine them any way we want."The capillary forming process allows the researchers to create large batches of 3-D microstructures -- all much smaller than a cubic millimeter -- over essentially limitless areas, Hart said.
The PG0085/PG0086 shielded drum core series of surface mount power inductors from Pulse is 1.8 mm high and offers a high energy storage density of 200 nJ per cubic millimeter typical, making it suitable for local DC/DC conversion.
Wentzloff's is less than 1 cubic millimeter in size.
The new guidelines include starting antiretroviral drugs, which are designed for the class of viruses that include HIV, when a patient's CD4 T cell count dips below 350 per cubic millimeter of blood, down from the past standard of 500 T cells/mm [super]3.
Washington, Feb 10 (ANI): Scientists at the University of Michigan, US, have developed a 9 cubic millimeter solar-powered sensor system that can harvest energy from its surroundings to operate nearly perpetually.
In the five people, whose ages at death ranged from 57 to 72, there were sometimes more than 200 new, healthy neurons per cubic millimeter of dentate gyrus, the scientists report.
The concentration of CD4 T lymphocytes, the infection-fighting white cells that decline dramatically during the course of AIDS, went from an initial average of 140 cells per cubic millimeter of blood on a slide to a healthier value of 360 cells per cubic millimeter.
Occupying a volume only slightly larger than a cubic millimeter, this microelectromechanical STM is driven by "finger" motors, each one only 200 micrometers wide.
To enter the study, the volunteers had to show a T cell count of at least 600 cells per cubic millimeter of blood.
The researchers first studied 10 recruits with moderate immune suppression; they had CD4 T lymphocyte "counts" of greater than 200 per cubic millimeter of blood.