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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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Magnesium is present at millimolar concentrations in the extracellular solution and binds to a site within the NMDA receptor ion pore that becomes accessible very shortly after the ion pore opens.
Exposing the osteoclasts to millimolar levels of (Ca.sup.2+] results in dramatic cell retraction followed by a profound inhibition of bone resorption (76-78).
In addition, damaged tissues like cancer cells are highly demanding compartments that can absorb high levels of ascorbate (at millimolar range).
For example, leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) exposed experimentally to millimolar concentrations of HQ had reduced water uptake by leaves, resulting in closed stomata and decreased photosynthesis (1).
(6,7) In the US population, urinary chloride levels are usually between 100 and 300 millimolar, whereas urinary iodide levels are in the low micromolar range ([10.sup.-6]-[10.sup.-7]M).
Moreover, as has been known since 1899, rheumatoid inflammation responds to high doses of salicylates, 4 to 6 g/day, which amounts to a millimolar concentration of salicylate in the blood.
The rationale is based on the fact that millimolar substrate concentrations are high enough to saturate the bacterial biochemical systems.
The millimolar concentrations were Ash, 4.00; Asp, 1.00; Thr, 1.50; Ser, 3.75; Gln, 22.00; Glu, 1.50; Pro, 0.25; Gly, 1.25; Ala, 5.00; Val, 1.50; Ile, 0.75; Leu, 1.00; Tyr, 0.75; Phe, 0.25; His, 1.75; Lys, 2.25; Arg, 1.25.
In the August NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY, he and Hong-Xia Zhang of the University of Toronto report that their altered plant can grow hydroponically in solutions with sodium chloride concentrations of 200 millimolar (mM).
Every high school kid knows that 1 liter of a 1 millimolar solution contains 6 x [10.sup.20] molecules which constantly collide and interact with each other with high frequency.
The answer lies in the biologically important sulfhydryl molecule glutathione (GSH), present in tissues in nearly millimolar amounts.
The effect of Mn[Cl.sub.2], Co[Cl.sub.2], and Ni[Cl.sub.2] was more dramatic, causing almost a doubling of the [[sup.3]H]-8-OH-DPAT binding to hippocampal membranes at millimolar concentrations of the salts (Table 2).