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M2

Abbreviation for:
second marginal coronary artery (see there)

FAB classification

French-American-British classification of acute leukemia Hematology A schema that divides acute leukemias into lymphoid–ALL or myeloid–AML cell lines; of childhood ALL, 70% are predominantly L1, 27% are L2, and 3% or less are L3 or Burkitt cell type, in adults with ALL, 30% are L1, 65% are L2, and 5% are L3
FAB classification, acute leukemias
Acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL)
L1  Small monotonous lymphocytes
L2  Mixed L1- and L3-type lymphocytes
L3  Large homogeneous blast cells
Acute myeloid leukemia (AML)
M1  Myeloblasts without maturation
M2  Myeloblasts with maturation (best AML prognosis)
M3  Hypergranular promyelocytic leukemia (faggot cells)
M3V  Variant, microgranular promyelocytic leukemia
M4  Myelomonocytic leukocytes
M5  Monocytic, subtype
  a. Poorly differentiated monocytic leukemia
  b. Well differentiated monocytic leukemia
M6  Erythroleukemia/DiGuglielmo syndrome
M7  Megakaryocytic leukemia Pleomorphic undifferentiated cells with cytoplasmic blebs; myelofibrosis or ↑ BM reticulin; positive for platelet peroxidase antifactor VIII

M2

acute myeloblastic leukemia with maturation.
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The 6x86MX processor is able to obtain this high level of performance through an enhanced 64K unified cache and a 512 entry branch target buffer (BTB).
These features allow the 6x86MX processor to satisfy a higher percentage of memory accesses on-chip, reducing the need to access slower off-chip memory.
The strong performance of the 6x86MX processor is obtained using proven socket 7 designs.
The 6x86MX processor provides our customers more opportunities to differentiate their products," said Rodger Mohme, vice president of PC Platforms and Products at Phoenix Technologies.
Phoenix system software provides manufacturers using the 6x86MX processor with reduced engineering costs and improved time-to-market.
Designed for PCs in the $1,500 to $2,000 price range(a) a segment that makes up more than 50 percent of the total PC market(b) the IBM 6x86MX uses the industry-standard interface for Pentium-compatible processors called Socket 7.
The 6x86MX also runs cooler than high-end Pentium products.