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MCP

Abbreviation for metacarpophalangeal.

MCP

membrane cofactor protein.

MCP

abbreviation for metacarpophalangeal.

MCP

Abbreviation for metacarpophalangeal.

MCPA, MCP

2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid; a weedkiller reported to be nontoxic at the levels likely to be encountered on pasture, though it has killed cattle dosed experimentally with large single doses.
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The new MCP release includes features designed to increase availability of mission-critical applications while reducing the need for MCP-specific skills and lowering data-center costs.
Aid to NGOs that do not comply with MCP requirements could be reallocated to NGOs that do.
Co-administering MCP with cisplatin, etoposide or doxorubicin makes cancer cells more sensitive to these frontline treatments.
23) The mice were given MCP in their drinking water at low or high doses.
In this study, -COOH in MAA can form hydrogen bond with -NH- or =C=O in MCP, the specific and positioned hydrogen bond would contribute the MIP's selective affinity.
The small and thin MCP with dimensions of 11mm (W) x 14mm (D) x 1.
MCP and DAF are found on all the tissues that come in contact with the environment, areas where infections try to enter.
The other 15% of the children never used the device, but in all cases, the school was informed of the existence of the MCP.
our patent portfolio now includes patents that claim the enabling technologies required to implement this vision from MCP to finished detection device.
In the study, researchers used cellular viability and clonogenic assays to evaluate the effects of MCP on the viability of AI-prostate cancer cell lines DU-145, PC-3, and CI-1, alone and in combination with radiation treatment.
Contractors who have supplied labour to HCL/ MCP in the last three years may also apply.
05) in seven (70%) of 10 men after taking MCP for 12 months compared to before taking MCP.