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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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It seems that MCP is able to distinguish between the good guys and the bad guys.
MCP by now occupies about 60 per cent market share inthe Al Batinah and surrounding regions, in the projects segment.
Research Brief - The unintended consequences of the MCP on foreign aid for family planning.
METHODS: Seventy-five Balb/c mice were randomized into 5 groups, namely the negative control, positive control, low-concentration MCP, moderate-concentration MCP and high-concentration MCP groups.
The selectivity of MIP was investigated using MCP and structurally related organophosphorous pesticides adsorption on the imprinted microspheres and nonimprinted microspheres.
Otherwise, if approved, members would share in the settlement based on the number of shares they owned in MCP (after attorney fees and expenses are deducted).
As a result of this and improved mounting technology, the MCP can stack 9 layers with 6 memory chips and then wire-bond the layers together for total 1.
Cartoonists receive a share of MCP revenue, with the amount depending on how many subscribers pick their feature when building a daily page.
The MCP reduces the amount of power used by the memory chips and also minimises the number of parts and amount of wiring required by the common x 16 configured data buses.
No specific projects have yet been discussed between the BBC and MCP, and talks between them have yet to be concluded.
Two of these tiny bodyguards--called MCP for membrane cofactor protein and DAF for decay accelerating factor--also may help sperm fertilize eggs and protect sperm in the female genital tract, according to researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine.
These included drawings (summer-winter-fantasy tree, house, person, family or animal family) (Koch, 1976; Koppitz, 1968; Burns and Kaufman 1972), a Sentence completion Test, observation during conversation, contact and play, fitting of the prothesis and demostration of the MCP.