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microgram

 (μg) [mi´kro-gram]
one millionth (10−6) of a gram.

mcg

Symbol for microgram.

mcg

Microgram, see there; the preferred written abbreviation is µg.

mcg

Microgram, see there; the preferred written abbreviation is µg.

mcg

Abbreviation for microgram.
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Tunney, MCG's president and CEO, said that the sale is in line with the strategy "to monetize equity assets at or near fair value to support the redeployment of capital into current yield oriented investments to grow operating income".
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The recommended maximum is 1,000 micrograms (mcg) per day.
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