Mic-1


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Mic-1

Microprogramming language, used in Andrew Tanenbaum's book.

See Mac-1.

[Structured Computer Organization, A.S. Tanenbaum, 3rd ed, P-H 1989, Sect 4.4, 4.5].
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The researchers found that MIC-1 is present in levels five to six times higher in 67 percent of melanoma patients compared to people without cancer.
This suggests that the MIC-1 protein produced and secreted by these tumours might be performing an important role in the development of melanoma by controlling a key process outside of the tumour," said Robertson.
By targeting MIC-1, protein levels dropped 300 to 400 percent in animal and human tissue samples, preventing blood vessel formation and decreasing tumor development by about 300 percent.