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MIMIC

(language)
An early language designed by J.H. Andrews of the NIH in 1967 for solving engineering problems such as differential equations that would otherwise have been done on an analog computer.

["MIMIC, An Alternative Programming Language for Industrial Dynamics, N.D. Peterson, Socio-Econ Plan Sci. 6, Pergamon 1972].
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Immunostaining for human herpesvirus 8 latent nuclear antigen-1 helps distinguish Kaposi sarcoma from its mimickers.
Studies of mothers' blood indicated high levels of human hormone mimickers, leading researchers to conclude that man-made chemicals had triggered changes in the sex of unborn children in the first three weeks of gestation.
Live Wire, an AC/DC cover band, and Motley Crue mimickers Same Ol' Situation will rock out to other people's songs starting at 10 p.
The role of carbohydrate metabolism and Vanadium salts (as mimickers of insulin in glucose transport) were not clearly established in the literature, therefore, the purpose of this study was to evaluate metabolic toxicity to Jurkat cells exposed (48h) to glucose, fructose, vanadium salt (Vanadium (IV)-di-2-pyridyl-ethyl thiosemicarbazone) and their combinations, and to measure toxicity indices and survival trends using the MTT assay.
16) Ductal carcinomas of the salivary glands, breasts, and cutaneous appendages comprise one particularly common group of such histologic mimickers.
Table 1 Anterior circulations stroke symptoms and signs More specific Less specific Uncommon Aphasia Unilateral numbness or weakness Ataxia Apraxia Visual field deficit Vertigo/disequilibrium Agnosia Dysarthria Nausea/vomiting Headache Table 2 Posterior circulation stroke symptoms and signs More specific Less specific Ataxia Dysarthria Diplopia Headache Vertigo/disequilibrium Unilateral numbness or weakness Bilateral numbness or weakness Nausea/vomiting Visual field deficit Table 3 Stroke mimickers Seizure Mass lesion Migraine Hypoglycemia Systemic infection Toxic-metabolic encephalopathy Multiple sclerosis Intracranial (eg, subdural or epidural) hematoma Table 4 Antihypertensive therapy for hemorrhagic stroke (a) Blood pressure (b) Treatment 1.
announces the development of Naftosafe PLP 3000 Series calcium-zinc powder heat stabilizers, for flexible PVC applications, which provide a wide processing window with adequate color hold and smooth flow of material without hazardous metals or potential estrogen mimickers.
This compound has been shown to inhibit glucose transport in adipocytes stimulated by the insulin mimickers vanadate and hydrogen peroxide (22).
Now there is evidence, based on just two decades of study, that certain types of chemicals used in plastics and pesticides act as estrogen hormone mimickers in the human system.
There are many mimickers of prostate cancer under the microscope, and people not as familiar with prostate biopsies as specialists in urologic pathology can diagnose cancer when it's not actually present.
There are many dermatological mimickers that can produce either darkening or keratoses and at times make it difficult to diagnose.
The infiltrative vascular pattern at the periphery of the lesions and hobnail appearance of endothelial cells are additional mimickers of low-grade angiosarcoma.