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MCP

(1) See Microsoft certification.

(2) (Master Control Program) See operating system.

(3) (MultiChip Package) A chip package that contains two or more chips. It is essentially a multichip module (MCM) that uses a laminated, printed-circuit-board-like substrate (MCM-L) rather than ceramic (MCM-C). MCPs are also tested after packaging, whereas the bare chips of ceramic-based MCMs were tested before packaging so as not to waste the more costly ceramic substrate if the chips were no good. See MCM.


Multichip Packages
These are examples of multichip packages with stacked chips (top) and side-by-side chips (bottom). The chips are wire bonded to the resin-based substrate which is attached to the printed circuit board using a ball grid array (BGA). (Illustration courtesy of Joseph Fjelstad.)
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By looking at the panel data on family planning--fertility rates, population, total foreign aid from 151 less developed countries over the period 1988-2010--it is possible to empirically assess the impact of the MCP on family planning allocations.
The modification allows MCP to easily absorb into the circulation and exert numerous therapeutic effects throughout the body, now demonstrated in multiple peer reviewed studies.
Power has picked on a significant episode in the development of the politics of suspicion and secrecy that characterized the reign of Banda and the MCP, and continues into Malawi's present.
We reported previously that intravenous injection of B16-F1 murine melanoma cells with CP or MCP into syngeneic mice resulted in a significant increase or decrease of lung colonization, respectively (Platt D, Raz A (1992) J Natl Cancer Inst 84:438-42).
The selectivity of the obtained particles was elucidated by the different rebinding capability of the MCP and the related compounds.