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mmf

(electromagnetism)
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The Chinese MMF industry is concentrated with Yu'E Bao alone accounting for 25% of the market as of September 2017, while the US market is more diversified - with the largest, JPM USG MMF, representing only 5% of the local market.
the MMF is taking advantage of new interfaces and tools from both OCLC (WorldCat) and RISM to bring awareness and searchability of its substantial and unique collections to the world via the Internet; and to support a symbiosis between these two world-class databases, which are seen to be the main tools students, musicians, researchers, and musicologists would use in their work.
The increase in ash content of cookies with increasing levels of substitution may be attributed to high ash content of the MMF.
Because a person-the participant-is directing the investment of his account, the account qualifies as a "natural person" and may hold a retail MMF.
1,4 MMF is not without risk, especially in the early postoperative period.
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From the biochemical point of view, MMF is metabolized in the liver to mycophenolic acid, an active moiety that is a selective, strong, reversible and non-competitive inosine monophosphate dehydrogenase inhibitor.
The results of this study suggest that the MMF model can be used to accurately predict the growth in body weight of Mengali sheep.
There are indications that the SEC may take the lead to issue proposed reforms, based on public comments from Commissioners Aguilar and Gallagher, who previously opposed additional MMF reform and have modified their positions.
As of end-March 2013, MMF allocations to Eurozone banks represented 13.