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Abbr. for “millimeter.”
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(networking)
The country code for Myanmar (Burma).
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MM

(1) See millimeter, multimode fiber and Multiple Master.

(2) (Thousand X Thousand) One million.

(3) (Moving Magnet) See phono cartridge.
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About 20 millimoles of ligand was dissolved in 80-90 mL hot methanol and treated slowly with aqueous methanolic solution of 10 millimoles of appropriate metal acetate {chloride in case of Pd(II) and sulphate in case of Fe(II)} and refluxed on steam bath for half an hour.
To convert urine cadmium from microgram per gram creatinine to nanomole per millimole creatinine, multiply by 1.006.
where the concentrations of these ions (Na, K, Ca, and Mg) are expressed in millimole of charge/L.
However, the data in the present meta-regression analysis raise the possibility that other interventions, especially those that ultimately act predominantly through upregulation of LDL receptor expression, may provide additional options and may potentially be associated with the same relative clinical benefit per each 1 millimole per liter reduction in LDL-C."
* mEq or milliequivalent (confused with millimole or mmol)
Furthermore, for every millimole per liter increase in urinary creatinine, NP concentration increased by 8.6% (95% CI, 5.6-11.7).
In addition, we measured daily intake of uranium from drinking water (volume used x concentration, micrograms), cumulative intake from drinking water (daily intake x duration of the water consumption, grains), and uranium concentration in urine (micrograms pet liter or micrograms per millimole creatinine).
Taxi drivers with their seden- tary lifestyles and unhealthy eating habits were found to have the highest cholesterol levels on average - 5.7 millimole per litre of blood (mmol/L).
Doctors measure cholesterol in millimole per litre with the healthy levels being less than five for total cholesterol and less than three for LDL cholesterol.
Getting down to within a normal weight for your height can help you lop as much as one millimole per litre off your cholesterol level.
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Taxi drivers, with their sedentary lifestyles and unhealthy diet, had the highest average - 5.7 millimole per litre of blood (mmol/l).