International course on molecular medicine from Jan 7 KARACHI: An International Symposium-Cum-Training Course on Molecular Medicine and Drug Research will be held from January 7 to 10 at the International Centre for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS) Karachi University.
What does MM stand for?
MM stands for Molecular Medicine
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- Modified Mercalli Scale (earthquake intensity scale)
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- Molar Mass
- Molecular Mechanics
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Author: Natalie Hami THE CYPRUS Institute of Neurology and Genetics' (CING) will open the doors of the island's first School of Molecular Medicine in the coming academic year, it announced yesterday.
International contributors to 15 chapters present step-by-step instructions for the most important protocols in molecular medicine applied in cardiovascular research, starting with microarray analysis.
The third and final phase entails the construction of the facility's space for Genesis Genomics and a molecular medicine research area, which Power describes as having a footprint of approximately 20,000 square feet.
Many books describe DNA in medicine, from monographs to multiple-author heavy volumes, but the uniqueness of this single-author introductory textbook of molecular medicine is that it simplifies the seemingly complex concepts of DNA in medicine so that readers can find an easy entry into the world of molecular medicine.
9 Kyodo Scientists from six countries opened a two-day conference Monday in Tokyo to discuss the latest developments in molecular medicine, which applies knowledge of the body's health maintenance mechanisms to diagnostic and treatment methods.
This back-and-forth process," says Witten, "is what molecular medicine is all about.