cubic millimeter

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a metric measure of volume or capacity equal to a cube 1 millimeter on each edge

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So the first cubic millimeter will be hard to collect," Vogelstein says, "but the next will be much easier.
The guidelines also update a previous WHO recommendation that antiretroviral treatment begin when a person's T-cell count is at 350 cells per cubic millimeter or less to 500 or less.
That study enrolled 1,763 serodiscordant couples and showed that early ART therapy - given when CD4 counts were between 350 and 550 cells per cubic millimeter - reduced HIV transmission to an uninfected partner by 96% (N.
In two years of follow-up analysis of 1,761 HIV-infected study participants, researchers compared those who delayed antiretroviral treatment until their CD4+ T-cell counts were an average of 230 cells/ per cubic millimeter with those who began antiretroviral treatment sooner.
The capillary forming process allows the researchers to create large batches of 3-D microstructures -- all much smaller than a cubic millimeter -- over essentially limitless areas, Hart said.
There are some efforts going on right now, sponsored by DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), entitled "Smart Dust," where within one cubic millimeter there will be energy storage and energy harvesting capabilities much like solar cells.
8 mm high and offers a high energy storage density of 200 nJ per cubic millimeter typical, making it suitable for local DC/DC conversion.
Wentzloff's is less than 1 cubic millimeter in size.
The new guidelines include starting antiretroviral drugs, which are designed for the class of viruses that include HIV, when a patient's CD4 T cell count dips below 350 per cubic millimeter of blood, down from the past standard of 500 T cells/mm [super]3.
Washington, Feb 10 (ANI): Scientists at the University of Michigan, US, have developed a 9 cubic millimeter solar-powered sensor system that can harvest energy from its surroundings to operate nearly perpetually.
In the five people, whose ages at death ranged from 57 to 72, there were sometimes more than 200 new, healthy neurons per cubic millimeter of dentate gyrus, the scientists report.
Treatment should now start when CD-4 T cell counts fall below 350 cells per cubic millimeter of blood.