Higher carbon yield might be achieved if impurities were removed from melt-spun precursors
The individuals registered as business entities are banned to exercise movement and transportation of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and their precursors
As methamphetamine production and trafficking in Mexico and some Central American countries has expanded, these governments have sought to ways to target precursors
after tightening legislative and administrative controls on both the methamphetamine precursor
chemicals and finished medicines containing them, Traffickers in the Americas, however, are turning to non-scheduled precursor
chemicals to manufacture methamphetamine through alternative methods.
In this case, precursors
that can only undergo self-limiting surface reactions are individually fed into the reaction chamber.
The agreement will strengthen co-operation between the EU and Russia in preventing drug precursors
from being trafficked for the manufacture of illegal drugs.
This shift may be a result of new legislative and administrative efforts in China, but China remains a major source of diverted precursors
around the world.
Next, researchers used a mouse model that expresses fluorescent biosensors in blood precursors
to determine when, during embryonic age, precursors
develop into microglia.
THE EUROPEAN Union (EU) Council of Ministers has approved new drug precursor
controls that take account of the EU's becoming a centre for the manufacture of illicit synthetic drugs such as Ecstasy.
The new study establishes that transmission of cancer precursors
can occur in a solid-organ transplant, says researcher Mario Luppi of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Modena, Italy.
The patent , United States Patent number 6,146,889, is titled "Proliferation of Hepatocyte Precursors
Irvine, CA, a subsidiary of VIMRX Pharmaceuticals announced it has received a notice of allowance from the US Patent and Trademark Office for a patent covering the infusion of neutrophil (white blood cells responsible for fighting bacterial infections) precursors
for the treatment of neutropenia (a common side effect of high dose chemotherapy characterized by a deficiency of neutrophils and an increased susceptibility to infection).
Yet he spends much of his survey pointing out that, "Most individuals with the early precursors
of criminal behavior do not become serious offenders, but most (albeit not all) serious offenders have shown the precursors
earlier in life.