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so·man

(sō'măn),
An extremely potent cholinesterase inhibitor.
See also: sarin, tabun.

so·man

(GD) (sō'man)
A nonpersistent nerve agent developed by Germany during World War II (1941-1945). Its NATO code is GD.

soman

(sō′măn)
Pinacolyl methylphosphonofluoridate; an extremely toxic nerve gas.
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Mr Soman said: "I am delighted to join Brick Fabrication during such an exciting time in the company's growth.
Mr Soman takes up his new role with immediate effect.
Soman has previously held positions with Genpact, 3DI Systems, Washington Mutual, Software Management Consultants Inc, Tata Unisys Ltd and Deloitte.
They report in an upcoming Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that all animals survived when treated with galantamine up to 3 hours before or 5 minutes after exposure to soman.
Cary Pope, Oklahoma State University, to study the differential toxicity of the organophosphorus pesticides chlorpyrifos and parathion, as well as the threat agents sarin and soman, and their inhibition of acetylcholinesterase and the accumulation of acetylcholine in a cannulated rat brain model
service members during the first Gulf war because of a soman threat in the Persian Gulf region, but not FDA-approved to counter nerve agent at the time--got the FDA's seal of approval.
Pricing and the Psychology of Consumption" by John Gourville and Dilip Soman, in Harvard Business Review (Sept.
The camera was trained on the speedometer and the road and showed his mad speeds, but Soman slowed to 30mph in villages on the way.
Wayne Soman raced through streams of traffic at 130mph and swerved round blind bends in country lanes at 100mph.
With her husband and a camera in tow, Denise Soman, 37, of North Hollywood came to the event to snap pictures of the horses.
An enzyme that hydrolyzes, and thus detoxifies soman has been purified from squid nerve and immobilized on agarose resin.
The devices utilize IMS technology that identifies and quantifies trace amounts of deadly substances such as Sarin, Tabun, Soman, mustard gas or explosives such as TATP and TCAP that may be found in suspicious packages, backpacks, or within vehicles.