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Paul re·ac·tion (pawl),
pus is rubbed into a scarification on a rabbit's eye; if the pus is from a variolous or vaccinal pustule a condition of epitheliosis develops in 36-48 hours; the sputum of a smallpox patient is said to cause the same reaction.
Paul, Gustav, Austrian physician, 1859-1935.
- formerly a test for smallpox. Synonym(s): Paul test
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AFTER Arjuna Awardee footballer Subrata Paul tested
positive for a banned substance, Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Wednesday called for adopting a policy of " zero tolerance" towards doping.
City owner Stephen Vaughan said last night: "Four players were randomly selected by the FA to undertake drugs tests on October 6, three of the players were found to be negative but unfortunately Paul tested
positive with traces of cocaine in his sample.
Driving ahead: Nick Paul tests
the technology at Warwick University