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ARMS

APSAC Reocclusion Multicentre Study. A trial assessing the effect of anisoylated plasminogen streptokinase activator complex (APSAC, or anistreplase) on coronary artery patency post AMI.
Conclusion At 90 min, 73% had patent infarct-related vessels; at 24 h, 96%; at 2 months, 11.5% reinfarcted.
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Tinsukia, Jan 4 (ANI): A militant belonging to the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) laid down arms before the state authorities in Assam's Tinsukia District.
HERAT, December 05, 2010 (Balochistan Times): A group of Taliban fighters have laid down arms and surrendered to government in the western Afghan province of Herat on Sunday, an official said.
Local officials reported earlier this month that sum of 350 militants that had laid down arms and accepted the terms of the government for amnesty were pardoned in Southwestern Damascus.
During the past one year 166 cadres have laid down arms in IGAR(S) alone, which is in addition to the 122 cadres of the KCP (MC) Lallumba group who signed the tripartite agreement with central and Manipur governments.
The surrendered militants voluntarily laid down arms with a pledge to remain peaceful in future.
The ministry reported that militants in the village of Taljabin in Aleppo province laid down arms and joined the nationwide reconciliation plan with the army, adding that the total number of towns, regions and villages that have thus far ended battle against the army stands at 2,330.
Imphal, June 5 (ANI): T Liankhankhup Zou alias Khupkhang, a founder member of the rebel outfit Zou People's Army laid down arms, along with 12 other cadres, in a formal ceremony at IGAR Complex in Manipur recently.
MINGORA, September 14, 2009 (Balochistan Times): The surrender of militants continued in Swat as 105 more militants, who laid down arms at Tehsil Kabal, were presented before media at FC Camp Kanju in Swat district.
Local officials reported on Monday that a sum of 350 militants that had laid down arms and accepted the terms of the government for amnesty were pardoned in Southwestern Damascus.