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Worlds largest scientific society convenes regional meeting June 24-27 in Durham, N.H.

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More than 300 research findings will be presented at the 30th Northeast regional meeting of the American Chemical Society, the worlds largest scientific society, in Durham, N. H., June 24-27. Over 650 scientists and students are expected to attend the meeting at the University of New Hampshires Memorial Union Building, 83 Main Street (Telephone: 603-862-1550). Highlights include:

  • The human genome
  • Oxygenation in gasoline
  • Tetracyclines in milk
  • Drug and pharmaceutical detection
  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus
General chairperson is Howard Mayne, University of New Hampshire, Durham.

Monday, June 25 1:30 4:30 p.m.

  • Superbug and superbeads This presentation will describe research for genome-based chemistry. (Peng G. Wang, Department of Chemistry, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich., 313-993-6759).
  • Quantitation of the oxgenate MTBE Methyl Tertiary-Butyl Ether is used as an oxygenate in gasoline for cleaner combustion. The quantity of MTBE in different octane ratings of several brands of gasoline will be examined. (Dean A. Santamaria-Capetanelis, Alexander Naumann, Jacob Maki, and Christine E. MacTaylor, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Salem State College, Salem, Mass., 978-542-6731).
Monday, June 25 7:30 9:30 p.m.
  • Cost-effective immunoassays for human serum albumin Using human serum albumin as a model, the researchers will discuss development of alternative methods for diagnosing diseases. (Amy Linquata and Christine E. MacTaylor, Salem State College, Salem, Mass.; and Alynne I. MacLean, Science with a Mission Inc., Sharon, Mass., 781-784-2336).
  • Are producers adhering to FDA guidelines? Tetracyclines, shown to cause birth defects and bone deformities in young children, have been found in numerous
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Contact: Sharon Worthy
s_worthy@acs.org
202-872-4371
American Chemical Society
26-Jun-2001


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