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organic and inorganic milk brands since the Food and Drug Administration established tolerance levels for milk in July 1990. (Michelle Davis, Thanh Tran, and Christine E. MacTaylor, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Salem State College, Salem, Mass., 978-542-6731).
  • Evaluation of solid phase extraction techniques for the determination of drugs of abuse and pharmaceuticals in urine The researchers are refining methods for solid phase microextraction or thin polydimethylsiloxane films of selected compounds in human urine. (Kim White, Melanie R. Furlong, and John C. Schaumloffel, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, 508-999-8420, jschaumloffe@umassd.edu). Tuesday, June 26 9 a.m. 12 Noon
    • The sound of DNA This presentation will examine a lesson that helps sixth graders understand the elegance and complexity of DNA. (Kathleen M. Gorski and Travis G. Woodward, Kingswood-Oxford School, West Hartford, Conn., 860-233-3500 x3315).
    • Progress toward improved human immunodeficiency virus therapeutics Medicinal chemistry efforts focused on the management of HIV infection will be presented. (Paul S. Anderson, Chemical & Physical Science, Research & Development, DuPont Pharmaceuticals Company, Wilmington, Del., 302-695-8352).
    • Synthesis and in vitro study of 64Cu-labeled diiminodioxime complexes for evaluation of multidrug resistance The objective is the development of a lipophiliccationic copper-based PET (positron emissions tomography) company for evaluating multidrug resistance in cancer. (Salma Kiani and Alan B. Packard, Childrens Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School, Division of Nuclear Medicine, Boston, Mass., 617-355-7560, salma.kiani@tch.harvard.edu).
    • Ten years successful control of acid insult at Ragged Lake in the Adirondacks Data concerning the pH an
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    Contact: Sharon Worthy
    s_worthy@acs.org
    202-872-4371
    American Chemical Society
    26-Jun-2001


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