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Chlorpyrifos, one of the most widely used organophosphate insecticides in the United States, is a known neurotoxicant, but is it carcinogenic too?
TORONTO -- Alcohol is the most widely used drug by Ontario students in grades 7 to 12 while the use of other illicit drugs, particularly Ecstasy, has declined since 2001 says the Centre for Addiction and Mental Use in its 2003 Ontario Student Drug Use Survey.
It is the city's most widely used street light design.
Apache is a very widely used Linux-based enterprise Web server application, and we are working with two leaders--Covalent and Red Hat--to offer simultaneous high-performance 32- and 64- bit computing to our customers," said Marty Seyer, vice president of server business, AMD.
Written specifically as a textbook, it will be widely used in the classroom.
XAS is widely used to study the atomic-scale structure of materials and is currently employed by hundreds of research groups in a variety of fields, including ceramics, superconductors, semiconductors, catalysis, metallurgy, geophysics, and structural biology.
NAND is a widely used type of flash memory for high capacity data storage applications.
ASI, a two-conductor LAN, is widely used in Europe, while DeviceNet is more widely used here.
a supplier of financial market information and the publisher of the widely used financial market directories, has announced that its Directory of Investment Managers database can now be accessed by job seekers using the tools and services of Career Search.
Earlier this year, the Food and Drug Administration issued a warning about Seldane, the widely used antihistamine for allergies.
Widely used to tint lipsticks, antacids, and over-the- counter drugs, the dyes have compiled a safe track record regarding human exposure, says James R.
Her wildlife research in the Great Lakes region has convinced her that common chemicals widely used in American homes and industries are affecting males of all species, causing dramatic reductions in fertility and a growing number of gross deformities in the male anatomy, including shrunken penises and testicular problems.