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biodefense stockpile (U.S.)
biodefense stockpile, European countries
controlled/gov’t distribution in European counties
controlled/gov’t distribution in U.S.
EU200 Currently Approved in EU
EU666 Biodefense stockpile
UM100 Controlled/Gov't Distribution in US
US666 Biodefense stockpile
EM160 Controlled/Gov't Distribution in EU
Originally posted by ricco78
you fool what you find could put some ppl in danger!
666 Hyaluronic acid Products
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Hyaluronan Products - Hyaluronic acid (HA); hyaluronan; sodium hyaluronate
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666 Hyaluronic acid Products
Hyaluronic acid; HA; hyaluronan; sodium hyalu-ro-nate; sodium glucuronate-N-acetylglucosamine polymer
Cross ref: See the entries below for specific HA products. See also the hyaluronidase entries (#186-#616; #617; #618; #619). Note, other than recombinant HA (#186), this book/-database only covers a few of many FDA--approved HA products, with most HA products considered borderline or non-biopharmaceutical products (depending on source/manufacturing).
Description: Hyaluronic acid (HA) or hyaluronan is a naturally occurring glycosaminoglycan, a polysaccharide (carbohydrate polymer) containing alternating disaccharide units (N-acetyl-D-glucosamine and D-glucuronic acid monosaccharide linked with beta1-->4 bonds) linked with beta1-->3 glycoside bonds, forming a long-chain polymer containing repeating units of sodium glucuronate-N-acetylglucosamine or beta-(1, 4)-D-GlcA-beta -(1, 3)-D-GlcNAc-). Hyaluronic acid usually occurs as the salt (hyaluronate) form under physiologic conditions. In vivo, it primarily exists as sodium hyaluronate, since sodium is the most abundant cation in cells and tissues.
Pharmaceutical HA products include various animal and bacterial-derived products used for viscosupplemen-tation, e.g. lubricati ... truncated (just the beginning)
sodium glucuronate-N-acetylglucosamine polymer 
Hyaluronic acid Products [BIO]
Hyaluronan injection [FDA]
hyaluronic acid [SY]
sodium hyaluronate [SY]
Natrii Hyaluronas [SY Latin]
Product Class Index:
SB999 Generic Entry/Chapter
Originally posted by 12.21.12
Heres the index.
Theres a 666 for the US and in the EU but whatever it is they're not saying as it is not listed.