and Safety Test of Inactivated Stock Culture
Compared with traditional nucleating agents of iPP, these PNAs posses many excellent qualities (such as low price, innocuity
, and ease of processing), anticipating an attractive commercial future.
As a result, the presence of different dyes in foods justifies the interest and the permanent need for evaluating their innocuity
, as well as to precisely regulate their use.
That presumed innocuity
undergirds their entire argument for intensification as a key characteristic of the arc of war.
The adopted measures consolidated the legal framework for the surveillance of medicines thanks to provisions aimed at reinforcing the coordination role of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and to procedures coordinated at European level to verify the innocuity
In other studies, it has been difficult to establish a point of equilibrium between efficacy of the antimicrobial agent and innocuity
for the insect (Singh & House 1970; Burkholder et al.
Thus, in view of the innocuity
of silymarin, it might be advisable in future clinical studies to insure the controlled administration of sufficient amounts of silymarin.
A sum of Rs 11 million was also approved for project development and comparison of innocuity
and potentiating effect of three oil adjuvant in vaccine of Pasteurella multocida in buffalo/ cattle.
A recombinant vaccinia-rabies virus in the immunocompromised host: oral innocuity
, progressive parenteral infection, and therapeutics.
The preparation of lepromin complies with the standardisation and safety norms recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) for selecting and processing tissues used for bacilli extraction, sterility tests, innocuity
, cutaneous reactivity, total content of protein, total content of phenol and bacilli counting, whose concentration must range from 40 to 160 million per millilitre.