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Medicine Science

Austria's Mobile Drug Lab Could Test Street-Drug Effects, Too 34

Posted by timothy
from the gute-hauskiepink-siel-uff-uproofal dept.
carmendrahl writes "In Austria, people can submit their street drugs to a lab-on-a-bus to ensure they got what they paid for. The government is using the bus to track emergence of new variants of bath salts and other drugs. Now, researchers have developed a test they'd like to add to the bus's offerings: it assesses drug action (full paper) instead of just reporting chemical structure."
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Austria's Mobile Drug Lab Could Test Street-Drug Effects, Too

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Monday December 17, 2012 @07:50AM (#42312791)

    new variants of bath salts

    Note that that should be "bath salts" in quotes. It's a range of drugs that are sold under the guise of bath salts despite having no use as such.

    So that's what I've been doing wrong, thanks!

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