Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 012892/001.

Names and composition

"URACIL MUSTARD" is the commercial name of a drug composed of URACIL MUSTARD.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
012892/001 URACIL MUSTARD URACIL MUSTARD CAPSULE/ORAL 1MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
012892/001 URACIL MUSTARD URACIL MUSTARD CAPSULE/ORAL 1MG

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Biology -- HELP please.?
mutations happen when _____?a-nucleotides are addedb-nucleotides are lostc-a base is changed thus changing one nucleotide into anotherd-mutations happen in all the abovee-mutations dont happen in any of the abovechemicals which can cause mutation include all but... Asked by Vita Tendick 1 year ago.

mutations happen when _____? a-nucleotides are added b-nucleotides are lost c-a base is changed thus changing one nucleotide into another d-mutations happen in all the above e-mutations dont happen in any of the above chemicals which can cause mutation include all but which? a-DDT b-drugs c-formaldehyde d-peroxide e-nitrous acid ab-mustard gas ac-none ad-all which is not true for the DNA molecule? a-consists of 2 strands b-twisted into a double helix c-resembles a ladder with rungs between 2 uprights d-composition of uprights and rungs vary from molecule to molecule e-all the above ab-none of the above cytosine always pairs with _______? a-guanine b-adenine c-uracil d-thymine e-any of the above ab-none of the above Answered by Nikia Donnellon 1 year ago.


Living environment biology regents question?
Mustard gas removes guanine (G) from DNA.For developing embryos, exposure to mustardgas can cause serious deformities becauseguanine(1) stores the building blocks of proteins(2) supports the structure of ribosomes(3) produces energy for genetic transfer(4) is part of the genetic codeok i have... Asked by Bradford Hisman 1 year ago.

Mustard gas removes guanine (G) from DNA. For developing embryos, exposure to mustard gas can cause serious deformities because guanine (1) stores the building blocks of proteins (2) supports the structure of ribosomes (3) produces energy for genetic transfer (4) is part of the genetic code ok i have regents tomorrow but idk what guanine is and what it does Answered by Mirella Jutras 1 year ago.

Woot I passed this test with a 90(recieved my grade today) and the thing is, most of you guys are in 9th grade, Im only IN 7th GRADE I messed up on a few questions: 1)The windmill question- this is wrong right?-Lessens CO2 and produces oxygen. 2)The fourth Question about The human liver contains many specialized cells that secrete bile. Only these cells produce bile because I put 3 3)Number 8 bout Which sequence best represents the relationship between DNA and the traits of an organism? I put 3 4)The puppies shown in the photograph below are all from the same litter. I put the selective breeding answer 5)The question about Dolly -_- 6)33, Pituitary Glands question. 7)Identify one event that could result in the virus changing to a form able to spread from human to human, Was it mutation or reproduction? 8)And the Solvent Question, I had NI(No idea) about this one. Answered by Tonette Hollinghurst 1 year ago.

(4) DNA is made up of four subunits: A,T,C,G. These are essential to any one's general health, especially a baby's. Answered by Erik Mcburnett 1 year ago.


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