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Drug residue formation from ronidazole, a 5-nitroimidazole. VI. Lack of mutagenic activity of reduced metabolites and derivatives of ronidazole.
The potential toxicity of ronidazole residues present in the tissues of food-producing animals was assessed using the Ames mutagenicity test. Since ronidazole is activated by reduction, reducedExpand
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Use of Phase-Transfer Catalysis in Borohydride Reductions: Review and New Ideas
Developments of the (fine) chemical industry over the period 1975-1995 are discussed in terms of growth in volume and efficiency. In particular the major changes in the fine chemical industry throughExpand
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An experiment in the use of synthetic programs for system benchmarking
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Competitive computer system selection requires a tool for minimum performance measurement. Expand
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Experiences in COBOL compiler validation
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The Federal COBOL Compiler Testing Service (FCCTS) is an activity of the Software Development Division of the Department of the Navy, Automatic Data Processing Equipment Selection Office (ADPESO). Expand
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HYPO-COBOL -- A COBOL Subset for Minicomputers,
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The HYPO-COBOL language is a COBOL subset designed for implementation in mini-computer and time-sharing environments which impose resource limitations. Expand
COBOL - The 1980 standard, a preview
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It is quite reasonable to state that COBOL is the most widely used programming language in the world. Expand
HYPO-COBOL Compiler Validation System (HCCVS) - Population File (Tape) Release 1.0.
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HYPO-COBOL is a proper subset of the full American National Standard Programming Language COBOL as defined in ANSI X3.23-1974. Expand
An overview of the 1974 COBOL standard
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Since 1 July 1972, all COBOL compilers brought into the Federal Government have to be identified as implementing one of the levels of the Federal CO BOL Standard. Expand
The Standardization and Evolution of the COBOL Language
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This paper focuses on the rationale behind changes from the '68 to '74 COBOL Standard as well as highlighting the new features in the language. Expand