Dose-mortality bioassays were carried out to determine the lethal doses
of the neem oil Bioneem[R] (Bioneem, Aracuai--MG, Brazil) to adult females of P.
While acknowledging that some animal tests, such as the Lethal Dose
50 Percent (LD50) and the Maximum Tolerated Dose (MTD), may yield results that are statistically invalid and difficult to extrapolate to humans, he nevertheless concludes, "Though imperfect, in most tests the mouse ramains the best model for man."
A single intramuscular dose of GEO-LM01 protected 100% of normal mice challenged with a lethal dose
of ML29, a Mopeia/Lassa reassortant virus, delivered directly into the brain.
As he was given a lethal dose
of pentobarbital in America's first execution of the year, he said: "It really does burn.
Murray was found guilty of causing Jackson's death in 2009 from a lethal dose
of the anaesthetic propofol, and served almost two years behind bars, News.com.au reported.
The lethal dose
of mercury for humans is 0.1-0.2 grams.
Prosecutors say he acted with "gross negligence" and gave Jackson a lethal dose
of the sedative, which caused his death in June 2009 aged 50.
Some of these are: slow rate of absorption which prevents the insect's getting a lethal dose
of insecticide ...
"Once the prescription is written, the patient could be given the lethal dose
During the Drug Prevention Unit's (YKAN) investigation of Theodorou's death, information was received that lead police to believe the young woman had supplied the lethal dose
of heroin to the 22-year-old.
The nation's only law allowing terminally ill patients who meet strict guidelines to receive a prescription for a lethal dose
of medication has been under attack since the early days of the Bush administration.
On Monday, a court in Dijon rejected her request to be allowed to receive a lethal dose
of barbiturates under a doctor's supervision.