I went to Mexico last year on a cruise, needed to get a refill on my hydrocodone 10’s. I gave the doctor my bottle and he wrote me a script for 200 pills. He copied in English directly from the info on my pill bottle. I took it to Costco, SAMs club, and even the major high dollar hospital in puerto vialarto, in every case they said 1. Script must be in Spanish.. 2. None of the pharmacys stock any narcotic pain meds because they are no longer made in Mexico and narcotic Meds are totally illegal! I met this JEWISH guy who lives in a Manson overlooking the sea, (thousands of Americans live there) he was kind enough to give me a ride to his personal doctor… Same story! Even the dentists only give you OTC pills after you have work. So, the only way out was to deal with tourist pharmacies who sell pills one at a time from hidden fake coke cans.. $30 each for hydro 30’s and you have no idea if this is rat poison or what! Mexico has NO pain pills on main st. I guess if you go in an alley and risk a dope rip off (life is worthless in Mexico) you can buy dummy placebos for your monthly pill counts.. To fool the doc that you don’t sell or take too many of your own pills. Vietnam, Hong Kong, Philippines and Cambodia I’m told sell narcotics only to tourists who have passports and valid prescriptions. And the disneyworld of Oxicodone India.
In 1891 Scottish chemist James Dewar was able to produce enough liquid oxygen for study.  The first commercially viable process for producing liquid oxygen was independently developed in 1895 by German engineer Carl von Linde and British engineer William Hampson. Both men lowered the temperature of air until it liquefied and then distilled the component gases by boiling them off one at a time and capturing them separately.  Later, in 1901, oxyacetylene welding was demonstrated for the first time by burning a mixture of acetylene and compressed O
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Scientists have started to distinguish functional RNA ( fRNA ) from ncRNA, to describe regions functional at the RNA level that may or may not be stand-alone RNA transcripts.    This implies that fRNA (such as riboswitches, SECIS elements, and other cis-regulatory regions) is not ncRNA. Yet fRNA could also include mRNA , as this is RNA coding for protein, and hence is functional. Additionally artificially evolved RNAs also fall under the fRNA umbrella term. Some publications  state that ncRNA and fRNA are nearly synonymous, however others have pointed out that a large proportion of annotated ncRNAs likely have no function.   It also has been suggested to simply use the term RNA , since the distinction from a protein coding RNA ( messenger RNA ) is already given by the qualifier mRNA .  This eliminates the ambiguity when addressing a gene "encoding a non-coding" RNA.