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L-typtophan investigation

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plans to re-test samples of L-tryptophan associated with the outbreak of eosinophilia myalgia syndrome with a new technique, "atmospheric pressure ionization mass spectrometry." CDC has already used the technique to identify a compound that caused an outbreak of toxic oil syndrome in Spain in the early 1980s and is hoping to identify a similar compound in the tryptophan samples that may have caused EMS
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