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The gluten measurements were based on either a stool or urine sample.
CBS News' national security correspondent David Martin reports that evidence includes blood and urine samples provided by hospitals and medical workers, according to the source.
Blood and urine samples from victims of the attack have tested positive for chlorine and an unknown nerve agent, NBC News reports.
Symptoms include coughing up blood, blood in the urine, severe bloody noses, bleeding gums and internal bleeding.
Scientists already knew that mice avoid rat urine, a typical prey strategy.
Nitrogen measurements from urine samples help calculate a total picture of each participant’s resting metabolism.
Some pigments, like this popular Indian yellow, made from cow’s urine, offer a characteristic glow, Burrows explains.
The body oozes: thick urine, yellow shading into crimson along the foggy licorice-rope of a catheter.
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Origin and Etymology of urine
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
URINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of urine for English Language Learners
medical : waste liquid that collects in the bladder before leaving the body
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