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The vials, one partially used and four intact, originally contained 100 doses each.
U.S. marshals on Friday seized five vials of smallpox vaccine, including one that was partially used.
After the sorting, the mosquitoes go into vials filled with saline and a BB.
The vial containing the chemical agent was recovered and secured, Taylor said.
A vial of blood can be tested to see if people are carrying TB without showing symptoms.
In traditional medicine, however, the bile – which is sold both pure in small vials as well as an ingredient in other products – has been labeled a cure-all for everything from cancer to hangovers, National Geographic reports.
The juicer has five vials, and each is filled with different flavors of juice.
Mills Pharmacy sells naloxone in vials for $49 for two doses at all nine stores in the Birmingham area.
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: a very small glass or plastic container used for perfumes, medicines, etc.
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