Reuters – Chinese authorities are using the paper on which they are developing a test for Tet to assess the safety of its chemical compounds in a landmark paper published in the journal Nature.
The paper is an important step in China’s effort to develop a safe and efficient test that could ultimately be used to monitor the safety and effectiveness of some of its most toxic chemicals, including lead and cadmium, as well as a host of others.
The test paper was written by a team of scientists at the China Chemical Industry Institute (CCI) in Xi’an, a province on the southern edge of Shanghai, and was submitted to a scientific conference last year.
It has been accepted for publication by Nature Medicine, the world’s leading medical journal, which also publishes Nature Chemical Reviews, a peer-reviewed journal of synthetic biology and chemistry.
It will be published by Nature on Tuesday.
A team of researchers has already produced a test paper for the toxic compound lead, a chemical used in household cleaning products and a leading cause of cancer in the US.
In the latest report, the scientists tested a compound called lead-8.1, which is also used in cosmetics.
The compound has been linked to a number of human and animal illnesses, including leukemia and neurological disorders.
In 2014, a toxicologist at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore was unable to detect the lead-1 in the lead paper and later removed it from the paper.
But the new paper has shown that the compound has a very low affinity for the human liver.
The liver is a organ that can detoxify lead.
Leads are also known to affect the immune system and can damage the brain and nervous system.
Lead-8 and its cousin lead-3, which has been shown to cause cancer, have been linked in the latest study to a range of human health problems including asthma, stroke and developmental disorders, the journal reported.
Lead in a sample of China’s paper, which was tested in the laboratory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, was 0.1 per cent.
It was found to be slightly higher than the levels found in some of the most widely used tests in the world.
Lead from a sample that was tested for lead-6 was 0,05 per cent and 0,08 per cent, the report said.
Lead levels in the paper had been estimated at less than 1.5 per cent by the World Health Organization and by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
However, the researchers did not say what percentage of lead is found in the test paper.
Lead is the main constituent of lead-based paint, which accounts for more than half of the total use of lead in China, according to the paper, written by Li Zhijun, professor of chemical engineering at the National University of Singapore, and Wang Yan, professor and director of the Institute for Biological and Environmental Engineering at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
It is also one of the main ingredients in lead paint, and many Chinese cities, including Beijing, use it as a surface coating.
In an email, Wang said the paper is important because it will be the first time that Chinese authorities have been able to show that their new test is safe and effective for assessing the safety or effectiveness of a chemical compound.
“The new paper by China’s Chemical Industry Institutions provides a clear picture of how to achieve high safety levels of lead,” he said.