DMAADisease Management Association of America
DMAADimethylacetamide (solvent)
DMAADiscrete Mathematics, Algorithms and Applications (journal; World Scientific Publishing Company)
DMAADistal Metatarsal Articular Angle (radiology)
DMAADragon Martial Arts Association (UK)
DMAADirect Mail Advertising Association
DMAADorn Method Academy Australia
DMAADuty Master-at-Arms (US DoD)
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DMAA has been used to increase muscle mass, promote weight loss, and improve physical performance; it's also been used as a recreational drug.
Beaumont-Jacques testified at her deposition, personally destroying her case, that when she signed the DMAA, she understood she was an independent contractor and so did the Farmers Group.
35) United States Food and Drug Administration, "FDA Challenges Marketing of DMAA Products for Lack of Safety Advice," April 27, 2012, available at http://www.
In a narrative verdict, he ruled: "She had taken a supplement containing DMAA which on the balance of probabilities in combination with extreme physical exertion caused acute cardiac failure which resulted in her death.
She had taken a supplement containing DMAA which, on the balance of probabilities, in combination with extreme physical exertion, caused acute cardiac failure, which resulted in her death.
The MHRA has ruled that Jack3D is an unlicensed medicinal product and that all other products containing DMAA need to be removed from the market to protect public safety.
The Department of Defense has implemented a temporary moratorium on the sale of products containing DMAA within military facilities.
In the "closed" system, DMAE was characterized as a major decomposition product and DMAA was observed as another main component.
Other new drugs are understood to include DMAA, MDAI and 2DPMP - all of which are sold online as research chemicals, but are promoted by many as an alternative to cocaine.
The DMAA is also known as MT articular orientation or proximal articular set angle (PASA).
AMHC uses these methods and those proposed by the DMAA 2004 Consensus Guidelines on Measurement to accurately report outcomes.
However, the two major metabolites of arsenics, DMAA (dimethylarsinic acid) and MMAA (monomethylarsinic acid), have been evaluated, and both have been shown to cause or promote cancer in rodents (28-32).