M-CAT

AcronymDefinition
M-CATMyocyte-Specific Chloramphenicol Acetyltransferase
References in periodicals archive ?
Lauren said she had been drinking Mad Dog 20/20 wine and had taken some M-CAT at Ibrox during the game.
She said she, Helen and others took M-CAT in the pub, which is popular among Rangers fans.
When asked by Penman, prosecuting, if Smith had sold Helen the M-CAT they had been taking, Lauren replied: "That's what she told me.
Among the tested primers, E-ACT x M-CTG, E-ACT x M-CTT, E-AAC x M-CAA, E-AAC x M-CAC, E-AAC x M-CAG and E-AAC x M-CAT were important combinations for either germplasm screening, landrace accessions, inbred lines and other studies like genetic mapping and molecular assisted selection.
The 30-year-old also pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply a Class B drug, mephedrone - also known as M-CAT or meow meow - on the same date.
The outcry over the drug, also known as "bubbles", "miaow miaow" or M-CAT, comes after the deaths of Louis Wainwright, 18, and Nicholas Smith, 19, in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, were linked to it.
Smith told officers he had taken some M-CAT and alcohol for "Dutch courage" but said he knew there was no-one in the property when it went up in flames.
He asked the 21-year-old male to get him some M-CAT, a stimulant also known as Meow Meow or mephedrone, but was told there was none.