MDAI


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AcronymDefinition
MDAIModeling Decisions for Artificial Intelligence (conference)
MDAI5,6-Methylenedioxy-2-Aminoindane
MDAIMarking Devices Association International
MDAIModerate Diffuse Axonal Injury (brain injury)
MDAIManitoba Darts Association, Inc. (Canada)
MDAIMuscular Dystrophy Association of India
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For example, when MDAI (methylenedioxy-2aminoindane) known as Sparkle (a granular, brownish powder) is snorted or bombed, it has an effect similar to ecstasy causing mood enhancement and hallucinations.
MDAI was developed as an anti-depressant in America and replicates the effects of ecstasy.
The suit, filed in April 1997, intended to force MDAI, its wholly owned subsidiary LySonix Inc.
Since theMephedrone ban, brought in last weekend, alternatives have already started to flood the market - sub coca dragon, likened to cocaine; naphyrone, a stimulant also known as NRG-1; and anti-depressant MDAI.
Naphyrone, sold as NRG1, is the latest to be banned and MDAI, a synthetic chemical, is expected to be next.
MDAI 2006, the third in this series of conferences, was held in Tarragona (Catalonia, Spain) from April 3-5.
MDAI, a substance which replicates the effects of ecstasy, is the next "legal high" in line to be banned.