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TBZ has transformed itself from a one-store family-owned business in 1864 to a professional organisation spearheaded by the fifth generation, expanding its presence and reach across India with 41 stores operating in 29 cities.
"TBZ is the vanguard of quality products, wherein we are constantly reinventing ourselves with focus on stunning design, and an impeccable craftsmanship; similarly with BJouleD we have created exquisite pieces in contemporary design bestowing an impression of a rare and everlasting grace" said Mr.
Eventually, he wished that he had never heard of her or her hospital, as he experienced the meaning of the phrase "living hell." The suggested treatment turned out to be yet another drug, tetrabenazine or TBZ. When the akathisia that it caused was at its worst, Cory said that if he had been handed a gun, he surely would have shot himself.
In the United States, MPP now has registrations to sell BIT, Bronopol, IPBC, and TBZ + OIT-based products, in addition to the existing portfolio.
Bayer Chemicals AG, Leverkusen, Germany, will take over the production of all the biocidal formulations based on thiabendazole (TBZ) and dibromodicyanobutane (DBDCB) that it acquired from Ondeo Nalco at the end of 2002, manufacturing them for the global market in Wellford, South Carolina, USA.
* Bayer Chemicals AG, Leverkusen, Germany, will assume production of all biocidal formulations based on thiabendazole (TBZ) and dibromodicyanobutane (DBDCB) that it acquired from Ondeo Nalco in 2002, and will manufacture them at its facility in Wellford, South Carolina.
In December of 2002, Bayer acquired from Ondeo Nalco the chemistry associated with two biocides--thiabendazole (TBZ) and dibromodicyanobutane (DBDCB).
Bayer acquired the EPA-registered active ingredient thiabendazole (TBZ) and dibromodicyanobutane.
TBZ, as it's known, is the only chemical fungicide registered for use on potatoes stored for human consumption.
5 The two fungicides considered were sodium o-phenylphenate (SOPP) and thiabendazole (TBZ), which are the two most commonly used postharvest fungicides in Florida grapefruit packinghouses (Love and Buzby 1993).