U.S. proposed rule: Technology export controls for automated peptide synthesizers
Proposed controls for automated peptide synthesizers
U.S. proposed controls for automated peptide synthesizers
The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) of the U.S. Department of Commerce today released for publication in the Federal Register a proposed rule concerning certain instruments for the automated synthesis of peptides identified by BIS as a Section 1758 emerging and foundational technology.
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- BIS maintains controls on the export, reexport and transfer (in-country) of dual-use items and less sensitive military items pursuant to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
- Certain instruments for the automated synthesis of peptides (automated peptide synthesizers) have been identified by BIS as a Section 1758 emerging and foundational technology.
- BIS is proposing controls for these automated peptide synthesizers, and seeking public comments on the proposed controls.
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