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"Do Serco Patent Vaults Hold Defense Threat's Novichok Stock?"

"Northwestern University's Metal organic frameworks for the catalytic detoxification of chemical warfare nerve agents
Abstract
A method of using a metal organic framework (MOF) comprising a metal ion and an at least bidendate organic ligand to catalytically detoxify chemical warfare nerve agents including exposing the metal-organic-framework (MOF) to the chemical warfare nerve agent and catalytically decomposing the nerve agent with the MOF. …

This invention was made with government support under HDTRA1-10-1-0023 awarded by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency and DE-AC05-060R23100 (SubK No. 10-20903 DOE Oak Ridge, Tenn.) awarded by the Department of Energy. The government has certain rights in the invention. …

5. The method of claim 1, wherein the nerve agent comprises cyanogen chloride, hydrogen cyanide, ethyldichloroarsine (ED), methyldichloroarsine (MD), phenyldichloroarsine (PD), lewisite (L), sulfur mustard (HD, H, HT, HL, HQ), nitrogen mustard (NH1, NH2, NH3), Tabun (GA), Sarin (GB), Soman (GD), Cyclosarin (GF), GV, Methyl fluorophosphoryl homocholine iodid (MFPhCh), EA-3148, VE, VG, VM, VP, VR, VX, Novichok agents, phoshene oxime (CX), chlorine, chloropicrin (PS), phosgene (CG), diphosgene (DP), disulfur decafluoride, agent 15 (BZ), dimethylheptylpyran (DMHP), EA-3167, kolokol-1, LSD-25, PAVA spray, sleeping gas, pepper spray (OC), CS, CN, CR, and combinations thereof.

US20170128761A1
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Inventors: Joseph T. Hupp; Omar K. Farha; Michael J. Katz; Joseph E. Mondloch
Current Assignee: Northwestern University
Original Assignee: Northwestern University
Priority date: 2013-12-31
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Defense Threat's Novichok Stock?"

Source: RT News

UK, Slovakia, Sweden, Czech Republic among most probable sources of 'Novichok' – Moscow

March 17, 2018

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The substance used in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal may have originated from the countries studying the "Novichok" nerve agent, including the UK, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Sweden, the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

"The most likely source of origin of the toxin are the countries which have been carrying out intense research on the substances from the 'Novichok' program, approximately since the end of the 1990s until the present time, and this project is not the creation of Russia or the Soviet Union," Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Saturday. She listed the UK, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Sweden among the countries involved.

The US should also “be put under question," Zakharova said in an interview with the state broadcaster VGTRK.

"How did they come to the conclusion about a Russian 'footprint' if they didn't give us those samples? Logically they shouldn't have this substance. Which samples have they compared with to draw such a conclusion?" she went on. "Questions arise: then, they should have samples, which they conceal, or it is a lie from start to finish."

"If the UK prime minister and other British experts give the formula, then it will be clear which countries have been developing these agents," Zakharova said.

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