|Marquis:The Marquis Test is a reagent field test conducted by placing a drop of reagent liquid onto a small sample of the material being tested. The chemicals in the reagent react differently with different chemicals, turning a variety of colors based on the what is in the material being tested.||Brown|
|Mecke:As with the Marquis Test, The Mecke Test is a reagent field test conducted by placing a drop of liquid reagent onto a sample of the material in question. Mecke reagent is primarily used for the identification of heroin and other opiates.||Yellow|
|GC/MS:The GC/MS Lab Test|
|Test Date:||Oct 15, 2012|
|Pub. Date:||Oct 15, 2012|
|Src Location:||Los Angeles, CA|
|Submitter Loc:||Los Angeles, CA
|Color:||Off White / White|
|Data Source:||DrugsData (EcstasyData)|
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Broken capsule in baggie. We've never seen UR-144 before. Match was based on library match only by the lab and is not 100% confirmed. UR-144 (aka MCP-018, KM-X1, UR-144, MN-001, YX-17) is a cannabinoid receptor agonist, meaning its effects probably share some similarities with those of cannabis, but we have no reports of the use of UR-144.