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flunitrazepam n.

flunitrazepam n.

A Sensitive Immunoassay for Flunitrazepam and Metabolites

Buprenorphine Alters Desmethylflunitrazepam Disposition and Flunitrazepam Toxicity in Rats

Urinary Detection Times and Excretion Patterns of Flunitrazepam and its Metabolites After A Single Oral Dose

Detection of Flunitrazepam and 7-Aminoflunitrazepam in Oral Fluid after Controlled Administration of Rohypnol®

Improved Screen and Confirmation Test of 7-Aminoflunitrazepam in Urine Specimens for Monitoring Flunitrazepam (Rohypnol) Exposure

GC-MS Determination of Flunitrazepam and its Major Metabolite in Whole Blood and Plasma

On-Line Immunoaffinity Extraction and HPLC Analysis of Flunitrazepam and Its Main Metabolites in Serum

Determination of Chronic Flunitrazepam Abuse by Hair Analysis using GC-MS-NCl

A Sensitive GC-MS Procedure for the Analysis of Flunitrazepam and its Metabolites in Urine

PT656. Prevalence and Clinical Correlates of Flunitrazepam-Related Complex Sleep Behaviors

Serum and Urine Concentrations of Flunitrazepam and Metabolites, after a Single Oral Dose, by Immunoassay and GC-MS

Highly Sensitive Micro-Plate Enzyme Immunoassay Screening and NCl-GC-MS Confirmation of Flunitrazepam and Its Major Metabolite 7-Aminoflunitrazepam in Hair*

Rapid Method for the Solid-Phase Extraction and GC-MS Analysis of Flunitrazepam and Its Major Metabolites in Urine

Simultaneous Quantification of Diazepam, Flunitrazepam and Metabolites in Reinforced Clostridial Medium by Liquid Chromatography–Tandem Mass Spectrometry

Flunitrazepam Excretion Patterns using the Abuscreen OnTrak and OnLine Immunoassays: Comparison with GC-MS


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A benzodiazepine used medically in some countries as a powerful hypnotic, sedative, and muscle relaxant. It was marketed in the US under the tradename Rohypnol. Flunitrazepam has become notorious as a so-called ‘date rape’ drug. It is quickly eliminated from the body, difficult to detect, and causes amnesia, so that victims cannot remember events that occur when under the influence of the drug.


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