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Analysis of Psilocin, Bufotenine and LSD in Hair

Blood, Urine, and Hair Kinetic Analysis Following an Acute Lead Intoxication

Considerations on the Utility of Hair Analysis for Cocaine

Determination of Trimeprazine-Facilitated Sedation in Children by Hair Analysis

Ephedrine Abuse for Doping Purposes as Demonstrated by Hair Analysis

Evaluation of Cocaine Use During Pregnancy through Toxicological Analysis of Hair*

Hair analysis as an indicator of exposure to uranium

Hair Analysis for Drugs of Abuse XVI. Disposition of Fenethylline and its Metabolite into Hair and Discrimination between Fenethylline Use and Amphetamine Use by Hair Analysis

Hair Analysis for Cocaine: The Requirement for Effective Wash Procedures and Effects of Drug Concentration and Hair Porosity in Contamination and Decontamination

Hair Analysis for Drugs of Abuse XII. Determination of PCP and Its Major Metabolites, PCHP and PPC, in Rat Hair after Administration of PCP*

Hair Analysis for Drugs of Abuse XVII. Simultaneous Detection of PCP, PCHP, and PCPdiol in Human Hair for Confirmation of PCP Use

Breast Cancer Screening Using Small-Angle X-ray Scattering Analysis of Human Hair

Simultaneous Detection and Quantitation of Morphine, 6-Acetylmorphine, and Cocaine in Toenails: Comparison with Hair Analysis

Evaluation of Ketamine Abuse Using Hair Analysis: Concentration Trends in a Singapore Population

Hair Analysis by LC-MS as Evidence of Nalbuphine Abuse by a Nurse

Segmental Ion Spray LC-MS-MS Analysis of Benzodiazepines in Hair of Psychiatric Patients

 

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Two forms of analysis can be conducted on hair. 1. Spectroscopy and chemical analysis can detect certain kinds of metallic poisoning, notably arsenic, as readers of detective fiction know. 2. DNA analysis to identify individuals is possible if roots of hair are available. Both forms may fall within the purview of specialists in forensic medicine. Hair “analysis” is sometimes used in drug screening and is also a feature of several varieties of quackery.

1. Spectroscopy and chemical analysis can detect certain kinds of metallic poisoning, notably arsenic, as readers of detective fiction know. 2. DNA analysis to identify individuals is possible if roots of hair are available. Both forms may fall within the purview of specialists in forensic medicine. Hair “analysis” is sometimes used in drug screening and is also a feature of several varieties of quackery.

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