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Fly larvae: a new toxicological method of investigation in forensic medicine.
- P. Kintz, B. Godelar, A. Tracqui, P. Mangin, A. A. Lugnier, A. Chaumont
- Journal of forensic sciences
Toxicological analyses on a putrefied cadaver are sometimes difficult to achieve because of the absence of blood and urine. In this study, maggots, living material, are proposed as a new medium of… Expand
Gas chromatographic identification and quantification of hydroxyzine: application in a fatal self-poisoning.
A method for the identification and quantification of hydroxyzine in human fluids by GC/NPD is presented. The method employs acepromazine as the internal standard and requires no derivatization.… Expand
Simultaneous determination of pethidine (meperidine), phenoperidine, and norpethidine (normeperidine), their common metabolite, by gas chromatography with selective nitrogen detection.
- P. Kintz, B. Godelar, P. Mangin, A. A. Lugnier, A. Chaumont
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Forensic science international
- 1 December 1989
This article describes a selective gas chromatographic method for the resolution and quantification of phenoperidine and its two metabolites, pethidine (meperidine) and norpethidine (normeperidine).… Expand
Identification and quantification of trihexyphenidyl and its hydroxylated metabolite by gas chromatography with nitrogen-phosphorus detection.
- P. Kintz, B. Godelar, P. Mangin, A. Chaumont, A. A. Lugnier
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of analytical toxicology
A sensitive and specific assay for the simultaneous quantification of trihexyphenidyl and its hydroxylated metabolite in plasma and urine is described. The method is based on the extraction of the… Expand
Etude toxicologique de la faune des cadavres: application aux larves de mouche
Interet des dosages de substances medicamenteuses dans les larves afin de determiner dans un cas defavorable cadavre putrefie les causes de la mort
Evaluation of the Rapidrog Cannabis noninstrumental immunoassay.
Procedures designed to detect cannabis use by analyzing urine samples for the presence of 11-nor-Ag-tetrahydrocannabino!-9-carboxylic acid (THCCOOH) are well-documented. The traditional approach is… Expand