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Practical experiences in application of hair fatty acid ethyl esters and ethyl glucuronide for detection of chronic alcohol abuse in forensic cases.
Trace analysis for cis-platinum anti-cancer drugs via LCEC.
- I. Krull, X. D. Ding, S. Braverman, C. Selavka, F. Hochberg, L. Sternson
- ChemistryJournal of chromatographic science
- 1 April 1983
The final methods of LCEC analysis have now been applied to a variety of stability studies with all three Pt drugs, in water, plasma, and saline infusion solutions, suggesting that these LCEC methods are directly applicable and amenable to "real world" clinical settings and cancer-patient samples.
Determination of fentanyl in hair: the case of the crooked criminalist.
To the best of the authors' knowledge, this is the first report of the forensic analysis of hair for drugs of abuse in which the technology was used to identify an individual as a chronic fentanyl abuser.
Do Forensic Science Graduate Programs Fulfill the Needs of the Forensic Science Community
The results indicate that graduate degree programs are generally well-focused, but that many managers do not require such training background for applicants, and that funding and release time should be increased to allow for greater efforts and better research.
The Trace Analysis for Explosives and Related Compounds Via High Performance Liquid Chromatography-Photolysis-Electrochemical Detection
Organic nitro compounds, such as explosives, are amenable to high performance liquid chromatographic (HPLC) analysis with a variety of appropriate, selective or general, detectors. Although such…
Fatty acid ethyl ester concentrations in hair and self-reported alcohol consumption in 644 cases from different origin.
Poppy seed ingestion as a contributing factor to opiate-positive urinalysis results: the Pacific perspective.
- C. Selavka
- BiologyJournal of forensic sciences
- 1 May 1991
Findings argue against the unqualified application of previously published quantitative guidelines for eliminating poppy seed ingestion as a possible cause for a positive opiate urinalysis result.
Explosives and other Nitro Compounds Determined By Liquid Chromatography with Photolysis-Electrochemical Detection
Post-column photolysis has long been used in HPLC to confer UV or fluorescence detectability, but very little has been described for electrochemical detection (LCEC) [1—3]. A commercial…
Derivatization and Post-Column Reactions for Improved Detection in Liquid Chromatography/Electrochemistry
Abstract A summary Is provided of most of Che reported derlvatizations that have been used for improved analyte detection in liquid chromatography with electrochemical detection (LCEC). These…