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Opioid Analgesics: Chemistry and Receptors
1. Introduction.- 2. 4,5-Epoxymorphinans.- 3. Morphinans.- 4. Benzomorphans.- 5. Arylmorphans and Related Compounds.- 6. Pethidine and Related 4-Phenylpiperidine Analgesics.- 7. Further AnalgesicsExpand
A high-performance liquid chromatographic method for the determination and control of the composition of gentamicin sulphate
Abstract A high-performance liquid chromatographic method for routine control of the composition of gentamicin sulphate is described. The method utilizes pre-column derivatization followed byExpand
Epoxides from paracetamol - a possible explanation for paracetamol toxicity.
Opioid Analgesics
Studies on the mechanism of microbial N-demethylation of codeine by cell-free extracts of Cunninghamella bainieri
Abstract Cell-free extracts have been prepared from the fungus Cunninghamella bainieri which retain high levels of N -demethylase activity against codeine and other drug molecules. ExtractionExpand
MUTAGENICITY OF NN‐DIALKYLAMINOALKYL CHLORIDES
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This work investigates the correlation between mutagenicity and the ability to form the aziridinim ion in a series of NN-Dialkylaminoalkyl chlorides. Expand
DETERMINATION OF SIX NON‐STEROIDAL ANTI‐INFLAMMATORY AGENTS IN PLASMA AND URINE BY HPLC
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The de te rmina t ion o f ant i inf lammatory agents c u r r r e n t l y i n use a t t h e Royal Nat iona l Hospi ta l f o r Rheumatic Diseases, Bath, U.K. Expand
The effects of column packing material and inorganic cations on the separation of fluorescent O-phthalaldehyde derivatives of gentamicin by high-performance liquid chromatography
Abstract Reported differences in the order of elution of fluorescent o-phthalaldehyde derivatives of gentamicins C1, C1a and C2 on apparently similar reversed-phase HPLC systems are explained. TheExpand
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