Caffeine in saliva after peroral intake: early sample collection as a possible source of error.

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The influence of collection time on the correlation of caffeine concentrations in saliva and serum was examined in six healthy adults after peroral administration of 5 mg/kg caffeine citrate. Saliva was obtained from three different salivary glands (sublingual, right parotid, and left parotid) and evaluated separately. Caffeine concentrations in saliva and… (More)

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@article{Biederbick1997CaffeineIS, title={Caffeine in saliva after peroral intake: early sample collection as a possible source of error.}, author={Walter Biederbick and Giuseppe Joseph and Andreas Rump and Martin Theisohn and W. Klaus}, journal={Therapeutic drug monitoring}, year={1997}, volume={19 5}, pages={521-4} }