Detection and quantification of cocaine metabolites in urine samples from horses administered cocaine.

Abstract

Cocaine is a naturally occurring alkaloid that is commonly abused by human-beings for its psychostimulatory effects. Occasionally, very small concentrations (i.e. <100 ng/mL) of the primary cocaine metabolite, benzoylecgonine (BZE) have been detected in urine collected from horses competing in athletic events. In this study urine samples, collected from… (More)

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@article{KolliasBaker2003DetectionAQ, title={Detection and quantification of cocaine metabolites in urine samples from horses administered cocaine.}, author={Cynthia Kollias-Baker and Lori R Maxwell and Scott D. Stanley and Timothy B Boone}, journal={Journal of veterinary pharmacology and therapeutics}, year={2003}, volume={26 6}, pages={429-34} }