Measurement of true salicylate concentrations in serum from patients with Reye's syndrome.

@article{Kang1983MeasurementOT,
  title={Measurement of true salicylate concentrations in serum from patients with Reye's syndrome.},
  author={E. Kang and T. A. Todd and M. T. Capaci and K. Schwenzer and J. Jabbour},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  year={1983},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={
          1012-4
        }
}
Patients with Reye's syndrome who have been given aspirin are said to maintain higher-than-anticipated salicylate concentrations in blood, for longer than expected. We explored whether this could be attributed to spurious results from nonsalicylate compounds in the Trinder reaction for salicylates. All of 63 organic acids and amines examined that form colored complexes with Trinder's reagent had detectable absorbance at 540 nm at 0.2 g/L, including some endogenous compounds known to be… Expand
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