Trace contamination of over-the-counter androstenedione and positive urine test results for a nandrolone metabolite.

@article{Catlin2000TraceCO,
  title={Trace contamination of over-the-counter androstenedione and positive urine test results for a nandrolone metabolite.},
  author={Daniel H. Catlin and Benjamin Z. Leder and Brian D. Ahrens and Boro Starcevic and Caroline K. Hatton and Gary Alan Green and Joel S. Finkelstein},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={2000},
  volume={284 20},
  pages={
          2618-21
        }
}
CONTEXT Several anabolic steroids are sold over-the-counter (OTC) in the United States, and their production is not regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration. Reports have suggested that use of these supplements can cause positive urine test results for metabolites of the prohibited steroid nandrolone. OBJECTIVES To assess the content and purity of OTC androstenedione and to determine if androstenedione and 19-norandrostenedione administration causes positive urine test results for 19… CONTINUE READING
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