By Pui Sai Lau, Web Writer
With the prevalent misuse of amphetamine and its derivatives, drug testing is routinely performed in clinical and forensic laboratories. Effective testing requires high efficiency and reproducibility for analysis of complex, real samples. Hossein Ali Mashayekhi and colleagues from Islamic Azad University, Iran, have created a novel strategy to detect amphetamine and its related compounds in human urine by using ultrasound-assisted emulsification microextraction and gas chromatography. Find out more details by accessing the link below.
Simultaneous determination of amphetamine and related compounds in human urine using ultrasound-assisted emulsification microextraction and gas chromatography
Mohammad Rezaee, Hossein Ali Mashayekhi and Shirin Sadeghi Garmaroudi
Anal. Methods, 2012, Advance Article