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Detection of heroin intake in patients in substitution treatment using oral fluid as specimen for drug testing.

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Summary of "Detection of heroin intake in patients in substitution treatment using oral fluid as specimen for drug testing."

Detection of heroin use is among the major tasks for drug testing and can be best performed by using 6-acetylmorphine as the target analyte. This study was performed to document analytical findings in oral fluid after OF heroin intake.

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Name: Drug and alcohol dependence
ISSN: 1879-0046
Pages: 136-139

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