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Abstract Ultraviolet spectrophotometry is widely used for the analysis of theophylline in blood, for purposes of monitoring therapy, and for pharmacokinetic studies. Phenobarbital, a component of common oral theophylline preparations, interferes with assays now in use. The modification of the...
Abstract We assessed several methods of inorganic phosphate assay for their suitability in estimating phospholipids in digested extracts of amniotic fluids. The extraction and digestion procedures used for phospholipids from amniotic fluid were also examined critically. The effect of...
Abstract We compared the free-thyroxine index in normal adults and in euthyroid patients taking diphenylhydantoin. All subjects had normal serum thyrotropin concentrations. Serum thyroxine concentrations were determined by two commonly used competitive protein-binding assays, which yielded...
Abstract This report describes a radioimmunoassay for the simultaneous detection of morphine and barbiturates. Morphine and barbiturate antibodies, obtained from goats, were mixed with 125 I-labeled antigens. By adjusting concentrations of the morphine and barbiturate antibodies and radiolabeled...
Abstract This procedure positively identifies codeine and morphine in urine. Urine samples are hydrolyzed and extracted with organic solvent, and the extracts are evaporated and acetylated. The presence of codeine and morphine is ascertained by gas chromatography (3% OV-25 and 3% Poly-A 103...
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