F Musshoff et al.
International journal of legal medicine, 111(6), 305-308 (1998-11-24)
After a traffic accident a 32-year-old man was suspected of having previously taken an illegal drug. An immunochemical screening procedure revealed positive results for amphetamines in both urine and blood samples. The preliminary test was confirmed by GC/MS and both...
Brandy Greenhill et al.
Journal of analytical toxicology, 27(7), 479-484 (2003-11-11)
There are a several drugs that lead to the production of methamphetamine and/or amphetamine in the body which are subsequently excreted in the urine. These drugs raise obvious concerns when interpreting positive amphetamine drug testing results. Famprofazone is an analgesic...
Handbook of Analytical Chemistry, 6(7), 311-322 (2011)
A rapid screening LC?MS/MS method based on conventional HPLC pumps for the analysis of low molecular weight xenobiotics: application to doping control analysis
Mazzarino M, et al.
Drug Testing and Analysis, 2(7), 311-322 (2010)
H S Shin
Chirality, 9(1), 52-58 (1997-01-01)
Following administration of famprofazone to humans, the stereoselective metabolism from the drug to its known metabolites (+,-)-ephedrine, (+,-)-pseudoephedrine, (+,-)-norephedrine, (+,-)-norpseudoephedrine, (+,-)-p-hyroxyamphetamine, (+,-)-p-hydroxymethamphetamine, and (+,-)-p-hydroxynorephedrine was studied. The enantiomers of the metabolites were derivatized with alpha-methoxy-alpha -(trifluoromethyl)-phenylacetyl chloride (MPTA.Cl) as the...