P Kintz et al.
Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis, 24(5-6), 1125-1130 (2001-03-15)
A sensitive, specific and reproducible method for the quantitative determination of nandrolone in human hair has been developed. The sample preparation involved a decontamination step of the hair with methylene chloride. The hair sample (about 100 mg) was solubilized in...
Pieter Van Renterghem et al.
Analytica chimica acta, 768, 41-48 (2013-03-12)
Due to their performance enhancing properties, use of anabolic steroids (e.g. testosterone, nandrolone, etc.) is banned in elite sports. Therefore, doping control laboratories accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) screen among others for these prohibited substances in urine. It...
J Segura et al.
Forensic science international, 107(1-3), 347-359 (2000-02-26)
Detection of anabolic steroids in hair samples has been possible only in fatal cases or in cases of high-continuous dosages. In order to verify the possibility of detecting an acute administration, a sensitive and specific assay has been developed for...
V Bricout et al.
European journal of applied physiology, 92(1-2), 1-12 (2004-03-26)
Norsteroids are xenobiotics with androgenic and anabolic properties known since as far back as the 1930s. In doping controls, the use of the banned xenobiotic norsteroids is detected in the competitor's urines by the measurement of norandrosterone (19-NA) and noretiocholanolone...
R M N Kohler et al.
British journal of sports medicine, 36(5), 325-329 (2002-09-28)
The aim of this review is to analyse the studies on nandrolone metabolism to determine if it is possible for an athlete to test positive for nandrolone without having ingested or injected nandrolone.