Boatto, Gianpiero and Nieddu, Maria and Carta, Antonio and Pau, Amedeo and Palomba, Michele Francesco Luigi and Asproni, Battistina and Cerri, Riccardo (2005) Determination of amphetamine-derived designer drugs in human urine by SPE extraction and capillary electrophoresis with mass spectrometry detection. Journal of Chromatography B, Vol. 814 (1), p. 93-98. eISSN 1873-376X. Article.
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In recent years, the frequent appearance of phenethylamine designer drugs on the illicit drug market has been a matter of concern for all authorities involved. New phenethylamine drugs are being introduced because these compounds are not covered by existing legislation. Therefore, the new drugs cannot be considered illicit drugs until their names are officially recognized. This paper describes a method to screen for and quantify four 2,5-methylenedioxy-derivatives of 4-thio-phenethylamine (2C-T-series) in human plasma, using capillary electrophoresis coupled with electrospray ionisation-mass spectrometry (CE-ESI-MS). Prior to CE-MS analysis, a simple liquid extraction was used for sample cleanup. The method was validated according to international guidelines.
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