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Comparative investigations of acetone precipitation and ultrafiltration as methods of preparing blood samples for the detection of common drugs of abuse using emit ets and fpia adx immunoassays



Comparative investigations of acetone precipitation and ultrafiltration as methods of preparing blood samples for the detection of common drugs of abuse using emit ets and fpia adx immunoassays



Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology 344(SUPPL 2): R118




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