The potential use of hair in doping control in general and in the detection of stanozolol in particular

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Title translated into German:Der potentielle Nutzen der Haaranalyse fuer die Dopingkontrolle allgemein und im besonderen fuer den Nachweis von Stanozolol
Author:Boer, D. de; Hoeld, K.M.; Crouch, D.J.; Wilkins, D.G.; Rollins, D.E.; Maes, R.A.A.
Editor:Schänzer, Wilhelm; Geyer, Hans; Gotzmann, Andrea; Marek-Engelke, U.
Published in:Recent advances in doping analysis (5) : Proceedings of the Manfred Donike Workshop ; 15th Cologne Workshop on Dope Analysis ; 23rd to 28th February 1997
Published:Köln: Sport u. Buch Strauß (Verlag), 1998, 1998. S. 41-47, Lit., Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Compilation article
Media type: Print resource
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Identification number:PU199805301827

Author's abstract

The use of hair as biological specimen for Drugs-Of-Abuse (DOA) testing has been well established. Numerous scientific articles regarding this subject are still being published. A major advantage of using hair specimen for analysis is the long detection window in hair. As one objective in doping analysis is to increase the length of a detection window of particular doping agents, hair analysis may be of interest. The greatest improvements regarding detection windows in doping analysis up to now have been achieved by introducing more sophisticated analytical techniques. This report describes the potential to use hair as biological specimen in doping control. Verf.-Referat