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The Analysis of Cannabinoids in Biological Fluids

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 42 [Printed in 1982]

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Marvin Snyder

Introduction and Overview-----1
Richard L. Hawks

The Use of High-Pressure Liquid Chromatography with Electrochemical Detection for the Assay of Nantradol and its Application to -Tetrahydrocannabinol-----7
Richard M. Shepard and George M. Milne

Radioimmunoassays for Cannabinoids-----19
C. E. Cook, H. H. Seltzman, V. H. Schindler, C. R. Tallent, K. M. Chin, and C. G. Pitt

Radioimmunoanalysis of Delta-9-THC in Blood by Means of an 125I Tracer-----33
S. M. Owens, A. J. McBay, and H. M. Reisner

Significant Developments in Radioimmune Methods Applied to -THC and its 9-Substituted Metabolites-----44
J. R. Soares, J. D. Grant, and S. J. Gross

Combined High-Performance Liquid Chromatography and Radioimmunoassay Method for the Analysis of Tetrahydrocannabinol and its Metabolites in Plasma and Urine-----56
Anthony C. Moffat, Peter L. Williams, and Laurence J. King

An EMIT Assay for Cannabinoid Metabolites in Urine-----69
M. J. deLaurentis, K. McNeil, A. J. Mann, S. Clark, and Helena M. Greenwood

Laboratory Evaluation of Immunoassay Kits for the Detection of Cannabinoids in Biological Fluids-----85
Michael A. Peat, Bryan S. Finkle, and Mary E. Deyman

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