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1. Development and application of a multi-component LC-MS/MS method for determination of designer benzodiazepines in urine.
Author(s) Pettersson Bergstrand M, Helander A, Beck O
Citation: Journal of chromatography. B, Analytical technologies in the biomedical and life sciences, 01 November 2016(104-110), 1570-0232
Publication Date: 01 November 2016
Source: PubMed

2. Poly(N-vinylcarbazole-co-divinylbenzene) monolith microextraction coupled to liquid chromatography-high resolution Orbitrap mass spectrometry to analyse benzodiazepines in beer and urine.
Author(s) Yao W, Fan Z, Zhang S
Citation: Journal of chromatography. A, 23 September 2016(55-62), 0021-9673
Publication Date: 23 September 2016
Source: PubMed

3. Rapid screening for drugs of abuse in biological fluids by ultra high performance liquid chromatography/Orbitrap mass spectrometry.
Author(s) Jagerdeo E, Schaff JE
Citation: Journal of chromatography. B, Analytical technologies in the biomedical and life sciences, 01 August 2016(11-8), 1570-0232
Publication Date: 01 August 2016
Source: PubMed

4. The CYTONOX trial.
Author(s) Gade C, Mikus G, Christensen HR, Dalhoff KP, Holm JC, Holst H
Citation: Danish medical journal, May 2016, vol./is. 63/5,
Publication Date: May 2016
Source: PubMed

5. Comparison of LC-MS-MS and GC-MS Analysis of Benzodiazepine Compounds Included in the Drug Demand Reduction Urinalysis Program.
Author(s) Perez ER, Knapp JA, Horn CK, Stillman SL, Evans JE, Arfsten DP
Citation: Journal of analytical toxicology, April 2016, vol./is. 40/3(201-7), 0146-4760
Publication Date: April 2016
Source: PubMed

6. Embutramide, a Component of Tanax(®) (T-61) as a New Drug of Abuse?
Author(s) Lajtai A, Mayer M, Lakatos Á, Porpáczy Z, Miseta A
Citation: Journal of forensic sciences, March 2016, vol./is. 61/2(573-5), 0022-1198
Publication Date: March 2016
Source: PubMed

7. Flubromazolam--A new life-threatening designer benzodiazepine.
Author(s) Łukasik-Głębocka M, Sommerfeld K, Teżyk A, Zielińska-Psuja B, Panieński P, Żaba C
Citation: Clinical toxicology (Philadelphia, Pa.), 2016, vol./is. 54/1(66-8), 1556-3650
Publication Date: 2016
Source: PubMed

8. Preconcentration and determination of chlordiazepoxide and diazepam drugs using dispersive nanomaterial-ultrasound assisted microextraction method followed by high performance liquid chromatography.
Author(s) Pebdani AA, Khodadoust S, Talebianpoor MS, Zargar HR, Zarezade V
Citation: Journal of chromatography. B, Analytical technologies in the biomedical and life sciences, 01 January 2016(146-55), 1570-0232
Publication Date: 01 January 2016
Source: PubMed

9. Using Client's Routine Urinalysis Records From Multiple Treatment Systems to Model Five-Year Opioid Substitution Treatment Outcomes.
Author(s) Comiskey CM, Snel A
Citation: Substance use & misuse, 2016, vol./is. 51/4(498-507), 1082-6084
Publication Date: 2016
Source: PubMed

10. Rapid determination of benzodiazepines, zolpidem and their metabolites in urine using direct injection liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry.
Author(s) Jeong YD, Kim MK, Suh SI, In MK, Kim JY, Paeng KJ
Citation: Forensic science international, December 2015(84-92), 0379-0738
Publication Date: December 2015
Source: PubMed
Available in fulltext from Forensic Science International at ProQuest

11. Low Doses of Ethanol Enhance LTD-like Plasticity in Human Motor Cortex.
Author(s) Fuhl A, Müller-Dahlhaus F, Lücke C, Toennes SW, Ziemann U
Citation: Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, December 2015, vol./is. 40/13(2969-80), 0893-133X
Publication Date: December 2015
Source: PubMed
Available in fulltext from Neuropsychopharmacology at National Library of Medicine
Available in fulltext from Neuropsychopharmacology at ProQuest

12. The application of supported liquid extraction in the analysis of benzodiazepines using surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy.
Author(s) Doctor EL, McCord B
Citation: Talanta, 01 November 2015(938-43), 0039-9140
Publication Date: 01 November 2015
Source: PubMed

13. Analysis of phenazepam and 3-hydroxyphenazepam in post-mortem fluids and tissues.
Author(s) Crichton ML, Shenton CF, Drummond G, Beer LJ, Seetohul LN, Maskell PD
Citation: Drug testing and analysis, October 2015, vol./is. 7/10(926-36), 1942-7603
Publication Date: October 2015
Source: PubMed

14. [Uniform analyzes of drugs in urine needed for rule of law].
Author(s) Hansson T, Helander A, Beck O, Elmgren A, Kugelberg F, Kronstrand R
Citation: Lakartidningen, 22 September 2015, 0023-7205
Publication Date: 22 September 2015
Source: PubMed

15. Analytical methodologies for the determination of benzodiazepines in biological samples.
Author(s) Persona K, Madej K, Knihnicki P, Piekoszewski W
Citation: Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis, 10 September 2015(239-64), 0731-7085
Publication Date: 10 September 2015
Source: PubMed

16. Urine testing for antipsychotics: a pilot trial for a method to determine detection levels.
Author(s) Miller J, Wehring H, McMahon RP, DiPaula BA, Love RC, Morris AA, Raley H, Feldman S, Kelly DL
Citation: Human psychopharmacology, September 2015, vol./is. 30/5(350-5), 0885-6222
Publication Date: September 2015
Source: PubMed

17. Detection Times of Diazepam, Clonazepam, and Alprazolam in Oral Fluid Collected From Patients Admitted to Detoxification, After High and Repeated Drug Intake.
Author(s) Nordal K, Øiestad EL, Enger A, Christophersen AS, Vindenes V
Citation: Therapeutic drug monitoring, August 2015, vol./is. 37/4(451-60), 0163-4356
Publication Date: August 2015
Source: PubMed

18. Simultaneous Separation of Eight Benzodiazepines in Human Urine Using Field-Amplified Sample Stacking Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography.
Author(s) Oledzka I, Kulińska Z, Prahl A, Baczek T
Citation: Journal of analytical toxicology, July 2015, vol./is. 39/6(436-43), 0146-4760
Publication Date: July 2015
Source: PubMed
Available in fulltext from Journal of Analytical Toxicology at National Library of Medicine
Available in fulltext from Journal of Analytical Toxicology at Highwire Press

19. Determination of co-administrated opioids and benzodiazepines in urine using column-switching solid-phase extraction and liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry.
Author(s) Xiong L, Wang R, Liang C, Teng X, Jiang F, Zeng L, Ye H, Ni C, Yuan X, Rao Y, Zhang Y
Citation: Journal of chromatography. A, 22 May 2015(99-108), 0021-9673
Publication Date: 22 May 2015
Source: PubMed

20. Comparison between drug screening by immunoassay and ultra-high performance liquid chromatography/high-resolution time-of-flight mass spectrometry in post-mortem urine.
Author(s) Sundström M, Pelander A, Ojanperä I
Citation: Drug testing and analysis, May 2015, vol./is. 7/5(420-7), 1942-7603
Publication Date: May 2015
Source: PubMed

21. Benzodiazepine in a urine specimen without drug metabolites.
Author(s) Kampfrath T, Peng P, Vairavan V, Lee D
Citation: Laboratory medicine, March 2015, vol./is. 46/2(164-7), 0007-5027
Publication Date: March 2015
Source: PubMed
Available in fulltext from Labmedicine at ProQuest

22. [PMIM]Br@TiO2 nanocomposite reinforced hollow fiber solid/liquid phase microextraction: an effective extraction technique for measurement of benzodiazepines in hair, urine and wastewater samples combined with high-performance liquid chromatography.
Author(s) Es'haghi Z, Nezhadali A, Bahar S, Bohlooli S, Banaei A
Citation: Journal of chromatography. B, Analytical technologies in the biomedical and life sciences, 01 February 2015(55-64), 1570-0232
Publication Date: 01 February 2015
Source: PubMed

23. Calibration of pre-equilibrium HF-LPME and its application to the rapid determination of free analytes in biological fluids.
Author(s) Xu B, Chen M, Hou J, Chen X, Zhang X, Cui S
Citation: Journal of chromatography. B, Analytical technologies in the biomedical and life sciences, 01 February 2015(28-33), 1570-0232
Publication Date: 01 February 2015
Source: PubMed

24. Limitations of EMIT benzodiazepine immunoassay for monitoring compliance of patients with benzodiazepine therapy even after hydrolyzing glucuronide metabolites in urine to increase cross-reactivity: comparison of immunoassay results with LC-MS/MS values.
Author(s) Dixon RB, Floyd D, Dasgupta A
Citation: Therapeutic drug monitoring, February 2015, vol./is. 37/1(137-9), 0163-4356
Publication Date: February 2015
Source: PubMed

25. Determination of low levels of benzodiazepines and their metabolites in urine by hollow-fiber liquid-phase microextraction (LPME) and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS).
Author(s) de Bairros AV, de Almeida RM, Pantaleão L, Barcellos T, e Silva SM, Yonamine M
Citation: Journal of chromatography. B, Analytical technologies in the biomedical and life sciences, 15 January 2015(24-33), 1570-0232
Publication Date: 15 January 2015
Source: PubMed

26. Immunoassay in healthcare testing applications.
Author(s) DePriest AZ, Black DL, Robert TA
Citation: Journal of opioid management, January 2015, vol./is. 11/1(13-25), 1551-7489
Publication Date: January 2015
Source: PubMed

27. Psychiatric Comorbidity and Substance Use Outcomes in an Office-Based Buprenorphine Program Six Months Following Hurricane Sandy.
Author(s) Tofighi B, Grossman E, Goldfeld KS, Williams AR, Rotrosen J, Lee JD
Citation: Substance use & misuse, 2015, vol./is. 50/12(1571-8), 1082-6084
Publication Date: 2015
Source: PubMed

28. Out of the frying pan, into the fire: a case of heat shock and its fatal complications.
Author(s) Allen SB, Cross KP
Citation: Pediatric emergency care, December 2014, vol./is. 30/12(904-10), 0749-5161
Publication Date: December 2014
Source: PubMed

29. Solid-phase dispersive extraction method for analysis of benzodiazepine drugs in serum and urine samples.
Author(s) Saito K, Kikuchi Y, Saito R
Citation: Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis, November 2014(28-32), 0731-7085
Publication Date: November 2014
Source: PubMed

30. Laboratory and clinical evaluation of on-site urine drug testing.
Author(s) Beck O, Carlsson S, Tusic M, Olsson R, Franzen L, Hulten P
Citation: Scandinavian journal of clinical and laboratory investigation, November 2014, vol./is. 74/8(681-6), 0036-5513
Publication Date: November 2014
Source: PubMed

31. A mixed MDPV and benzodiazepine intoxication in a chronic drug abuser: determination of MDPV metabolites by LC-HRMS and discussion of the case.
Author(s) Bertol E, Mari F, Boscolo Berto R, Mannaioni G, Vaiano F, Favretto D
Citation: Forensic science international, October 2014(149-55), 0379-0738
Publication Date: October 2014
Source: PubMed
Available in fulltext from Forensic Science International at ProQuest

32. Rapid enzymatic hydrolysis using a novel recombinant β-glucuronidase in benzodiazepine urinalysis.
Author(s) Morris AA, Chester SA, Strickland EC, McIntire GL
Citation: Journal of analytical toxicology, October 2014, vol./is. 38/8(610-4), 0146-4760
Publication Date: October 2014
Source: PubMed
Available in fulltext from Journal of Analytical Toxicology at National Library of Medicine
Available in fulltext from Journal of Analytical Toxicology at Highwire Press

33. Benzodiazepines and workplace safety: an examination of postaccident urine drug tests.
Author(s) Price JW
Citation: Journal of addiction medicine, September 2014, vol./is. 8/5(333-7), 1932-0620
Publication Date: September 2014
Source: PubMed

34. Severity and interference of chronic pain in methadone-maintained outpatients.
Author(s) Dunn KE, Brooner RK, Clark MR
Citation: Pain medicine (Malden, Mass.), September 2014, vol./is. 15/9(1540-8), 1526-2375
Publication Date: September 2014
Source: PubMed

35. Development and validation of a liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) procedure for screening of urine specimens for 100 analytes relevant in drug-facilitated crime (DFC).
Author(s) Remane D, Wetzel D, Peters FT
Citation: Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry, July 2014, vol./is. 406/18(4411-24), 1618-2642
Publication Date: July 2014
Source: PubMed

36. Comprehensive automation of the solid phase extraction gas chromatographic mass spectrometric analysis (SPE-GC/MS) of opioids, cocaine, and metabolites from serum and other matrices.
Author(s) Lerch O, Temme O, Daldrup T
Citation: Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry, July 2014, vol./is. 406/18(4443-51), 1618-2642
Publication Date: July 2014
Source: PubMed

37. The complex clinical picture of benzodiazepine misuse.
Author(s) Bharadwaj RS
Citation: General hospital psychiatry, July 2014, vol./is. 36/4(e5-6), 0163-8343
Publication Date: July 2014
Source: PubMed

38. KIMS, CEDIA, and HS-CEDIA immunoassays are inadequately sensitive for detection of benzodiazepines in urine from patients treated for chronic pain.
Author(s) Darragh A, Snyder ML, Ptolemy AS, Melanson S
Citation: Pain physician, July 2014, vol./is. 17/4(359-66), 1533-3159
Publication Date: July 2014
Source: PubMed

39. Signal enhancement of glucuronide conjugates in LC-MS/MS by derivatization with the phosphonium propylamine cation tris(trimethoxyphenyl) phosphonium propylamine, for forensic purposes.
Author(s) Turfus SC, Halket JM, Parkin MC, Cowan DA, Braithwaite RA, Kicman AT
Citation: Drug testing and analysis, May 2014, vol./is. 6/5(500-5), 1942-7603
Publication Date: May 2014
Source: PubMed

40. Urinary diazepam metabolite distribution in a chronic pain population.
Author(s) Luk S, Atayee RS, Ma JD, Best BM
Citation: Journal of analytical toxicology, April 2014, vol./is. 38/3(135-42), 0146-4760
Publication Date: April 2014
Source: PubMed
Available in fulltext from Journal of Analytical Toxicology at National Library of Medicine
Available in fulltext from Journal of Analytical Toxicology at Highwire Press

41. Evaluation of abalone β-glucuronidase substitution in current urine hydrolysis procedures.
Author(s) Malik-Wolf B, Vorce S, Holler J, Bosy T
Citation: Journal of analytical toxicology, April 2014, vol./is. 38/3(171-6), 0146-4760
Publication Date: April 2014
Source: PubMed
Available in fulltext from Journal of Analytical Toxicology at National Library of Medicine
Available in fulltext from Journal of Analytical Toxicology at Highwire Press

42. [Cross-reactivity of Instant-View M-1 for detection of benzodiazepine-related drugs and their metabolites in urine].
Author(s) Torikoshi A, Namera A, Arima Y, Toubou H, Tajima T, Shiraishi H, Nagao M
Citation: Chudoku kenkyu : Chudoku Kenkyukai jun kikanshi = The Japanese journal of toxicology, March 2014, vol./is. 27/1(33-8), 0914-3777
Publication Date: March 2014
Source: PubMed

43. Selective extraction of clonazepam from human plasma and urine samples by molecularly imprinted polymeric beads.
Author(s) Panahi HA, Mehramizi A, Ghassemi S, Moniri E
Citation: Journal of separation science, March 2014, vol./is. 37/6(691-5), 1615-9306
Publication Date: March 2014
Source: PubMed

44. SPE coupled with dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction followed by GC with flame ionization detection for the determination of ultra-trace amounts of benzodiazepines.
Author(s) Ghobadi M, Yamini Y, Ebrahimpour B
Citation: Journal of separation science, February 2014, vol./is. 37/3(287-94), 1615-9306
Publication Date: February 2014
Source: PubMed

45. Using a postcolumn-infused internal standard for correcting the matrix effects of urine specimens in liquid chromatography-electrospray ionization mass spectrometry.
Author(s) Liao HW, Chen GY, Tsai IL, Kuo CH
Citation: Journal of chromatography. A, 31 January 2014(97-104), 0021-9673
Publication Date: 31 January 2014
Source: PubMed

46. A new chemiluminescence method for determination of clonazepam and diazepam based on 1-Ethyl-3-Methylimidazolium Ethylsulfate/copper as catalyst.
Author(s) Chaichi MJ, Alijanpour SO
Citation: Spectrochimica acta. Part A, Molecular and biomolecular spectroscopy, 24 January 2014(36-41), 1386-1425
Publication Date: 24 January 2014
Source: PubMed

47. Silver nanoparticle enhanced chemiluminescence method for the determination of nitrazepam.
Author(s) Han S, Li X, Wei B
Citation: Analytical sciences : the international journal of the Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry, 2014, vol./is. 30/4(495-500), 0910-6340
Publication Date: 2014
Source: PubMed

48. Future applications of high-resolution MS to meet the demands for pain management drug testing.
Author(s) Crews BO
Citation: Bioanalysis, 2014, vol./is. 6/21(2839-53), 1757-6180
Publication Date: 2014
Source: PubMed

49. Supramolecular solvent-based hollow fiber liquid phase microextraction of benzodiazepines.
Author(s) Rezaei F, Yamini Y, Moradi M, Daraei B
Citation: Analytica chimica acta, 04 December 2013(135-42), 0003-2670
Publication Date: 04 December 2013
Source: PubMed

50. Toxicology screening in oral and maxillofacial trauma patients.
Author(s) McAllister P, Jenner S, Laverick S
Citation: The British journal of oral & maxillofacial surgery, December 2013, vol./is. 51/8(773-8), 0266-4356
Publication Date: December 2013
Source: PubMed

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