(Received 4 March 1977; accepted 12 April 1977)
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Progress in the development of analytical methods has enabled the forensic toxicologist to detect and quantitate morphine in blood from the deceased narcotic addict. Techniques such as gas chromatography [1,2], radioimmunoassay [3–5], and spectrophotofluorometry [6,7] are adequate in terms of sensitivity and specificity. A comparison of three methods has also appeared .
Toxicologist, Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office, Detroit, Mich.
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