Volume 22, Issue 4 (October 1977)
Some Observations Concerning Blood Morphine Concentrations in Narcotic Addicts
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 .