Volume 19, Issue 4 (October 1974)
Extraction of Drugs from Biofluids and Tissues with XAD-2 Resin
Good toxicological procedure necessitates the analysis of biological fluids and tissue for a wide range of drugs. The forensic toxicologist must also consider the analytical problems associated with the isolation and quantitation of drugs present in low concentrations. The usual approach is to use a solvent extraction procedure or one of its numerous modifications.