Capillary electrophoresis for forensic drug analysis: A review
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This paper reviews recent applications of capillary electrophoresis to forensic drug analysis and covers the literature since 2001. A brief overview of capillary electrophoresis is followed by a discussion of analytical applications which have been categorized into two sections: (i) drug seizures and non-biological samples, and (ii) forensic toxicology and biological samples.
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