Certification of morphine-3-β-D-glucuronide in a human urine standard reference material View Full Text


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1997-02

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Susan S. -C. Tai, Richard G. Christensen, Lane C. Sander, Michael J. Welch

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The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has developed and certified a standard reference material, SRM 2382, for use in testing for bias in the determination of morphine present as a glucuronide in human urine. This SRM consists of three levels of morphine-3-β-D-glucuronide (M-3-G) in lyophilized urine. Two independent hydrolysis procedures, enzymatic and acidic, for quantitative release of morphine were investigated. The results of hydrolysis efficiency from these two procedures agreed well. These two hydrolysis procedures along with two analytical methods developed previously for measurement of free morphine [1] were used to certify M-3-G in SRM 2382. Enzymatic hydrolysis was used with the GC/MS method and acidic hydrolysis was used with LC/MS. The results from these two pairs of methods were in good agreement, and were statistically combined to yield certified values of 209 ± 20, 437 ± 21, and 853 ± 39 ng/mL for morphine, as the free base. Round-robin studies on this material among ten military laboratories demonstrated the suitability of the SRM for its intended purpose. More... »

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373-378

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