BenZoylEcgonine Thresholds in Horse Urine

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In 1985, the Kentucky Racing Commission directed the Equine Pharmacology program at the University of Kentucky to work on improving testing for performance-enhancing drugs. The outcome was the introduction of Enzyme-Linked-ImmunoSorbant Assay (ELISA) testing into racing. ELISA tests are exceptionally sensitive, detecting drug/drug metabolites at low parts per billion (nanograms/ml, equivalent

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