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Sports Drug Testing: Chromatography & Mass Spec-Based Approaches

Doping control analysis predominantly utilises chromatography and mass spectrometry-based approaches to detect prohibited substances and methods of doping. These compounds and methods present both low and high molecular weight analytes of xenobiotic or natural / endogenous origin, which are to be de
Doping control analysis predominantly utilises chromatography and mass spectrometry-based approaches to detect prohibited substances and methods of doping. These compounds and methods present both low and high molecular weight analytes of xenobiotic or natural / endogenous origin, which are to be detected, and occasionally quantified, using state-of-the-art instruments.

The majority of the employed tools provides low resolving power. However, high resolution / high accuracy mass spectrometry has gained much attention recently due to: constantly increasing analytical requirements concerning the number of target compounds; the complexity of analytes (e.g. peptides and proteins); and the desire to accelerate analyses and obtain information (allowing for retrospective data mining).

A selection of compounds, new challenges, and methods currently employed in doping control laboratories will be presented to the audience including, for example: new anabolic agents referred to as selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs); insulins; so-called "releasing peptides" that stimulate the endogenous production of natural hormones; and ways of manipulating drug tests.
Recorded Sep 9 2010 51 mins
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Professor Mario Thevis
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