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Nine opium alkaloids and the morphine substitute, meperidine, have been subjected to paper chromatography and their Rf values determined, using various developing solvents and buffered papers.
A method employing paper chromatography is described which enables the detection of minute amounts of morphine in urine and tissues.
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© 1954 Published by Elsevier Inc.