Doping by athletes could become tougher to hide with new detection method

Doping by athletes could become tougher to hide with new detection method. -  (American Chemical Society (2021) 5 April)



ACS Virtual PRESS SESSION 01: Monday, April. 5th at 10 a.m. EDT Welcome to ACS Spring 2021meeting! Please check out the archived video here:

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As the world awaits the upcoming Olympic games, a new method for detecting doping compounds in urine samples could level the playing field for those trying to keep athletics clean. Today, scientists report an approach using ion mobility-mass spectrometry to help regulatory agencies detect existing dopants and future “designer” compounds. 



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