oa South African Journal of Chemistry - Supported liquid membrane extraction of anabolic androgenic compounds in biological matrices and detection by LC-ESI-MS
|Article Title||Supported liquid membrane extraction of anabolic androgenic compounds in biological matrices and detection by LC-ESI-MS|
|© Publisher:||South African Chemical Institute (SACI)|
|Journal||South African Journal of Chemistry|
|Author||Titus A.M. Msagati and Mathew M. Nindi|
|Publication Date||Jan 2005|
|Pages||67 - 73|
|Keyword(s)||Anabolic androgenic compounds, Electrospray ionization, Liquid chromatography, Mass spectrometry and Supported liquid membrane|
A sample work-up and enrichment technique involving the use of supported liquid membrane (SLM) and detection by high performance liquid chromatography coupled to a mass spectrometer operating under positive ion electrospray mode (LC-PI-ESI-MS) has been developed for the determination of six anabolic androgenic compounds in different biomatrices; mainly urine, kidney, liver and milk. Anabolic androgenic compounds analysed included 17α-trenbolone, 17β-trenbolone, 19-nortestosterone, testosterone, 4-androstene-3, 17-dione and testosterone benzoate. Several factors affecting the extraction efficiency during SLM enrichment, such as donor pH were studied. The detection limits (DL) were 0.08 µg L-1 for 4-androstene-3, 17-dione, 0.7 ng L-1 19-testosterone, 1.1 ng L-1 for testosterone, 0.1 ng L-1 for 17β-trenbolone, 1.6 ng L-1 for 17α-trenbolene and 0.03µg L-1 for testosterone benzoate. Modification at C17 in the structures of 4-androstene-3, 17-dione and testosterone benzoate affected their recoveries with SLM and explained their observed high detection limits.
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