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Computerized cyclic voltammetric detection after HPLC of the antineoplastic agents etoposide, teniposide, adriamycin and its metabolite adriamycinol in urine samples

The Journal of Automatic Chemistry
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Based on their concentrations in urine, the oxidative cyclic voltammetric mode, using a glassy carbon electrode, permits the determination of etoposide and teniposide, whereas the reductive cyclic voltammetric mode, with a static mercury drop electrode, permits the determination of adriamycin and its metabolite adriamycinol.

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